Granville students attend all-county music festival

all-county chorusA number of Granville students recently attended the All County Music Festival in Greenwich and performed a concert Nov. 2. Songs included “Hallelujah,” “Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho” and “Beautiful Day.” Most of the members, who performed under the direction of Tim Patrick, are pictured above. The senior high chorus includes Valerie Rohrman, Brittney Dorman, Natalie Haines, Samantha Liebig, Suzannah VanGelder, David Setchell and Israel Rees. Junior high members include Brianna Thomas, Kyra Gee, Carly LaFlamme, Parker Jordan, Jon Hermance, Sierra Muise, Payton Gebo, Chloe Perkins and Riley Koehler.

These musicians are part of junior and senior high school choruses, which will also perform for the winter concerts at Granville High School on Wednesday, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m.

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