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Bergen’s Jazz Ensemble presented outstanding per-


formances at both Trumpets Jazz Club in Montclair, NJ, and the Josie Robinson Plaza at Lincoln Center. Their Winter and Spring Concerts delighted audiences and af- forded the opportunity for the boys to perform with pro- fessional guest artists. The Jazz Band also collaborated with the Bergen Community College Jazz Band and per- formed with them in December. Bergen’s Vocal Ensemble participated in the Eastern


Regional Catholic High School Choral Festival, Pueri Cantores, at Saint Malachy’s Church in New York City, where clinician Dr. Harold Robbins had only accolades for their presentation. Both Winter and Spring Concerts at Saint Joseph’s Church in Oradell were wonderful evenings of choral and solo music. A moving rendition of Mozart’s “Ave Verum Corpus” was performed with the Women’s Choir from Mary Help of Christians Academy, and we look forward to additional collaborative projects with them next season. Parents, faculty and students traveled to NYC to see


On Your Feet, Fiddler on the Roof and Shuffle Along as part of our Bergen Goes to Broadway series. All are enthusi- astically waiting to purchase their tickets for the 2016–17 season which will include the revival of Hello Dolly, star-


ring Bette Midler and the anticipated opening of Gotta Dance! This year, Bergen Catholic graduates included 20


members of the Performing Arts Department. These young men excelled both on and off the stage, and it is our commitment to continue the tradition of excellence in the performing arts as we look forward to welcoming the new faces, new voices and new talents of Bergen’s future Crusaders.


Barbara Peraino Performing Arts Department Chair


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