Gibraltar student chosen for honors project

A Gibraltar High School student is one of the 438 students selected from a pool of over 1400 applicants to participate in the Wisconsin School Music Association state honors project. Angel Jauregui, a clarinetist, had to go through a rigorous audition process to be considered. Now that he has been selected, Jauregui will attend a summer camp to get acquainted with conductors and practice. The entire process will come to fruition when conductors and students get together in Madison in October to perform at the WMEA State Music Educators Convention. 


Jauregui, a Junior at Gibraltar, chose to play Clarinet Concerto number three by Carl Stamitz for his audition piece. He said he found the two different, contrasting movements in the song to be an interesting aspect of the song.


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