Teen takes center stage for encore performance in Carnegie Hall

For the second consecutive year, 16-year-old Brenna Brean was one of a select group of students chosen to sing at Carnegie Hall in New York City.

The Ramona High School junior participated in the American High School Honors Performance Series in Carnegie Hall on Sunday, Feb. 10. Accompanying her to New York City for the performance were her parents, Melissa and Johnny Brean, sister Brooke Brean, grandmother Mitzi Sanner, and cousin Chevielle Sanner.

The American High School Honors Performance Series was established to showcase some of the most talented high school student performers. Through an individual nomination and selection process, accomplished students are brought together in New York City with peers to make up the Honors Choir.

Several days of rehearsal directed by renowned music conductors culminate in what is described as a life-changing performance in Carnegie Hall, which represents excellence in musical performance.

The series challenges the selected students to perform at their best and gives them the opportunity to perform before invited representatives from collegiate and professional music programs.

Brean, who plans to study music in college, has her sights set on Broadway.

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