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Lynnfield Idol Auditions
Auditions for the town's Lynnfield Idol contest, which was last held in 2011, have been moved to Tuesday, February 26th at Lynnfield High School from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The original audition date, Feb. 9th, ended up coinciding with the Blizzard of 2013.
According to an announcement for the event, separate auditions will be held in the middle school, high school and adult divisions, with semifinal and final rounds to be held in March.
Modeled after the popular "American Idol" TV show on Fox, the competition will be judged by local music industry professionals who will provide constructive feedback.
Those interested in auditioning should bring sheet music for their song and be prepared to sing for 30 seconds. Contact Choral Director Douglas Hodgkins at email@example.com with questions.
More About Lynnfield High School
Serving a student body of about 650 students, Lynnfield High is set back from busy Essex Street and surrounded by soccer and baseball fields. The school offers a wide variety of girls' and boys' fall, winter and spring sports, numerous advanced placement courses and requires its students to spend at least 35 hours volunteering community service in order to graduate.
Robert Cleary serves as the school's principal.