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¡¡Enhorabuena a nuestro alumno Javier Jarauta por sus éxitos en Washington!!

19/12/2013 | By |

¡¡Enhorabuena a nuestro alumno Javier Jarauta que está teniendo mucho éxito con el violín en su año de estudios en Washington!! Da gusto ver lo bien preparados que salen del conservatorio. Nos ha llegado esta noticia desde allí:

Freshman Selected for District Orchestra
Congratulations to Bishop O’Connell freshman Javier Jarauta, who was selected to participate in the District 12 Honors Orchestra. On Nov. 19, 240 strings students auditioned for a seat in the orchestra. District 12 represents high schools in Arlington and Fairfax counties, including private schools within those boundaries.
Students had to prepare and perform five excerpts from standard orchestral repertoire as well as perform major and minor scales selected by the judge.
Jarauta ranked 24th out of 133 violinists auditioning to obtain a seat in the first

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violin section of the orchestra.

The District 12 Honors Orchestra will rehearse Jan. 9-10, 2014, ending with a concert at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 10 at George Marshall High School.