MSMS Select Choir Performs for John Lennon Educational Tour Bus

29 09 2014

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On Friday, the Marshall Simonds Middle School Select Choir collaborated with last year’s House Band and performed at the John Lennon Education Tour Bus event at the High School. Burlington Public Schools’ Music Department has been recognized by the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) and has been designated as one of “The Best Communities for Music Education.” BPS was also recently recognized by Governor Deval Patrick, who gave Burlington Public Schools an official citation in recognition of this honor.

The MSMS select choir pose for a photo alongside the John Lennon Education Tour Bus.

The MSMS select choir pose for a photo alongside the John Lennon Education Tour Bus.

MSMS Select Choir students attend a webcast forum on the topic of supporting Music.

MSMS Select Choir students attend a webcast forum on the topic of supporting Music.

Thanks to Pranav Menon, from the class of 2014, Burlington Public Schools won a special two day residency with the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus (A mobile, state of the art recording audio and video studio), allowing music students from all of Burlington’s schools to partake and perform. Music Teacher Andrew Mullen, as well as the MSMS Select Choir also attended a series of panels on the topic of Music Education and Support. To learn more about the event, visit the MSMS Music Blog.

The MSMS Select Choir's triumphant return from the Lennon Bus.

Mr. Mullen and the MSMS Select Choir’s triumphant return from the Lennon Bus.

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