Shoreline music students qualify for state competition

Thursday, May 29, 2014

Top music students from Shorecrest and Shorewood High Schools competed in the WMEA State Solo and Ensemble Contest, presented in Ellensburg.

To compete at the state level, these high school students first had to win the highest rating in the competitive Sno-King District.

There are 29 solo categories, including seven woodwind categories, five brass, four percussion, four strings, six vocal, piano, guitar and harp.

The ensemble contest includes "small" and "large" ensembles in seven categories: woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, women's vocal, men's vocal and mixed vocal.

A large number of Shoreline music students qualified to compete at the state level.

In the solo category, all from Shorecrest High School:
  • Eleanor Legault, violin
  • Adam Weiss, viola
  • Noah Ziegenhagel, cello
  • Christopher Son Richardson, piano
  • Julia Houser, trombone
  • Molly Kercheval (euphonium/baritone horn)
In the ensemble category:

From Shorecrest High School:
  • "The Aestheticians" String Quartet--small ensemble, string category 
    • Eleanor Legault, violin
    • Maeve McIver-Sheridan, violin
    • Adam Weiss, viola
    • Noah Ziegenhagel, cello
From Shorewood High School:
  • Chamber Ensemble--large ensemble, string category


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