Pattonville alumni featured in video auditions for St. Louis Blues
Pattonville alumni featured in video auditions for St. Louis Blues
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Montel Moore, Class of 2009, and Joshua Eldridge, Class of 2011 - Moore and Eldridge were featured in a video on STLToday.com for a story on the St. Louis Blues and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra (SLSO) teaming up to audition acts to perform "The Star-Spangled Banner" at Blues hockey games this season.

After the auditions, Moore was selected as one of nine performers to sing or perform at the games. He and Eldridge were among 34 entertainers chosen to perform live auditions before a panel at Powell Symphony Hall (out of 650 contestants who submitted initial video auditions). Both were among 14 finalists who advanced to further live audition rounds, where they were required to sing the national anthem a cappella.

In the video, Moore is interviewed and can be seen singing "Hallelujah," while Eldridge can be seen at the end of the video, singing the national anthem. Both were choir students under the direction of teacher Melynda Lamb while at Pattonville High School.

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