Heritage Festival

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This article is about the international music festivals held throughout the United States. For the annual three-day multicultural event held in Edmonton, see Edmonton Heritage Festival.

Heritage Festival refers to one of a number of musical festivals held throughout the United States where middle school and high school-aged musical ensembles are ranked on an international standard. These groups include choirs, bands, and orchestras. The festivals were founded in 1980, and are currently a part of the WorldStrides Heritage Performing Programs. The top performing groups in the Heritage Festival are invited to perform in the Festival of Gold or the Festival at Carnegie Hall.[1]

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  1. ^ "Festival of Gold". WorldStrides Heritage Performance. Retrieved 2013-04-21. 

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