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It’s a Big Weekend For Some Students in Quakertown

It’s a Big Weekend For Some Students in Quakertown. Strayer Middle School students are headed out to take their music road bound. Cynthia Teprovich is the Director and founder of Messa di Voce, the Acapella choir at Strayer Middle School. Teprovich says the students will perform in Hartford, Connecticut on Saturday. “This year, Messa di Voce was selected through blind c-d auditions to perform for the National Association for Music Education at their Eastern Division Conference. It’s an honor. We were the only middle school selected to perform this year.” Teprovich adds, the students have connected with excellence. Messa di Voce has 26 members, but the total amount in the choir is 250. Under Terpovich’s direction, the students have learned correct pitch, rhythm and the ability to sight read.
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