Students Audition for Honor Orchestra

Mike Seals - November 21, 2022 7:02 am

Ponca City Public School orchestra students traveled to Edmond recently to audition for the North Central Honor Orchestra. Students auditioned from across the state and only a select group made it from each grade level.

On November 18, the students traveled with their director, Cassidy Broome, to Oklahoma City University.

They attended two days of rehearsals before performing alongside the other selected students from across the state. Their concert was held on Saturday, November 19 at the Petree Recital Hall  under the direction of Robyn Hilger, State Teacher of the Year.

Four West Middle School students were accepted into the Seventh Grade Honor Orchestra. They include Liliana Alva (bass), Frankie Diaz (viola), Brendalinn Gale (violin) and Jhansi Rapeti (violin).

May be an image of 4 people, people standing, people playing musical instruments and indoor


Latest Stories

Board of Equalization Certifies Revenue

The state Board of Equalization met last week certifying revenue the Legislature will have to appropriate...

Pioneer Tech Announces February Students of the Month

Pioneer Tech proudly announces Ethan Vap and Joey Ryan as the February Students of the Month....

NOC Performing Arts Presents “Something Rotten”

The NOC Department of Performing Arts presents “SOMETHING ROTTEN”. It’s a hilarious new musical that imagines...