Published 2:37 pm Thursday, May 18, 2017
Lincoln County High School senior Sarah Clem and sophomore Samuel Bullock made the cut to participate in the Kentucky All-State Chorus at the Kentucky Music Educators Association Conference in Louisville.
Clem is an alto and Bullock is a tenor.
Students across the Commonwealth auditioned for the KMEA’s 2017 All-State High School Chorus. Vocalists in grades 10-12 tried out in quartets – all performing the same piece, sung a cappella; they also had to sight-sing. The KMEA then chose the top students and assigned them to one of three ensembles: a women’s chorus, a men’s group, and a mixed choir of soprano, alto, tenor, and bass.
Clem and Bullock were accompanied to the KMEA Conference by choral director Johnna Ward and her husband, Jim Ward.