This press release is written to inform the readers that Jessica Kahal got various opportunities to showcase her talent during her high school days.
Los Angeles, California Jun 15, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Born and brought up in a musically inclined family, Jessica Kahal had the support of her parents when she decided to pursue a career in music. She was a member of her high school choir that gave her many opportunities to perform in front of a larger audience.
Talking about her most special memories of performing with her high school choir, she performed at the Kennedy Center as part of a special invitation. She also performed with them in a candlelight memorial for the September 11th terrorist attacks in the school’s amphitheater. The combined choirs sang “This Is My Country” and “America the Beautiful” on this emotion-charged date. She chose to perform on her favorite “Danny Boy” for her solo flute performance.
Being a member of her high school Orchestra, Jessica Kahal got the chance to perform their winter concert at the renowned Armstrong Theater. This was one of the other great opportunities she got during her school days.
Reminiscing the tour with her high school choir to Philadelphia, New York, and Washington DC, Jessica was in the Woman’s Jazz Chorus and performed at the Kennedy Center as part of a special invitation. The choir sang “I’m Beginning to See the Light” and won a huge round of applause from the audience. There were many other groups that performed, such as The Men’s Doo Wop Group, which is pictured singing in front of NBC Studios in NYC even today.
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As one of America’s most loved flutists, Jessica Kahal had many admirers of her work even before her career took off; thanks to the opportunities she got during her high school to showcase her talent.
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