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Six Wicomico Chorus and Band Students Earn All State Honors

All State 2020

 

Congratulations to the five singers and one instrumentalist from Wicomico County Public Schools whose talents have earned them All State music honors along with other top performers from throughout Maryland.

Three of the students are scheduled to perform in February or March with an All State ensemble for the Maryland Music Educators Association, while three were selected as alternates. All six students will be recognized at the Feb. 27 Awards & Recognitions Night for Wicomico County Public Schools and the Wicomico County Board of Education.

We are proud to have these six students representing the high quality of music education in Wicomico County Public Schools. The music education opportunities in Wicomico Schools and WCPS music educators are top-notch: Wicomico County Public Schools has received the NAMM Foundation’s Best Communities for Music Education recognition 10 of the past 13 years, most recently in 2019.

Congratulations to these All State students:

Kara Lewis, 9th grade, trumpet, All State Junior Band. Kara is a student at James M. Bennett High School, Band Director Douglas Miles.

John Schmuff, bass, 9th Grade, All State Junior Chorus. John is a student at Parkside High School, Choral Director Antoinette Daniel.

Abigail Cuesta, soprano, 10th Grade, All State Senior Treble Chorus. Abigail is a student at Parkside High School, Choral Director Ms. Daniel.

Angela Vaughan, soprano alternate, 9th Grade, All State Junior Chorus. Angela attends Parkside High School, Choral Director Ms. Daniel.

Matigan Hastings, alto alternate, 10th Grade, All State Senior Chorus. Matigan attends James M. Bennett High School, Choral Director Megan Centineo.

Treyce Wilson, bass alternate, 12th grade, All State Senior Chorus. Treyce attends James M. Bennett High School, Choral Director Megan Centineo, and is a vocalist in the Wicomico County Visual and Performing Arts Program.