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Two RBR Choral Majors Selected for the Prestigious All Eastern Mixed Chorus Seventeen Students also Selected for All-Shore Honors Chorus

RBR students selected for honors choirs RBR Visual & Performing Arts Academy vocal majors Erin Ostrowski, Little Silver, and Jade Glab, Belmar, were selected to be part of the prestigious All Eastern Mixed Chorus.  The students were selected from the ranks of students who earned spots in the New Jersey All State Chorus held earlier in the year. They will join the 350 other students in the mixed chorus out of 1700 who tendered applications from the states of Main, Vermont, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware and the District of Columbia. The All Eastern Concert will take place in Atlantic City on April 5 through 8.  All Eastern, as the All State Chorus, are affiliated with NAfME, the National Association for Music Education.

            Additionally, RBR also announced that seventeen of its students were selected to the All Shore Chorus, which features the top high school vocal students in Monmouth and Ocean Counties.  This year, RBR will host the All Shore Chorus on February 4. Dr. Chris Thomas from Rowan University will be the guest conductor.  Students selected to the All Shore Chorus include: Gianna Pallante, Millstone; Shea Grant, Little Silver; Abby Miller, Little Silver; Alec DeMello, Oceanport; Jack Faccone- Stockwell, Red Bank; Claire Taylor, Ocean; Devin Barry, Belmar; Dannielle Wolf, Shrewsbury; Ben Hahn, Millstone; Maddie Stout, Neptune City; Jael Cross, Red Bank, Mara Campolattaro, Rumson; Erin Ostrowski, Little Silver; Lea Fanizzi, Shrewsbury, Julianna Conforti, Millstone; Sara Zerilli, Millstone; Asha Clarke, Red Bank.