Cass Tech student featured at 52nd Annual Michigan Youth Arts Festival

Cass Technical High School senior Richard McCall, a student of the chamber orchestra, has been named a “Michigan Youth Arts Distinguished Scholar.” McCall was invited to participate in the 52nd Annual Michigan Youth Arts Festival, May 8-10 in Kalamazoo.

According to MYAF, more than 250,000 students statewide participate in the selection process, resulting in nearly 1,000 Michigan high school student artists being invited to take part in the annual three-day event. The students are selected through a technical adjudication (judging) process.

The invited scholars represent multiple artistic disciplines, including instrumental and vocal music, music composition, theater, dance, visual art, creative writing and media arts. The three day event features workshops and master classes for the students, as well as student performances and exhibitions that are open to the public.

About Michigan Youth Arts

According to the Michigan Youth Arts website, MYA is an alliance of 16 statewide education associations that work together collaboratively to develop high quality arts education programming, recognize the contributions of valuable teachers, and provide advocacy resources for parents, educators and policymakers. The Michigan Youth Arts Festival is an annual showcase that recognizes, supports and celebrates the artistic excellence of young artists in Michigan

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