High Tech Student Selected to Perform at the International Festival of Languages and Culture

(Secaucus, NJ--May 6, 2019) High Tech freshmen Musical Theatre major Arjun Athalye, a resident of Secaucus, had recently been selected to perform at this year’s International Festival of Languages and Culture, announced Dr. Joseph Giammarella, Principal of High Tech High School.

The festival had featured over sixty young performers representing twenty countries through a host of cultural music and dances. Athalye performed in a total of four shows at the festival, including Congress Hall and the Coolidge Auditorium in Washington D.C., the John Bassett Theater in Toronto, and the Manhattan Center in New York City.

On June 8th, Athalye, along with students from High Tech Voices, will perform on the stage of NJPAC as a part of An Indian Odyssey. That show, comprised of more than 180 performers, will showcase India’s diverse cultural heritage through folk, classical, and contemporary dance and music.

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