The Hawk Eye

Hebron choir members go to San Antonio for concert

Choir+members+Michkael+Rumpuff%2C+Patrick+Warren%2C+Kathryn+Brode%2C+Gillian+White+and+Kaylee+Hairel+pose+outside+of+the+school.+All+five+members+will+be+performing+at+a+concert+in+San+Antonio+for+making+the+All-State+choir.
Choir members Michkael Rumpuff, Patrick Warren, Kathryn Brode, Gillian White and Kaylee Hairel pose outside of the school. All five members will be performing at a concert in San Antonio for making the All-State choir.

Choir members Michkael Rumpuff, Patrick Warren, Kathryn Brode, Gillian White and Kaylee Hairel pose outside of the school. All five members will be performing at a concert in San Antonio for making the All-State choir.

provided by LISD

provided by LISD

Choir members Michkael Rumpuff, Patrick Warren, Kathryn Brode, Gillian White and Kaylee Hairel pose outside of the school. All five members will be performing at a concert in San Antonio for making the All-State choir.

Olivia Bragg, Staff Writer

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]

Provided by LISD

[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Five choir members will perform in the All-State concert at the Henry B. Gonzalaz Convention Center in San Antonio on Feb. 12-15. All choir members who went to the area competition on Jan. 11 in Abilene were selected.

“I’m very proud of not only the accomplishment, but the work and dedication put into working on the music to achieve this honor,” choir director Rachel Forester said. “It’s also the first time in history that all who auditioned at area made it into the All-State choir.”

The All-Staters include seniors Patrick Warren, Michkael Rumpuff,  Kathryn Brode, Gillian White and sophomore Kaylee Hairel.

“I feel really grateful to have been able to make it this far, especially as a sophomore,” Hairel said. “The process takes a lot of hard work and dedication and willingness, and to be able to strengthen myself in those aspects was definitely a good thing. Even though sometimes the process seemed difficult, I can look back now and see just how much fun this whole [experience] was.”

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Right
Navigate Left
  • Hebron choir members go to San Antonio for concert

    School News

    JSA to continue voter registration drive tomorrow

  • Hebron choir members go to San Antonio for concert

    School News

    School adopts additional safety measures for school year

  • Hebron choir members go to San Antonio for concert

    School News

    Band earns multiple awards at State UIL

  • Hebron choir members go to San Antonio for concert

    School News

    School safety committee to hold block lunch event

  • Hebron choir members go to San Antonio for concert

    School News

    Photo Gallery: Feeder Art Show

  • Hebron choir members go to San Antonio for concert

    School News

    Orchestra to hold spring rock concert Thursday

  • Hebron choir members go to San Antonio for concert

    School News

    School to host first ever feeder pattern art show

  • Hebron choir members go to San Antonio for concert

    School News

    Mr. Hebron Pageant to be held May 10

  • Hebron choir members go to San Antonio for concert

    School News

    Choir to present annual spring concert with “Surf’s Up”

  • Hebron choir members go to San Antonio for concert

    School News

    Debate to compete in Tournament for Champions