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February 12, 2013

A singing sensation

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“The majority of people there are band people,” Kirby said. “There are also hundreds of exhibits, with every instrument you could think of.”

The experience is something Kirby plans to add to her resume to pursue a future in music. The Weatherford senior has already been accepted to Texas Christian University’s music school as well as to the University of North Texas.

“I’d like to major in music education and eventually get my master’s and doctorate in music,” she said.

For the All-State concert schedule and conductor information, go to www.tmea.org/convention.

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