Brenna Brean sings in Carnegie Hall

Ramona High School sophomore Brenna Brean was one of a select group of students chosen to sing on the Carnegie Hall stage. Courtesy photo
Ramona High School sophomore Brenna Brean was one of a select group of students chosen to sing on the Carnegie Hall stage. Courtesy photo

Ramona High School sophomore Brenna Brean experienced what few teenagers do. She sang in Carnegie Hall in New York City.

Brenna, daughter of Melissa and Johnny Brean, was selected to sing as part of the American High School Honors Choir on the stage of Carnegie Hall on Sunday, Feb. 12.

The American High School Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall was established to showcase some of the most talented student performers in high schools across the country. Through an individual nomination and selection process, accomplished students are brought together in New York City to comprise the Honors Choir and Honors Instrumental ensembles.

The program challenges the students to perform at their best. They rehearsed and performed under master conductor Dr. Jeffrey Ames. Invited representatives from collegiate and professional music programs attended as well.

Brenna, who is a member of the Ramona High School Choir, performed as a Soprano 2 with the Honors Choir, which included students from 49 states and Canada.

She plans to study music in college and has her sights set on Broadway.

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Brenna Brean, third from left, walks to the Carnegie Hall stage to participate in the American High School Honors Choir on Feb. 12. Courtesy photos
   
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