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Fargo high school student to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City

Jacob Hansen will have the chance to learn from world-renowned conductors and collaborate with other performers from around the globe.

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FARGO — A Fargo high school student has been selected from 10,000 nominations to be one of 500 students from around the world to take part in the High School Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall in New York City.

Jacob Hansen, a student at Davies High School, will perform percussion this February in the world-famous Carnegie Hall after a decade of studying music.

Hansen has been chosen for the performance series at Carnegie Hall along with more than 500 other high school students from 48 states, Bermuda, Canada, China and South Korea.

His performance will take place on Feb. 4 and is open to the public. Tickets will be available 60 days prior to the performance and will be available to purchase through the Carnegie Hall box office.

Along with the recent nomination, Hansen has also performed in the University of North Dakota Honor Band and has been a part of the North Dakota All-State Music Festival.

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He is also in the Fargo-Moorhead Area Youth Symphony, Fargo Davies High School wind ensemble and is a founding member of the high school's drumline.

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