Baldwin High qualifies 11 for state music competition
Baldwin High School qualified 11 individuals or groups for the State Music Competition during regional qualifying Saturday at Baker University. There were 1,700 high school students attempting to qualify for state at the regional.
"I think both Mr. (Will) Cooper and I were pleased with the results," said Jodie Eldridge, BHS vocal music instructor. "They performed well and we're looking forward to taking them to Salina on April 29 for state."
Individuals and groups attaining I ratings to qualify for state were: Kate Lammers, violin; Girls 8; Brass S-A; Tabitha Jones, vocal; Percussion Ensemble; Sax 6; Jenny Miller, vocal; Flute Quartet; Erin Regnier, flute; Mandy Smith, vocal; and Stephanie Jarvis, vocal.
Those attaining II ratings were: Jarvis, violin; Sax 3; Evan Durnal, snare; Madrigals; Katie Martin, vocal; Erol Kincaid, vocal; Lindsay Thompson, vocal; Clarinet ensemble; Jessica Brumm, vocal; Kristen Wessel, vocal; Kristyn Rhodes, clarinet; Megan Noonan, vocal; Brass Choir; Jason Curran, vocal; Brass 5-B; and Anna Skaggs, vocal.
Ratings were given as I through IV.
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