Competition recording leads orchestra to Allen Performing Arts Center

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Competition recording leads orchestra to Allen Performing Arts Center

Heading to the Allen Performing Arts Center, 36 members of the orchestra are recording a submission for entry into the TMEA Honor String Orchestra Competition.

Heading to the Allen Performing Arts Center, 36 members of the orchestra are recording a submission for entry into the TMEA Honor String Orchestra Competition.

Prachurjya Shreya

Heading to the Allen Performing Arts Center, 36 members of the orchestra are recording a submission for entry into the TMEA Honor String Orchestra Competition.

Prachurjya Shreya

Prachurjya Shreya

Heading to the Allen Performing Arts Center, 36 members of the orchestra are recording a submission for entry into the TMEA Honor String Orchestra Competition.

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36 orchestra students will be heading to the Allen Performing Arts Center Friday morning to record their submission to the TMEA Honor String Orchestra Competition.

“I’m looking forward to showing off our hard work that we’ve been putting in so much time and effort into the music,” junior Caroline Attmore said. “We are finally able to show and our talents are going to be judged so we can rank in state.”

The orchestra is performing at the Allen Performing Arts Center in the effort to get the best possible recording.

“We’re just hoping to get a good recording there because they have a world class facility,”  orchestra director Julie Blackstock said.