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PHS musicians recognized

May 28, 2014
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By RODNEY D. BOAM 

Citizen editor

PHS musicians had a busy spring. In mid-April selected members choral, band and orchestra joined others from around the state to perform at the music educators in-service conference in Nampa.

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The event was held at the Northern Nazarene University.

“This was a great honor for these students and weighs heavily when they go to apply for music scholarships,” said PHS teacher Paul Seare.

The students invited from PHS were: Kevin Payne, tenor I; Collin Swainston, tenor ll; Madylin Olsen, alto II; Melissa Shaffer, soprano II; Bethany Jensen, alto I; Audrey Scheonfelt, alto II; Kennedy Welker, alto II; Bryan Seare, tenor ll and French horn. Twins, Natalie and Noell Durfee played violins; Sam Seamons, double bass; and Hannah Chalfant, French horn.

Photographed from left-to-right, top row: Madylin Olsen, Melissa Shaffer, Kennedy Welker, Chelsea Martin, Bethany Jensen and Hannah Chalfant. Bottom row (l) Collin Swainston, Kevin Payne, Bryan Seare and Samuel Seamon. Not pictured are Natalie Durphee and Noelle Durphee.

Photographed from left-to-right, top row: Madylin Olsen, Melissa Shaffer, Kennedy Welker, Chelsea Martin, Bethany Jensen and Hannah Chalfant. Bottom row (l) Collin Swainston, Kevin Payne, Bryan Seare and Samuel Seamon. Not pictured are Natalie Durphee and Noelle Durphee.

 

Earlier in this month students from the band, orchestra and choir went to the state solo contest in Boise. Those going had to earn a first or second place in the district contests held in March in various places in the Gem State District.

Those who went to state were: Melissa Shaffer, mezzo-soprano; Madylin Olsen, alto; Chelsea Martin, soprano; Bryan Seare, French horn; Kevin Payne, percussion; Hannah Chelfant, French horn; Sam Seamons, double bass; and Noelle and Natalie Durfee, violin.

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