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Choir students provide backup vocals for Lou Gramm at a corporate event

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  • Craig Pletenik/ Phoenix Union High School District

Members Of The Trevor G. Browne High School's Choir Provided Backup Vocals For Lou Gramm’s Performance At A Corporate Event For A National Accounting Firm At Corona Ranch, November 15. Photo Courtesy Of Phoenix Union High School District

Members of the Trevor G. Browne High School‘s Choir program provided backup vocals for Lou Gramm’s performance of “I Want to Know What Love Is”  at a corporate event for 900 department project managers for a national accounting firm, at Corona Ranch, November 15.

Gramm was the lead singer from the internationally known band, Foreigner. The TGB Choir was also joined onstage by Nancy Wilson from the band Heart during their performance.

The choir is under the direction of  Nick Halonen and Troy Meeker, both of whom are active throughout the state as clinicians and presenters.  Recently, each director represented PUHSD as guest clinicians for auditioned honor choirs.

Meeker was the guest clinician and conductor for the Deer Valley District’s Middle School Honor Choir.

Halonen was the guest clinician and conductor for the Arizona 7th-9th Grade Men’s Honor Choir at the 2017 Cantaremus Choir Festival.

The next performance for the TGB Choir will be their annual Holiday Concert on Friday, December 15 at 6:30 p.m.

All PUHSD employees are welcome to attend for free.