Eleven Riverhead High School students were selected to perform in the NYSCAME All-County Music Festival. Top row from left: Quinn Bailey, William Green, Ethan Lucas, Lily Kutner, Laura Allen, Lydia Bilski and Nate Bolkermann. Bottom row from left: Gabriela Vogel, Sarah Jordan and Madison Payne. Not pictured is Lauren Enos.

Thirteen musicians from Riverhead High School have been selected to perform in prestigious music festivals at the state and county levels. These talented students were chosen based on their performances at the New York State School Music Association Solo Evaluation Festival last spring.

From left, Riverhead High School students Nate Bolkermann, Paris Garcia-Kayel and Emily Flores were selected to perform in the Long Island String Festival Association Secondary Concert.

Nine of these students were selected for both the NYSSMA All-State Music Festival and the New York State Council of Administrators of Music Education’s All-County Music Festival. They include Laura Allen, Lydia Bilski, Nate Bolkermann, Lauren Enos, William Green, Sarah Jordan, Lily Kutner, Ethan Lucas and Madison Payne. Quinn Bailey and Gabriela Vogel were chosen for All-County, as well. Bolkermann, Emily Flores and Paris Garcia-Kayel were selected to perform in the Long Island String Festival Association Secondary Concert.

Nine Riverhead High School students will perform in the NYSSMA All-State Music Festival in December. Top row from left: William Green, Ethan Lucas, Lily Kutner, Laura Allen, Lydia Bilski and Nate Bolkermann. Bottom row from left: Sarah Jordan and Madison Payne. Not pictured is Lauren Enos.

The Riverhead Central School District congratulates each of these students on their musical accomplishments.

Source: Riverhead Central School District press release dated Nov. 8, 2019.

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