Boulevard students selected to perform in Fulton County’s All County Chorus

Eighteen Boulevard Elementary students were among dozens of student vocalists from throughout Fulton County selected to perform in the annual All County Music Festival at Gloversville Middle School the weekend of Feb. 2-3.

Congratulations to: Emmily Luciano, Emily Strauser, Lily Hine, Katana Gonzalez, Chloe Jepsen, Harmony Berkowitz, Zachary Morrison, Cecelia Fisher, Matthew Iorio, Noah Coulter, Kimber Eutermarks, Lillie Blinsinger-Winchell, Annelisa Mateo, Preston Gillis, Alexander Towne, Allison Ebersole,
Abrianna Hayes, Madeline Hime.

Each year, the Fulton County Music Educators Association organizes a concert featuring a variety of music groups from schools around the county.

Participating school districts send their best and brightest young talent to perform songs selected by guest conductors. Student musicians have an opportunity to learn and practice challenging musical arrangements in the weeks prior to the festival before performing together as an ensemble under the direction of highly-respected conductors.

This year’s All-County Festival concert showcased the talents of high school choral students, junior high band members and elementary chorus members from eight school districts.

To be eligible, interested students must be performing above and beyond expectations in their group. Participants also must be willing to commit to extra practice and rehearsal time.

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