The Wizard of Oz - See this post for all the exciting news: http://www.mohawkmusicassociation.org/2014/01/wizard-of-oz-update.html
Music at Mohawk
January 10 Concert was a Rocking Success
|Mohawk Rock Band Students|
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Vocal ensemble performances
Mohawk’s Select Chorus performed at Memorial Hall in Shelburne Falls on Friday, January 17. They were the opening act for the Pothole Pictures screening of the film "McCABE & MRS. MILLER."
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Mohawk High School Choirs will also be singing in a special high school assembly on January 31, dedicated to the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela. The presentation will include what are called "songs of the struggle," which are the protest songs sung by South Africa's people as they struggled to free themselves from apartheid.
Mohawk student Zach Arfa competes at District Music Festival
Mohawk sophomore Zach Arfa performed at the Western District Senior Festival Concert at the Umass Fine Arts Center last Saturday. Having won a place in the 2014 Senior Festival Chorus by successfully auditioning in November, Zach took the FAC stage on Saturday with 202 other talented young singers from Western Massachusetts. They performed a brilliant program of choral music to an audience of thousands. Zach plans to audition for the All State Music Festival later in January. Good luck Zach!
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Visual Arts on Display
Mohawk students will again be participating in the Annual Teen Art Exhibit at Artspace Gallery in Greenfield. The exhibit showcases students from all over Franklin County. It runs from January 13,2014 through February 14, 2014. The gallery hours are Monday - Friday, 1-6 and Saturday, February 8 from 11-3. There is an opening reception on Friday, January 24 from 5:30-7:30. The following Mohawk students have art on display: Brianna Gray, Sara Paige, Josh Hutchins, Asia Whitaker, Heidi Phelps, Sequoia LeBeau, Cailin Duncan, and Samantha Cairns. Art teacher Mary Jane Johnson coordinates Mohawk’s participation in this local art exhibit each year.