Locust Valley students are making musical history. Recently, Kimberly Sabio, Joseph Tancredi and Andrew Wee were accepted to perform in the All-Eastern Festival this April in Rhode Island this spring. This honor completes a trifecta for Kimberly and Andrew as they are the first Locust Valley High School musicians ever to earn All-State, All-Eastern and All-National honors. 

Kimberly plays the trumpet, Joseph is a tenor and Andrew plays the violin. Each of these accomplished musicians has dedicated themselves to being the best they can be through hard work and plenty of practice. 

William Margiotta, subject matter coordinator for music, said he is extremely proud of the accomplishments of these students. “They take their music very seriously, yet have fun in the process,” he explained. “They work hard and their efforts are being recognized at very high levels.” 

Margiotta said the musical talent and willingness to work hard is a theme across the entire district. “We have incredible honors at all levels, from elementary school to high school.”

Many students have been accepted to the Long Island String Festival Association and to the All County Music Festival for their outstanding abilities.

Congratulations to all of these musicians!

Click here for a list of the LISFA participants.

Click here for a list of the All-County participants.