Two MUHS seniors place first at Vt. music festival

MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School Music Department is honored to announce that two seniors have auditioned and placed first in the Vermont All State Music Festival Scholarship Competition.
Addy Parsons, the daughter of Tim and Nancy Parsons of Weybridge won the Scholarship Performance for Woodwinds, performing a memorized concerto for piccolo.
Oziah Wales, the son of Scott and Debra Wales of Weybridge, won the Scholarship Performance for Jazz, performing three memorized jazz pieces on alto saxophone.
Both will perform their winning performances at concerts which will be held at Essex High School in May.
Both students perform in the MUHS Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble as well as Music History/Composition. In addition Parsons is studying conducting independently and will be conducting a piece at the May concert at MUHS.
Both students have auditioned and been accepted to several music conservatories for the fall.

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