Liberty students sing at national conference

November 6, 2015

By Staff

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NEW — 3:18 p.m. Nov. 6, 2015

Contributed Liberty High School singers (from left) Amanda Ross and Tiffany Yamasaki meet at Sea-Tac Airport to fly to Nashville and perform in a national chorus.

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Liberty High School singers (from left) Amanda Ross and Tiffany Yamasaki meet at Sea-Tac Airport to fly to Nashville and perform in a national chorus.

Liberty High School students Tiffany Yamasaki and Amanda Ross were among a select group of students chosen to perform in a national honor chorus.

The duo traveled to Nashville Oct. 25-28 to sing in the National Association for Music Education’s All-National Honor Choir. Only 300 students are selected out of the hundreds of auditions submitted each year.

They performed at the famous Gaylord Opryland Hotel. When the singers weren’t eating or sleeping, they were put on a rigorous rehearsal schedule.

With just three days of practice, the 300 participants from across the nation seamlessly performed together in a final show Oct. 28.

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