The Herricks Tri-M chapter recently hosted Tri-Mapalooza, a multi-Tri-M chapter event that drew over 150 eager student musicians to Herricks High School.
This special event brought together Tri-M chapters from around Long Island with the goal of creating a deeper relationship between chapters and their members for future collaborations and to celebrate our outstanding musical communities.
Herricks Tri-M Co-Presidents Fiona Kuo and Preston Chan, District Director of Fine and Performing Arts and Tri-M Advisory and State Tri-M Chair Ms. Anissa Arnold and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Tony Sinanis kicked off the night with speeches welcoming guests and presenting about the purpose and impact of Tri-M. “I am immensely proud of our Tri-M team for organizing and executing this event,” said Ms. Arnold. “We are honored to welcome fellow dedicated Tri-M students and look forward to expanding the relationship between Tri-M chapters and sharing ideas and enthusiasm as we work together to build a stronger community through music.”
The event featured music-themed team-building games and a potluck dinner with participants sharing a variety of foods graciously contributed by attending members.
Herricks Tri-M would like to thank the following schools for their time and commitment for participating in this event: Port Washington, Syosset, Jericho, Wheatley, Great Neck North, Massapequa and Herricks Middle School.
Herricks High School Tri-M looks forward to hosting future collaborations with our new friends and joining with Tri-M chapters island-wide to help raise awareness of music education and to make beautiful music together.