Mount Vernon High School Music
Choir Concert - October 26th
7pm | McIntyre Hall
Mount Vernon, Washington is located 60 miles north of Seattle in the heart of the Skagit Valley. Founded to support a thriving logging industry, Mount Vernon is now best known for its annual Tulip Festival, which draws in hundreds of thousands of visitors to our little corner of the world. With the foothills of the Cascade Mountain Range to the east and the Puget Sound to the west, Mount Vernon doesn't lack for artistic inspiration. The Mount Vernon School District takes advantage of that inspiration and allows its music programs to blossom. We hope you enjoy visiting our site and that it brings you to one of our many concerts throughout the year, or that it prompts you to support us any way you can.
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Under the direction of Daisy Cardona and Jacob Scherr, the band program at MVHS contains four large ensembles: Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble and Percussion Ensemble, as well as two small ensembles: Jazz I, and Jazz II.
Under the direction of Jacob Scherr, the orchestra program at MVHS contains one large ensemble: String Ensemble as well as one student-led small ensemble: Chamber Orchestra.
Under the direction of Jesus Gomez, the choir program at MVHS contains four large ensembles: Chorale, Troubadours, Cantus, Concert Choir, as well as three student-led small ensembles: Undertones, Bel Canto, and Small Ensembles.