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BHHS Celebrates Music and Community with Dessert Concert

Bloomfield Hills High School’s music department collaborated on their annual Dessert Concert, a beautiful celebration of the performing arts featuring every band, orchestra, and choir student in the school. Orchestra groups kicked off the event in the Cynthia von Oeyen Center for Performing Arts, followed by choir and band performances in the Ingrid M. Day Commons. The aptly named Dessert Concert offered free dessert donated by the musical students’ families after the groups performed, allowing students, audience members, and musical instructors to enjoy time and treats together. With just three weeks of school under their belts, the musical ensembles impressed audiences with polished pieces!

 

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