BRONXVILLE, N.Y. - Some of Bronxville’s best and brightest students serenaded a capacity crowd at Citi Field, singing the “Star Spangled Banner” at the home of the New York Mets.
Earlier this month, baseball fans at Citi were treated to a special show, as students in grades three through eight from the Chapel School in Bronxville opened up the Met’s game with their finest rendition of the National Anthem.
This isn’t the first time the Chapel School Chorus has taken centerstage under the bright lights. Under the direction of music teacher George Heath, they’ve performed at Shea Stadium, at the Bronxville Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony each year, Relay for Life and at the Celebrity Chef Cook-off at Trotter’s in White Plains.
“The Chapel School is a wonderful institution that is filled with wonderful people,” Heath stated. “The Chapel School really is fortunate to have an administration that supports and encourages the arts so that the whole child may be educated.”
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