Sean Stein awarded William T. Adams Scholarship

Sean SteinChoral Art Society of the South Shore is thrilled to announce its seventh annual William T. Adams Scholarship winner, Sean Stein, senior at Scituate High School.
Sean plays in the high school jazz band. In addition, he is the founder of and lead guitar in a band called “Dogtown”. In an essay about the band and why music matters in life, he wrote: “Music is a reason to get out of bed in the morning. Music gave us great friends and experiences and the courage to rock our ever changing unique looks. It has given socially awkward kids a way to break into the crowd and seem cool to at least some people. It helps us relax and feel confident because we have a talent and a way of communicating that others don’t have. This makes us special and that is cool. Music matters to schools because it is a way for students not necessarily defined by athletics to have a team, a team of musicians. It is a great way to bring kids together. The world would be so boring without music.”
We wholeheartedly agree with Sean’s views on the importance of music and are pleased to help support him in his goal of studying music production, music business, and sound design. Sean’s ultimate dream job is to design sound and music for Walt Disney’s theme parks.
The scholarship award will be presented at Choral Art Society’s spring concert on Sunday, May 3rd held at the Scituate High School at 4:00 pm. Choral Art Society will be performing Celebration! Puccini and Beethoven. Tickets are $20 for general admission and $18 for seniors and students.
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