NHS viola player makes all-state orchestra

This 16-year-old musician tries to practice two to three hours each day.
Cary Ashby
Nov 20, 2012

 

Joe Grof has played viola for the last five years.

Even during summer breaks, the 16-year-old musician tries to practice two to three hours each day. Well, it sounds like the practice has paid off.

Having earned one of the top three chairs in the viola section in regional orchestra, Grof will perform with the all-state orchestra at the Ohio Music Education Association Conference in Columbus.

A story about Grof was published on the front page of the Reflector.

 

Comments

Brock Lee

good story

tadpole

Keep it going, son. You have a future.

Lifeboat

Way to go Joe! Keep up the good work!

KURTje

Joe you are probably like your dad.....a fine individual. Wish you the best.