Following a competitive statewide audition process, six Westfield High School students were selected into prestigious All State musical groups. They include, left to right: Kristin Hauge, Melanie Snyder and Katherine Ko – All State Women’s Chorus, who will perform at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in February; Julian Mone and Kim Roth - All State Mixed Chorus, who are scheduled to appear at NJPAC and previously sang at the NJ Teachers Convention in Atlantic City in November; and Alex DiFabio – All State Orchestra/Percussionist, who also performed in Atlantic City.
Six Westfield High School Students Selected for All State Music Groups
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