San Jacinto singers hit a high note at choir festival despite some hiccups

The San Jacinto High School Advanced Choir performs at a community event at Valley-Wide Regional Park in San Jacinto, Dec. 1. Valley News/Diane A. Rhodes photo
San Jacinto High School choir director Keith Still was looking forward to his singers repeating their award-winning performance at the Forum Music Festival in Santa Clarita on May 5. But when the group’s long-time accompanist could not continue, he had to spend precious time searching for another in the weeks leading up to the event.“Anna Bradshaw accompanied my choirs for the last four to five years,” Still said. “She recently accepted a full-time music position and became too busy to work with my singers.”However, when piano teacher and SJHS alumnus Jean Will heard of the students’ plight, she offered to step in and tinkle the ivories for the choir. Once a Tiger, always a Tiger was definitely evident in her willingness to share her talents in such an impactful way. Ju
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