Vernon High School senior selected for honors chorus

| 22 Feb 2012 | 07:52

Vernon — Vernon Township High School senior David Rolando has been selected to perform with the All-Eastern Honors Chorus. He will be among more than 650 of the most musically talented high school students in the eastern region of the United States who have been selected to perform in the 2009 Music Educators’ National Conference All-Eastern Honors Ensemble. With assistance from his music teacher, VTHS Choral Director and Conductor Katie Cimorelli, David will prepare challenging music that he will perform under the leadership of conductor Paul Rardin in Providence, R.I. on March 15. David’s audition placed seventh in the state of New Jersey for Bass I, which enabled his nomination and acceptance into this ensemble. He is an active member of the music and theatre program, currently serving as the president of the VTHS Choir Council and the International Thespian Society Troupe 3981. He is also vice president of the TRI-M Music Honor Society, VTHS Student Council, and Senior Class Historian for the Class of 2009. He participates in the mixed chorus, Meistersingers, and chamber choirs. For program and ticket information about the March 15 concert, visit