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Lower Dauphin vocalist Dickinson will perform at all-state jazz festival

Posted 2/13/19

Lower Dauphin High School senior Annie Dickinson successfully auditioned for a spot in the PMEA All-State Jazz ensemble as an alto.

This is her second trip to states as a jazz vocalist. She is …

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Lower Dauphin vocalist Dickinson will perform at all-state jazz festival

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Lower Dauphin High School senior Annie Dickinson successfully auditioned for a spot in the PMEA All-State Jazz ensemble as an alto.

This is her second trip to states as a jazz vocalist. She is also performing in her second PMEA regional orchestra festival later this month as a Violin I.

Annie, the daughter of Matt and Angie Dickinson, serves as president of the TriM Music Honor Society and is a four-year member of the group.

She is a four-year member of the choral program, the high school orchestra and the pit orchestra in the spring musical. She is a three-year member of the National Honor Society and National Science Honor Society.

She also participates in the Philosophy Club, jazz band, Math Honor Society and STEM Club.

In the community, she plays with the Hershey Symphony Orchestra, and volunteers as a rehearsal assistant with the Hershey Symphony Festival Strings. She performs with her church praise team and dances at McCann’s School of Dance.

She is a member of the community advisory board for WITF public media.

She writes and performs her own music and released an EP this school year. She was also Miss Hummelstown her junior year.

She plans to attend Berklee College of Music in Boston or Lebanon Valley College and major in music technology and production with the hopes of becoming a music producer and independent artist/performer.