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AMEA 2019 Performing Groups


Bella Voce is a sixty member non-auditioned women’s ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Khristina Motley, the group has consistently received superior ratings at the Alabama State Performance Assessment. The purpose of Bella Voce is to achieve the highest possible standard of musical excellence, a heightened understanding of the composers and lyricists, while instilling a lifelong appreciation of choral music. Members of the ensemble will perform, by invitation, a concert at Carnegie Hall in the spring of 2019. Last year, the choral department had twenty-three members participate in All-State Choir, three members in All-State Show Choir, the District II OCS winner, and two participants in the FAME Scholarship Program. Additionally, Hillcrest choral students participated in the Disney Candlelight Processional for the past three years. Finally, members of the women’s ensemble collaborate with HHS multi- disability students, a group called our Adaptive Ensemble, which performs annually at The University of Alabama.


The Bob Jones High School Percussion Ensemble has a rich tradition of excellence and is considered one of the premier high school percussion ensembles in the state of Alabama. Whether it is on the football field, indoor arena, or concert stage, the percussion ensemble always excels at the highest of levels. The Bob Jones High School Percussion Ensemble prides itself on developing well rounded percussionists and strives to expose its members to a variety of different percussive settings and demands. Past members of this great organization have gone on to excel in both outdoor and indoor percussion activities as well as pursued percussion opportunities at the collegiate level. On the football field, The Bob Jones High School Battery and Front ensemble are well known for pushing the envelope and have been honored at many local and regional competitions, receiving numerous high percussion awards. In the indoor arena, the ensemble has been a constant innovative force in not only the region but also on the national stage. The Bob Jones Winter Drumline have medaled at the South Eastern Color Guard Championships numerous times as well as are two-time open class finalists at the Winter Guard International World Championships. Not only has the ensemble repeatedly raised the bar in both the outdoor and indoor activities, they have also represented their band program well at local and regional concert festivals, contributing to the band’s numerous superior awards. The concert percussion ensemble is also a main stage in the program’s repertoire. Members are exposed to a variety of different styles and explore both classic and modern percussion music. The students do a tremendous job balancing all aspects of the program to include a Fall Football marching show, a Fall Competition marching show, a Spring competitive indoor drumline program, 2 concert band programs, 2 jazz bands, and a concert percussion ensemble; all the while constantly seeking out new opportunities and striving to achieve at the highest of levels in every ensemble.


The Enterprise High School Women’s Ensemble is a combined extracurricular ensemble made up of the women enrolled in daily choir classes. They received the Best in Festival Award at the Cultural Arts Center Choral Festival in 2017, and First Place in the Women’s Division at the Cultural Arts Center Choral Festival in 2016. They are under the direction of Cameron Johnson Weiler, and accompanied by Lis Donaldson.


Fairhope Middle School is located in Fairhope, Alabama and is a part of the Bald- win County School System. The Fairhope Middle School band has a long and rich tradition of musical excellence and is an integral part of the school. The band pro- gram is composed of approximately 150 students in the 7th and 8th grade, with a 7th grade Concert Band, a 7th and 8th grade Symphonic Band, Jazz Band, and 7th and 8th grade Percussion Ensembles. The Concert and Symphonic Bands consis- tently receive superior ratings at the yearly Alabama Bandmasters State Music Per- formance Assessment. The band program also consistently has students selected for the Alabama All-State Band, the Alabama All-State Jazz Band, and has one of the highest numbers of students in the District VII Honor Band and Baldwin County Honor Band. The band is under the direction of Ms. Jennifer Salley who is a native of Fairhope, Alabama and is a graduate of Fairhope High School.


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