More than 20 performing arts students recently traveled to Lyndhurst Community Center to entertain senior citizens as they dined for lunch as part of the ongoing partnership the SEL Schools maintains with the cities in our District. The talents of two student groups were on display, including the Brush High Jazz Effect and the Chamber Orchestra, demonstrating their performance skills to a captive audience of approximately 45 senior citizens.
Brush student Victoria Semler was recently awarded a National Silver Medal in the 2019 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for her silver gelatin photograph entitled “Two Faced.” As a National Medal recipient, Victoria placed within the top 1% of all submissions! All winning artwork was selected by industry leaders in the area of visual and literary arts for demonstrating a high level of originality and technical skill, and for expressing a personal voice or vision.
Twelve orchestra students from Charles F. Brush High School participated in the Ohio Music Education Association District 7 Competition this past weekend and positively represented our District. An “Arc Pride” special shout-out goes out to these students who spend countless hours before and after school preparing and practicing their music to perform for certified adjudicators, who serve as judges and essentially critique the students' performance and supply them with constructive comments to help improve their playing. The community should be very proud of their hard work and dedication to music.
Please join the Brush Vocal Music Department for their Spring Cabaret on Saturday, April 13th at 7 PM in the cafeteria commons at Brush High School. This special evening will feature the talents of the Brush Vocal Music Department as well as special performances by the Camp Stardom and Brush High School Choirs. See attached flyer for more information. Order tickets on line by clicking here. Presale tickets should be ordered by Wednesday, April 10.