Fine Arts

Fine Arts



Showchoir Festival!

Don’t miss the 30th Annual Winter Show Choir Festival Saturday, January 19, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. at Brush High School in the PAC. This wonderful performance will showcase the diligent work of Brush “Soundsation”, as well as Memorial “Electric Youth”, Euclid “Varsity Chorale”, Mayfield “Limited Edition”, Strongsville “Mustang Express”, ETC “Rouge” and ETC “All Americans”. There will also be featured performances from the Brush “Soundsation” Alumni, and our elementary student participants in the Camp S.T.A.R.D.O.M. “Lil’ Stars”. In addition to the fabulous variety of musical performances, the Brush Vocal Music Boosters will have an array of concessions for purchase, raffles drawn and prizes given! You don’t want to miss this! Tickets are $8, and free for those with the brown and gold card.  The festival is sure to be a crowd pleaser! Look forward to seeing you there!   Click here to purchase your tickets today!        

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Soundsation Performs for Greenview Students

Greenview Upper Elementary School would like to graciously thank the talented performers of Brush High School’s Soundsation Show Choir for delivering an exciting and upbeat program for its students recently. Showcasing a potent blend of dance, hip-hop and skillful choreography, Soundsation performed a variety of songs and offered a glimpse into this opportunity for future performers. Exposing students from different buildings to one another also helps smooth future transitions that they will inevitably encounter as well. Soundsation falls under the direction of Ms. Sara Ballou who is to be commended for her mentorship of these individuals. Thank you, Soundsation, for once again giving a tremendous performance to Greenview Upper Elementary Students.

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Greenview Hosts Choir Concert

The holiday season is a community-favorite in the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools for the opportunity it provides everyone to observe the talent and skills of our performing arts students. Such was the case recently, when Greenview’s 4th grade choir organization performed for family and friends for their annual holiday showcase. These SEL students had the audience tapping their feet and bobbing their heads in seasonal cadence to the festive musical selection. Led by music teacher Mrs. Stormi Fletcher, students delivered a very special performance. While the SEL Schools is very dedicated to the academic accomplishments of the student body, the District also elevates the importance of the musical and performing arts knowing that this blend of capabilities ultimately prepares children to be future ready. More +

Reflections 2018

The Ohio PTA, through the National PTA, holds an annual cultural arts program, Reflections. Children in preschool through grade 12 are encouraged to create and submit original works of art in any of six areas: dance choreography, film production, literature, music composition, photography and visual arts. The theme this year was "Heroes Around Me".  Students were encouraged to create work with this theme in mind. Congratulations to our 2018 winners!

Pre-k - 2nd grade
1st place - Allie Ray - Sunview

1st place - Kale Ray - Sunview

1st place - Nathan Fovozzo - Sunview
2nd place - Zachary Ockenden - Sunview
3rd place - Diana Hardy - Adrian

3rd grade - 5th grade
1st place - Gunner StClair - Greenview
2nd place - Raia Adams - Rowland
3rd place - Teshanna Clarke - Adrian

1st place - Maya Stanton - Greenview
2nd place - McKenzie StClair - Sunview
3rd place - Jason Rossi - Greenview

1st place - Joseph Torres - Greenview
2nd place - Curtis Bickham Jr. - Greenview
3rd place - Massimo Tripi - Greenview

6th grade - 8th grade
1st place - Chloe Alexander - Memorial

1st place - Karmyn Dancy - Memorial
2nd place - Raia Freeman - Greenview
3rd place - Anaiyah Mays - Greenview

9th grade - 12th grade
1st place - Marc Saxe - Brush
2nd place - Julia Kiefer - Brush
3rd place - Amber Jones - Brush

1st place - Casidy Thomas - Brush
2nd place - Princess Egbo - Brush

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Jazz Effect Entertains Community Senior Citizens

Nearly a dozen members of the Charles F. Brush High School’s jazz band, Jazz Effect, entertained more 40 senior citizens at Lyndhurst Community Center earlier this week. Under the direction of advisor John Shamp, Jazz Effect performed a variety of holiday music along with classic and contemporary jazz numbers. Senior citizens were clapping their hands and tapping their feet to the soulful vibe evoked from the music. Even the approving shouts of “Bravo,” and “Encore,” could be heard from those who gathered to watch and listen to the 30-minute performance by the students. Superintendent Linda N. Reid joined the jazz group’s students as they mingled with senior citizens at the Community Partnership on Aging, who helped to coordinate the event. Most impressive were the musicians on the flute, trombones, trumpets, drums and saxophones who demonstrated their improvisation skills during their respective solos in the songs. A wonderful performance was delivered as Jazz Effect helped community senior citizens usher in the holiday season.

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