The RB Chorale’s 41st Anniversary Show, “RBC Goes to Broadway,” was not only a chance for audiences to take a trip through showstopper history but also an opportunity for the chorale’s scholarship finalists to compete for the top prize. “These six graduating high school seniors from across San Diego County were chosen from a slate of 22 deserving and multitalented teens,” said RBC Second Vice President Debbie Honeycutt.
Three students performed on Friday and three performed on Saturday; first place, second place, and third place winners were chosen each night, and they received $3,000, $2,000, and $1,500 respectively. The six finalists were chosen by the RBC, but the final winners were selected based on audience votes. Flutist Omar Gaidarov from Torrey Pines High School won third place; Omar will be attending Northwestern University. Learn more at www.rbchorale.org.