YOUNG AMERICANS DAZZLE!
YOUNG AMERICANS HOST A GLEE WORKSHOP FOR GOREY COMMUNITY SCHOOL AND COLAISTE AN ATHA
STUDENTS from Gorey Community School and Colaiste An Atha in Kilmuckridge enjoyed an upbeat and musical day as they participated in an energetic glee workshop.
The workshop was presented by The Young Americans who are a group of talented and exceptional individuals from the United States, ranging from 18 to 24-years old.
The cast of 45 have been credited with creating the popular ‘Glee’ and ‘Choir-Show’ concepts. They have performed for Presidents, head of states, performed on national and international television, and have won awards.
Principal for Gorey Community School Michael Finn praised the wonderful enthusiasm of the talented students and ‘hopes this won’t be the last time the school has the opportunity to work with this dynamic group’.
Music teacher Orla Kirwan from Colaiste An Atha said she ‘was delighted with the success of the event and was thrilled to see so many students come out of their comfort zones and get an opportunity to shine’.
The Young Americans with students at Colaiste an Atha, Kilmuckridge. Colaiste an Atha students pictured with Justin Bobbs of the Young Americans group. David Augustt jumps in front of fellow members of the Young Americans.
Gorey Community School students with members of the Young Americans performing group.