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LIMHoF Announces High School Recognition Program Winners Concert and Award Ceremony to Be Held on April 3rd

The Long Island Music Hall of Fame has announced the recipients of their first High School Recognition Program honors.

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Among the school music departments to be recognized include the Herricks High School Chamber Orchestra.

Photo by: LIMHoF.

Northport, NY - March 15, 2017 - The Long Island Music Hall of Fame has announced the recipients of their first High School Recognition Program honors.  Seven Long Island high school music programs will be honored at a ceremony at 7:30PM on Monday, April 3, 2017 at Northport High School, 154 Laurel Hill Road, Northport, NY.

School music departments to be recognized are from Freeport High School, Great Neck North High School, Herricks High School, Huntington High School, Long Island High School of the Arts, Northport High School and Uniondale High School.  Each school will present a performing ensemble prior to the acceptance of their award. 
The event will be hosted by Denis McNamara, legendary Program Director of WLIR radio and Long Island Music Hall of Fame Inductee.  More about him here.
The April 3 event is free and open to the public. For photos or more information, contact Jill Nees-Russell at 631-418-6699 or email, or Jeffrey James at 516-586-3433 or email.
The LIMHoF School Recognition Program is designed to identify Long Island High School music programs that are creating notable music experiences for their students and that are incorporating the National and NY State Standards for The Arts in creative and meaningful ways.  Based on an extensive application submitted by the schools, seven high schools will be recognized by the Hall of Fame. Application categories included program details, inclusion of national and state standards for music in curriculum, facility, staffing, and community and board support.  Applications were reviewed by a panel of music educators, some of whom have been recognized as LIMHoF "Educators of Note."
What: Long Island Music Hall of Fame High School Recognition Program Concert and Award Ceremony
When: Monday, April 3 at 7:30 PM
Where: Northport High School, 154 Laurel Hill Road, Northport, NY
More Info: here

The Long Island Music Hall of Fame is a is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to recognizing the significant achievements of musicians who were either born or spent a significant part of their career on Long Island, Including Nassau, Suffolk, Queens and Brooklyn. Beyond the recognition of famed composers, musicians and artists, LIMHoF has made significant inroads in support of music education on Long Island, including Educator of Note recognitions, scholarships for music students, and a new mobile music museum designed for school visits. For more information on the LI Music Hall of Fame, visit their website.