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Lee receives vocal music award from state superintendent

posted Jul 9, 2017, 12:01 PM by Granger Meador   [ updated Jul 9, 2017, 12:02 PM ]
Garrett Lee of the Bruin Class of 2018 was recognized at the State Superintendent Awards for Arts Excellence at a ceremony held at the Scottish Rite Temple in Guthrie on April 25, 2017. The event recognized approximately 200 Oklahoma high school juniors and seniors who achieved artistic excellence in various fine arts disciplines including visual art, dance, and music. Lee was awarded in the Vocal Music category and was the lone Bartlesville student to receive the prestigious honor this year.

Garrett Lee is the son of Chris and Jeannine Lee. He has been named to the All National Mixed Choir Honor Ensemble, All State Mixed Choir, District Honor Choir, and has been selected for the Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute at Quartz Mountain the last three years. In school, he has been active in Acting, Jazz Choir, Men’s Choir, Mixed Choir and has been seen in the musicals GodspellSeven Brides for Seven BrothersPump Boys and Dinettes, and The Addams Family. He is also active in the Adams Blvd. Church of Christ praise team and youth group.

The Bartlesville High School Choir is led by directors Margie Green, Tamara Walker, and Micheal Stevens. Stevens joined Lee in attendance at the event.

Post courtesy of Alex McCollum
Garrett Lee with Micheal Stevens

State Superintendent Award for Arts Excellence honoree Garrett Lee with Assistant High School Music Director Micheal Stevens