Seven Randolph Public Schools music students were accepted to the South Eastern Massachusetts Bandmasters Association Music Festival.
On Saturday, February 4th, eleven music students auditioned for the 2023 SEMSBA Music Festival from the Randolph Community Middle School chorus and the Randolph High School band and chorus. Students performed scales, solo literature and sight-reading passages for adjudicators. The RPS music department is proud to announce that seven students were selected to participate in the 2023 Festival from both the Randolph Community Middle School and the Randolph High School. Students have not been selected to perform in the Junior SEMSBA Festival from RCMS since 2018! All accepted students will work with talented conductors and perform with musicians from across southeastern Massachusetts at the upcoming SEMSBA festivals on March 17th and 18th for Senior SEMSBA and May 5th and 6th for Junior SEMSBA.
Accepted to the 2023 Sr. SEMSBA Band Lillianna Doan, grade 11 flute Wanjiru Mwangi, grade 12 tenor saxophone Khanh Nguyen, grade 12 bass clarinet Amani Rupia, grade 12 baritone horn Accepted to the 2023 Sr. SEMSBA Chorus Saschillov Garcon, grade 11 tenor
Accepted to the 2023 Jr. SEMSBA Mixed Chorus Thomas Nguyen, grade 8 baritone Andrew Vo, grade 8 baritone
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