The Bloomfield Music Department is very excited to announce that Jayden Hochstein has been selected to participate in the All National Honor Choir held in Orlando, Florida in November.
Hochstein is an incoming sophomore at Bloomfield High School. Last fall, she auditioned for Nebraska All-State choir as a Freshman. She was accepted as a Soprano 1 to sing with 440 of Nebraska’s finest singers.
Following her participation in the All-State Choir in November of 2018, Hochstein was provided the opportunity to audition for All National Honor Choir. She was required to sing one short song a cappella and chose to sing the solo she had prepared for District Music Contest.
Mrs. Lange and Hochstein would like to extend a special thank you to Matthew and Shelly Armstrong of Wayne State College, who took time out of their busy schedule to invite Hochstein to Wayne State to work with her, accompany her and record her audition. Those two precious hours made a significant difference according to Lange.
Hochstein has now been awarded the rare opportunity to sing with 220 singers from across the country. All singers from the East Coast to the West Coast, from Freshman to Junior, were placed on the same playing field and Jayden is one of only thirty Soprano 1s to be selected.
Hochstein would like to thank Bloomfield Community Schools for their support both financially and educationally to assist her in attending this monumental event. She would also like to thank Bloomfield Music Boosters, Bee Boosters, Community Club and Ruritan for donating money to assist with registration and travel expenses. The generous support is both appreciated and humbling.
Hochstein will fly across the country this November 7 through 10 to sing with the best high school singer from across the United States.