Clinton High School’s Attaché show choir was named Grand Champion at the Daniel Hand Connecticut Classic show choir competition held March 4 in Madison, Connecticut.
Attaché won top awards for best band, best choreography, and best vocals. Junior Mattie Peirce was recognized as the best female soloist, and junior Davis Turner was recognized as the best male soloist.
The other top show choirs placing in the competition were Twinsburg High School (Ohio), Great Expectations, first runner up; Shepherd Hill Regional High School (Massachusetts), Fantasy, second runner up; Waltham High School (Massachusetts), Music Unlimited, third runner up; and Andover High School (Massachusetts), Start to Finish; fourth runner up.
Attaché will host choirs from all over the country during Show Choir Nationals March 22-25. The competition has been hosted by America’s premier show choir at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee for 16 years.
Clinton Attaché is composed of 46 singer/dancers, 15 instrumentalists, and 20 crew members. The award-winning show choir is led by directors David and Mary Fehr, pit director Robert Allen, and crew director Deborah Morgan. Choreographers include April James, Stephen Todd, Dexter Bishop, Kellis McSparrin Oldenburg, and Harley McAlexander.