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Justin Burr, a senior at Spencerport High School, won the regional Rotary Vocal Competition in January. Sponsored by the Spencerport Rotary Club, Justin will be honored for first place at the Rotary’s District conference to be held at Lake Placid on May 3 through 5, where he will perform one of his selections from the competition.
Justin is a member of Spencerport High School’s Concert Choir, Vocal Jazz Ensemble, Wind Ensemble and Stage Drama Club where he has secured a leading role for the last two years. He is the student of Ann Murphy, Laura Szymanowicz, and John Viavattine.
Justin has set his sights on musical theatre and is in the process of auditioning for many leading schools with programs in Musical Theatre.
The Rotary Vocal Competition is designed to encourage high school vocal students as they develop the art of solo singing.
Justin is the son Eric and Beth Burr of Ogden.