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Dublin High perform in Carnegie Hall

Original post made by dublinmike on Mar 15, 2012

Dublin High School will represent the Tri-Valley as one of several Bay Area high schools chosen to perform in the 2012 New York International Music Festival.

Go Dublin Gaels! Go kids! We're proud of you.

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Posted by Jon, a resident of Dublin
on Mar 21, 2012 at 10:00 pm

77 students from Dublin High School will be coming home from New York City tomorrow. They gave excellent performances at the Central Park bandshell on Monday afternoon and yesterday evening at Carnegie Hall. Along with the two "showcase" groups, the Guam Territorial Band - Official Band of Guam and the University of Wisconsin / Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, they were one of only six groups included in this invitation only New York International Music Festival. The other groups included one from Hawaii, one from Tennessee, one from Oregon and two from Southern California. Dublin High School's group was the only group from the Bay Area to be included in this prestigious music festival.


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