Nauset High School Vocal Music Department
Nauset High School has an active, respected and vital vocal music program. Students involved in vocal music are student-athletes, student-scholars, student-leaders and so much more! These young men and women are excellent ambassadors of Nauset High School in so many ways. Choirs from Nauset High School have performed up and down the east coast of the United States and, most recently, an international trip to Ireland where they performed in such prestigious places as Saint Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin. These same students represent Nauset High School at local, regional and state music festivals such as the All Cape and Islands Music Festival, the Southeastern Massachusetts Music Festival and the Massachusetts All State Music Festival.
NEW!! The choirs from Nauset Regional High School have recently returned from an extremely successful trip to Montreal Canada. All three choirs from Nauset High School received highest honors (gold medal rankings) at this international music festival that hosted public and private schools from as far away as four US states and three Canadian provinces on April 22, 2017. Nauset's Honors Chorus, Treble Chorus, and Combined Choirs, along with other experiences, also had the opportunity to perform at the renown Basilica of Notre Dame in Montreal. In addition, Nauset Choirs were proud to receive the "Sweepstakes Award" as the school with the highest combined scores for any participating institution, "Adjudicator's" Award and the "Spirit" Award. Along with these outstanding group awards, two soloists were also acknowledged. Junior, Emma Sullivan-Johnson and junior, Kaleigh Mason were recognized with "Maestro" Awards for soloistic excellence.
NRHS Students, please use the button above to go the sound file page. The songs are provided with each part highlighted as well as the full version. In some cases, the accompaniment is available as well. Please use these to review your music at home. Our rehearsals will run much faster if everyone is prepared on their own part. For a challenge, try to sing your part to another highlighted part. "Practice makes better"