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Getting to Know You

February 6, 2017

The Homestead High School (Cupertino, CA) Tri-M chapter brings together disparate groups of student musicians into one supportive community. Now orchestra, band and choir members have a structured program to share their love of music with each other, throughout the school, and in the larger community. Homestead High School Cupertino, CA Tri-M Advisor: John Burn

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Paying it Forward

December 2, 2016

At Half Hollow Hills High School West in Dix Hills, NY, Tri-M chapter members visit elementary schools to show younger students how valuable it is to have music in their lives. The visits are also intended to counter the widely held belief that it’s harder to keep playing and being part of the music community […]

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Opportunities Galore

August 25, 2016

Connecting students across different performing arts disciplines, the Tri-M Music Honor Society chapter at Santa Margarita High School in Rancho Santa Margarita, CA, allowed many to undertake leadership roles and engage in community service projects. These include performing at a local hospice where residents greeted the student musicians with much enthusiasm. Santa Margarita Catholic High […]

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Year-Round Dedication

June 2, 2016

At West Babylon Senior High in West Babylon, NY, Tri-M members have committed to lend their time to community service projects every month of the year. These large, complex projects are all run solely by the Tri-M student musicians. Among the many worthy causes are food drives, Adopt-A-Family, Pennies for Patients, the Turkey Trot, Music […]

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Music Heals

May 1, 2016

Tri-M chapter members at Scarsdale High School in Scarsdale, NY, performed four concerts at a local rehab center over the course of just eight months. After each concert, the student musicians interact with patients, learning their stories and heeding their words of wisdom. It’s a win-win. The students enjoy performing and the residents have something […]

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From current members to proud alumni, everyone has a Tri-M tale to tell.

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