Loveland Show Choirs take home national awards at Grand Ole Opry
Posted Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Loveland High School (LHS) salutes the Loveland Show Choirs for their outstanding performance at the national competition March 23-25 at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry. Revolution had an amazing exhibition performance in front of a crowd 3000+ strong, on the Grand Ole Opry stage. In addition to the awards earned by students, LHS Teacher and Show Choirs Director Shawn Miller was awarded Outstanding Director. Mr. Miller’s award was based on letters sent by Loveland students and the vibrant, award-winning program he established at the Loveland City School District.
“We are so proud of all of our student-performers and want to especially thank Mr. Miller who has led this program to the nationally renowned status it has achieved,” said LHS Principal Peggy Johnson. “The Outstanding Director award was much deserved – we know we have the best in the nation.”
Student awards included:
Allure, 2nd Runner Up
(Male & Female Competition)
By Request, 3rd Runner Up
Best Band (preliminaries and finals)
Best Crew (preliminaries)
Outstanding Female Performer – Daniela Moncada (preliminaries)
Outstanding Female Soloist – Margaret Eilert (finals)
Photo caption: Loveland Show Choirs outside of the Grand Ole Opry at the National Show Choirs Competition in Nashville, Tenn., March 2017.
Photo caption: Loveland Show Choirs Director and LHS Teacher Shawn Miller receiving the National Outstanding Director Award at the National Show Choirs Competition in Nashville, Tenn., March 2017.