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Brooklyn Freeman qualifies for the Texas All-State Choir

Brooklyn Freeman, a member of the Northland Christian School Choir, will perform with the Texas All-State Choir in San Antonio, Saturday, February 15, 2020 at the Henry B. González Convention Center as part of the 2020 Texas Music Educators Association Clinic/Convention.

Brooklyn, a freshman, was chosen for this prestigious honor through a competitive process held this year across the state at District, Region, and Area levels, earning second chair at the Area level. Brooklyn is a student of Judy Boyter and sings at school under the direction of Krissy Luedecke who is a member of the Texas Music Educators Association, a 19,000+ member organization headquartered in Austin. As a freshman, this is Brooklyn’s first time to perform as a member of a TMEA All-State organization. Brooklyn is the daughter of Kevin and Cheryl Freeman. Cheryl Freeman is a high school English and creative writing teacher at Northland.

High school students selected to perform in the All-State concerts have competed through auditions to qualify at the state level. All-State is the highest honor a Texas music student can receive. 1,795 students are selected through a process that began with over 66,800 students from around the state vying for this honor to perform in one of 15 ensembles (bands, orchestras, and choirs). Texas Music Educators Association sponsors the Texas All-State competition. This competitive process begins throughout the state in auditions hosted by 33 TMEA Regions. Individual musicians perform selected music for a panel of judges who rank each instrument or voice part. From this ranking, a select group of musicians advances from their Region to compete against musicians from other areas in eight TMEA Area competitions. The highest-ranking musicians judged at the TMEA Area competitions qualify to perform in a TMEA All-State music group. Only the top 2.6% of musicians who initially audition become All-State musicians.

These All-State students participate in three days of rehearsals directed by nationally recognized conductors during the TMEA Clinic/Convention. Their performances for thousands of attendees bring this extraordinary event to a close. For the All-State concert schedule and conductor information, go to the Performances section of

The Texas Music Educators Association is an association of over 13,500 school music educators dedicated to promoting excellence in music education. Go to for more information.

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