Port Clinton High School Chorale earned a Superior rating at the State Music contest.
On Saturday, May 3, the Port Clinton High School Chorale traveled to the Ohio Music Education Association State Contest in Van Buren. For the first time in school history, the choir qualified for this event and the Chorale represented themselves and PCHS extremely well.
PCHS Chorale Director Eric Watts stated, “The Chorale received straight 1's from all of the judges and were given an overall rating of Superior. Receiving straight 1's is the highest rating any group can receive and the Chorale received this rating at both the District and State level, which is a tremendous accomplishment. The students in the ensemble worked hard all year long towards this goal and they were able to flourish in performance at the highest level.”
Want to hear for yourself? The Chorale, along with the PCHS Chorus and Touch of Class, will host their concert on Thursday, May 15, at 7:30 p.m. in the high school Performing Arts Center.