Congratulations to Bryce Martin, 2020 Grad, for being awarded a full tuition Performing Arts Scholarship in the Sun Chief Sound and Chamber Singers at Coastal Alabama!!! Way to go Bryce!!!Dec. 2019Congratulations to the following students who were auditioned and chosen to represent Brewton City Schools in performing at the 2019 Alabama Association of School Board's Convention in Birmingham on December 6th: Hannah Mallory, Shyanne Salter, Anna Watson, Abigail Madden, Tiyarra Lovelace, Hannah McFerrin, Kayleigh Green, Morgan Mathis, Madison Kirkland, Madison Lum, Payton Hardy, Allison Morgan, Amberlyn Carnley, Matthew Morgan, Bryce Martin, Robert Brewer, Nicholas Weaver, Thomas Lowery, Da Morae Fountain, and Bryan Parker!!!Christmas Choral Group 2018 at BMShttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fz_jS3MpEzcCongratulations to the following students for being chosen to participate in the 2017 Alabama All-State Choral Festival at Samford University in March. This is the highest honor given to a choral student in the State!!!
Hannah MalloryAnna WatsonT.R. Miller Singers
The T.R. Miller High School Singers is an integral part of the curriculum at T.R. Miller. In the last three years, the high school choral program has consistently enrolled more than 75 students in the general chorus. In addition to the large number of students in the classroom, more than 25 students are part of an extended program that is given material to learn at home. These students are an import part of the choral program as well. This chorus performs in various venues including the annual Christmas Choral Festival, the Spring Choral Concert, a school tour of all three Brewton City Schools, and several other performances performed for other schools and community groups including Pace High School and the Greater Escambia Council of the Arts.
The choral program also includes the show choir, Encore. The show choir usually enrolls 16-24 members and performs in the Christmas and Spring Choral presentations.
Selected members of the chorus are also active in auditioning for the Alabama All-State Choral Festival. Over the past three years between 10 and 16 students per year have auditioned through District VII of the Alabama Vocal Association, and each year the program has had over half of those students to go on to the State Level and represent our school at the Choral Festival.
Students also have participated in the District VII Solo and Ensemble Assessment and have made superior ratings with this event.
On student participated in the Alabama Vocal Associations Outstanding Choral Student Contest. She performed at the District Level.
The school has the distinction of having a student to be chosen as State Outstanding Accompanist for the Alabama Vocal Association.