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Seven Cherokee Wind Ensemble Musicians to Perform as Members of Rowan University’s “WindFest” Honors Wind Ensemble

The honors band event is an intensive event for high school musicians selected from throughout NJ, PA, DE & NY.

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On Tuesday, November 23 at 7:30 PM, seven student-musicians from the Cherokee High School Wind Ensemble will perform challenging repertoire as members of The Rowan University “WindFest” Honors Wind Ensemble.

The honors band event is an intensive event for high school musicians selected from throughout NJ, PA, DE & NY.

Participants will enjoy a music-filled day, working alongside Rowan’s world-class faculty and exceptional university students in rehearsal and masterclass settings.

The day concludes with a concert in beautiful Pfleeger Concert Hall featuring both the WindFest Honor Band and the Rowan University Wind Ensemble.

Student Musicians

The student musicians from Cherokee High School were nominated by their Wind Ensemble Conductor, D. Michael Lynch.

Student musicians to perform are:

  • April Warchol – Trumpet
  • Hardik Agrawal – Trumpet
  • Megan Riordan – Tenor Saxophone
  • Leah Kaup – Flute
  • Breana Beharry – Bb & Eb Clarinet
  • Celeste Yeany – Trombone
  • Alexander Brown – Mallet Percussion

About LRHSD

The Lenape Regional High School District’s four high schools – Lenape, Shawnee, Cherokee, and Seneca – as well as the Sequoia Alternative Program, educate approximately 6,850 students from eight communities in Burlington County.

The communities served include Evesham, Medford, Medford Lakes, Mount Laurel, Shamong, Southampton, Tabernacle, and Woodland.

The Lenape Regional District is among the highest-achieving districts in the state, with an average graduation rate of 97.4% and an average combined SAT score of 1139.

A leader in progressive education, the LRHSD’s mission is to develop physically and emotionally healthy students who excel in an ever-changing world.

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