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Flutist named to All-National Honor Band


MANCHESTER — A senior flutist at Central High School has been named a member of the All-National Honor Band, meaning she will play with top-rated student musicians across the country next weekend in Nashville.

 

 

Anna Ambrogi will perform and participate in activities at the 2013 National Association for Music Educators Honors Ensemble at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel.

 

 

Ambrogi will prepare challenging music with help from Central High School band directors Edward Doyle and Edward Sterling, as well as her private flute instructor Jennifer Yeaton-Parris.

More than 670 of the most musically talented and skilled high school students in the United States will participate in the ensemble, which consists of concert band, symphony orchestra, mixed chorus and jazz ensemble.

Ambrogi has been selected for the New Hampshire All-State Music Festival for three straight years.

        

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