Students from Franklin and Ravenwood high school choirs, orchestras and ensembles will join musicians from around the country at the 2019 Music for All National Festival.
The festival will host 71 concert bands, orchestras, choirs, percussion ensembles and chamber ensembles from 22 different states and Puerto Rico. The Music for All National Festival is composed of several, more specialized events.
The Ravenwood High Chamber Choir, under the direction of Lauren Ramey, will perform at the National Choir Festival. The Ravenwood High Honors Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Cassandra Brosvik, will perform at the Orchestra America National Festival. The Franklin High flute and trombone ensembles, under the direction of Jacob Campos, will perform at the Chamber Music National Festival.
The Music for All Festival will take place in Indianapolis March 14-16.
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