Regional chorus

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Regional chorus

Deyonna Wood, Student Writer

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Kateri Ostraszewski had the privilege of making her way to regional chorus for 2019. Kateri worked extremely hard and it all paid off. Kendall Grimm had also made it to Regional Chorus but sadly could not attend due to becoming ill.

Getting to the regional chorus level is not a very easy thing to do, and Kateri worked hard in order to get to this level. The date of the concert is March 22 and will be taking place at the Canton Jr. Sr High School Auditorium at 7:30 pm. Kateri has agreed to answer some questions about getting into regional chorus.

How did it feel when you found out you made it to Regional Chorus?

It felt very exciting and I was extremely happy since I felt that I had succeeded in following my dream of singing.

What were some of the feelings you had when you were auditioning for Regionals?

I had felt very nervous, but the rush of adrenaline helped me to do my best.

What are some of the things that come along with being in Regional Chorus?

The experience itself is absolutely incredible. There are around 160 students at each festival from many different schools. Being around people with the same intent as you is an overall good feeling. 

Kateri had wished to share that even if you don’t sing for chorus, or if you sing at your house for fun to at least try out for district chorus (the level before regionals) since not many people do, and she feels as though more people should try and step out of their comfort zone.