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Gleneagle student to sing at Carnegie Hall

Hira Lalani will fly to the Big Apple in February.
Hira
Hira Lalani

A Gleneagle secondary student will have her chance to sing at Carnegie Hall in the new year.

Soprano Hira Lalani will join the Honors Women’s Choir in the 2019 High School Performance Honors Program, hosted by WoldStrides in New York City in February.

The 17-year-old teen, who is coached by Gleneagle band and choir conductor Edward Trovato and privately at Tom Lee Music by Jessica Zraly, was one of 80,000 entrants from around the world to be accepted into the international music program.

“This is a huge opportunity and I am beyond excited,” Lalani told The Tri-City News.

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