MLHS students advance to state, regional performances

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Courtesy photo Moses Lake High School music students advancing to All-State and All-Northwest band and choir include (back row, left to right) Nekoda White, Mark Fedorchuk, Blake Turner, Daniel Sanchez, William Gelinas, Martin Skaug, (front row, left to right) Rachel Law, Grace Selmann, Esther Rosber and Naomi Rains.

MOSES LAKE — Six Moses Lake High School students qualified for all-state band and choir, and four MLHS students qualified for all-Northwest choir, and will perform in concert next week.

Mark Fedorchuk and Blake Turner qualified for all-Northwest jazz choir. William GeLinas qualified for the all-Northwest mixed choir, and Esther Roeber will perform with the all-Northwest treble choir. Daniel Sanchez, Rachel Law, Grace Selman, Martin Skaug and Naomi Rains will compete in the all-state symphonic choir. Nekoda White qualified for state band.

The all-Northwest and all-state bands and choirs will perform in concert during the Northwest music education conference Feb. 14 through 17. The Washington music education conference will be at the same time, Feb. 15 through 17.

— Staff report

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