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Camden Hills names performing arts students of the month

Oct 03, 2019
Bradlee Watts

Camden — Camden Hills Regional High School has named the Visual and Performing Arts students for September and October. Elaine Landry is September VPA Student of the Month and Bradlee Watts was named for October.

Since freshman year, Landry has been involved in every aspect of the drama department. She has participated in Women’s Choir, Chamber Singers and Chorale. She has been a member of the student-directed ensemble, Fortissima, since her freshman year and this year is co-director of the group. Outside of the classroom, Landry has auditioned and participated in many honor music festivals, including annual participation in the MMEA District III Mixed Honors Choir and participation in the 2019 MMEA All State Honor Choir. She participates in the annual Musical Theatre National Association of Teachers of Singing competition and has placed in the top three each year. Elaine’s future plans include going to a four-year college to major in musical theater.

Watts has also been involved in nearly every aspect of the theatre and music department for the past four years. His participation has earned him many honors and awards as well major roles in a variety of productions. He has been a percussionist in the concert band for the past four years as well as performing in Chorale and Chamber Singers. His singing talents have earned him positions in the District 3 Choir in 2016-18 and the All-State Choir in 2017 and 2018. He has been a member of the student-run vocal ensemble. The Offbeats, for the past four years and is now co-director of that ensemble. Post-graduation, Watts hopes to pursue a career as a voice actor for animated movies and other types of projects. He also plans to continue his endeavors in music.

Elaine Landry
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