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Five MHS musicians snag All-State recommendations

Marlborough student musicians participated in the recent Central District Senior Festival. They are (back row) Jordan Brown, Connor Bailey, Alana Paul, Zachery Noel, Lauren Fay, Brian Stangle, David Coughlin, Gregory Konar, (front row) Mark Chisholm, Michael Rambridge, Taylor Terrasi, and Sarah Hanahan. (Photo/submitted)

Marlborough student musicians participated in the recent Central District Senior Festival. They are (back row) Jordan Brown, Connor Bailey, Alana Paul, Zachery Noel, Lauren Fay, Brian Stangle, David Coughlin, Gregory Konar, (front row) Mark Chisholm, Michael Rambridge, Taylor Terrasi, and Sarah Hanahan. (Photo/submitted)

Marlborough – Twelve Marlborough High School student-musicians recently participated in the Central District Senior Festival, and five of them received All-State recommendations to move on to the state level.

According to Marlborough Public Schools Music Coordinator Jonathan Rosenthal, the 12 juniors and seniors represent the school's “very best” student-musicians. They performed Jan. 18 at Worcester's Mechanics Hall where Lauren Fay, Brian Stangle, Taylor Terrasi, David Coughlin, and Connor Bailey received All-State recommendations. The five competed at the Jan. 25 All-State auditions.

The following musicians participated: chorus: soprano Alana Paul, alto Lauren Fay, tenor Zachary Noel, and bass Brian Stangle; band: Taylor Terrasi (alto saxophone), Michael Rambridge (clarinet), Jordan Brown (trumpet), Sarah Hanahan (alto saxophone), and Mark Chisholm (euphonium); orchestra: David Coughlin (trombone) and Gregory Konar (string bass); and Jazz Ensemble: Connor Bailey (trumpet).

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