HOLMES COUNTY, Miss. (WJTV) – Holmes County Central singers are taking their talents to Carnegie Hall.
Just recently, the small county is being put on the map, recognized around the world for their musical talents.
Pierrdro Gallion, also known as “Mr. G” to his students, leads the choir program at the Holmes County School District.
“I didn’t know how to feel honestly because I never thought with us being such a small county that we would be recognized as much,” said Lemmie Fiffer, an Alto Section Leader.
The competitive program is no easy feat.
It helps young musicians like Destiny Hudson find their voice.
In April, these talented group of Holmes County Central singers are heading to the Big Apple to perform at one of the most prestigious music venues, Carnegie Hall. They need your help to raise at least half of their $50,000 campaign.
“I’ve been blessed throughout my career to take kids all over the world, even when I was serving at Jackson public schools, serving in choir there,” said Gallion.
Each singer that finishes the program receives scholarships to the college or university of their choice.
If you’d like to help, you can reach out to Pierrdo Gallion at (601) 850-6428.