Top Bar

Lower Merion School District

Off-Canvas

Arts Education takes center stage at Harriton's Arts & Music Festival
Arts Education takes center stage at Harriton's Arts & Music Festival

Harriton High School recently celebrated their world-class arts education programming during the annual Arts & Music Festival featuring an exhibition of student-created artwork and part two of the Spring Concert Series as hundreds of classmates, parents and community members came out to support the event.

Twelfth grade art students exhibited their "Senior Panels," which featured a collection of their work during their four years at Harriton, while underclassmen presented some of their favorite pieces created throughout the current school year. The artistic acumen and creativity of the Rams was on full display throughout the collections of drawings, paintings, metal works, jewelry, pottery and photography created by students of all grades and levels under the guidance and support of the dedicated teachers from the Harriton Art Department. Students were celebrated and recognized in a number of ways, including words of praise from Principal Scott Weinstein, and kudos from the all those in attendance.

The evening also featured the second night of the Harriton Music Department's Spring Concert Series as student musicians in the Band, Brass Ensemble, and Chamber, String and Symphony Orchestras took center stage throughout an outstanding evening of music under the direction of James Jospeh and Joshua Cooperstein.

Part one of the Concert Series took place a few days earlier as members of the Concert Choir, Jazz Ensemble, Pitch Please and The Chorale demonstrated their vocal and instrumental prowess under the direction of Jason Bizich and Josh Cooperstein, respectively. To view a slideshow of pictures from Harriton's Arts & Music Festival, click on the image below!


More News