St. John Eudes School Choir Is Partnering With Maestro James Conlon And The La Opera

Chatsworth, CA (PressExposure) January 27, 2009 -- We are pleased to announce that St. John Eudes choristers along with singers of the Los Angeles Baptist Junior/Senior high school will be partnering for a special performance of Benjamin Britten’s Noye’s Fludde. The performance will take place on March 7, 2009 at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Angeles in Los Angeles. The choirs will be working alongside maestro James Conlon and the LA Opera. The schools choir is lead by Director of Music Ministries Mr. Richard D. Medrano.

Some of the children recently returned from New York after performing at Carnegie Hall under the baton of maestro John Rutter and New England Symphony. Their performance of the Rutter Mass for the Children was met with a standing ovation to a sold out audience.

St. John Eudes School has been providing a Christ-centered quality Catholic education for our students since 1966. We educate to Live, to Love, to Learn, and to Leave a Legacy, with a shared moral mission that generates respect among teachers, parents, and students. Throughout the curriculum, quality character education and moral values are fundamental to the mission and educational program at St. John Eudes School.

Our curriculum fosters the education of the whole child preparing each one for leadership, responsibility, and citizenship. The rigorous academic program and high expectations challenge students to think critically, use technology responsibly, develop intellectual curiosity, and grow in social behavior.

St. John Eudes School is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) as well as the Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA).

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Chatsworth, CA.

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Press Release Submitted On: January 27, 2009 at 3:20 pm
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