Musical performances receive top rating

  Ten of Terry High School’s musical entries, under the tutelage of music instructor JoDee Hess, achieved a superior mark for their performances at the District Festival. Superior is the highest ranking possible and is one that qualifies those entries to move into the state competition. 

Entries receiving a superior ranking included: Ashley Morast, trumpet solo performing The Young Prince; Women's Ensemble performing Dance, Love, Sing, Live!; Lorna Wollman, solo performing A Legend; Jordon Freiboth and Amanda Haidle, duet performing Take These Wings; Elizabeth Lacquement, solo performing Silent Noon; Jordon Freiboth, solo performing Go Way from my Window; Dani Dukart, flute solo performing Menuett; Courtney Ban, solo performing  The Lass from the Low Countree; Amanda Haidle solo performing Heard Ye His Voice; Cortney Ban and Amanda Haidle, duet performing For the Beauty of the Earth. 
The State Music Festival will be held May 1 and 2 at Skyview High School in Billings.  
Other entries from the District Music Festival receiving II ratings included: the THS band, performing two pieces; Terry male choir ensemble performing Drunken Sailor; Terry Choir, performing two pieces; Katie Higgins Lizbeth Lacquement, duet performing Inscription of Hope; Samantha Springer. alto sax solo performing Allegro Scherzoso; Lacquement and Franque Robertson, duet performing We Must Say Goodbye; Ban and Freiboth, duet performing Song for a Russian Child; Ban and Lindsay Stickel, duet performing If There's a Song; Franque Robertson, snare performing Aquamarine; Samantha Springer, solo performing Cloud Shadows; Higgins and Springer, duet performing Irish Friendship Wish.
Published April 15, 2009
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