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LMHS musicians take center stage during Winter Concerts
LMHS musicians take center stage during Winter Concerts

The Lower Merion High School Music Department recently presented their Winter Concert series in a pair of performances for classmates, family, friends and community members in the LMHS auditorium. Among the many groups featured throughout the two nights of performances were student-musicians in the Concert Band; Jazz Band; Orchestra; Chamber Orchestra; Choral, Percussion and Saxophone ensembles; various a capella groups; and more. To view slideshows of pictures from both Part I and II of the LMHS Winter Concert series, click on the respective images below!

Part I

Part II

Lower Merion offers a variety of musical course offerings, including both performance and non-performance classes. Students participate in a number of ensembles including Chorus, Concert Band, Concert Choir, Jazz Band, and Orchestra. In addition to the large ensembles, students also have the opportunity to perform in smaller chamber groups including Brass Ensemble, Chorale, String Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet and in a variety of capella ensembles. Lower Merion's musical ensembles regularly receive excellent and superior ratings at adjudicated festivals. Individual student musicians are regularly chosen for participation in PMEA District, Region, and All-State Festivals

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