Tourtellotte Memorial High School's Modern Music Ensemble returned to Westview Health Care Center on Tuesday, December 12, 2017 for their annual holiday themed musical performance in the facility’s Formal Dining Room.
Kate Anderson, Music Director at TMHS, led eleven of her students from her honors level performance class, Modern Music Ensemble, in an hour-long holiday performance for the residents and patients of Westview. The group sang several traditional holiday favorites including “Silent Night”, “Little Drummer Boy” and “Run, Run Rudolph”. The students also performed multiple soloist acts as well as a beautifully arranged original song titled, “Stay With Me,” which was entirely written and composed by the group.
“We love to come out and perform for our community members,” stated Kate Anderson. “This is a real-life musical experience for them and I’m so proud of what this talented group of artists have achieved.”
“TMHS Modern Music Ensemble is a holiday staple for the residents, patients and staff here at Westview,” stated David T. Panteleakos, Administrator. “Although the students vary from year to year, the arrangement and presentation, to the credit of Mrs. Anderson’s direction, is always top-notch and beautifully orchestrated.”
Westview Health Care Center is a 103-bed skilled nursing inpatient facility, which includes a distinct and self-contained 28-bed subacute short-term rehabilitation unit and an Outpatient Rehabilitation and Aquatic Center, both dedicated to providing quality health care services. Along with garnering a perfect five star overall rating found on Medicare.gov Westview is proud to have received such accolades as US News and World Report America’s Best, Consumer Reports Top 10 Connecticut Nursing Facility rating and Health Grades 5-Star Top Ranking.
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