Pakachoag Music School is pleased to announce that student violinist Seth Boudreau of Douglas has been selected for the 2022 Reinburg Award for Effort, Commitment and Attitude.
About Seth Boudreau of Douglas
Seth Boudreau, from Douglas, is a high school senior at Saint Paul Diocesan High School. Seth began his musical journey with Pakachoag in 2008 at the age of 3, participating in the School’s early childhood Music Together program. At age 5, he enrolled in the School’s Suzuki Program as a violin student, and has been an active member of Pakachoag’s fiddle group the last 10 years.
Seth excelled during his music studies. In addition to being the strings section leader for his high school orchestra, he has participated at First Night Worcester venues, Christmas by Candlelight at Old Sturbridge Village, and has regularly performed at his school’s masses and theatrical productions. Seth has and continues to present music at St. Joseph Basilica masses and concerts in Webster, MA.
Seth’s private violin teacher, Pakachoag faculty member Amy Matherly, who also serves as the School’s Suzuki Coordinator, writes: “Seth loves music, works hard at his instrument, shows leadership as a member of several ensembles, and generously shares his talents with others. I am very pleased that his dedication and efforts are being recognized with this award.”
Seth entered Worcester State University this fall pursuing a major in computer science and a minor in music.
About the Peggy Kelley Reinburg Award
The Peggy Kelley Reinburg Award for Effort, Commitment and Attitude, named after the School’s second director who strove to instill an appreciation for excellence among all School students, is awarded annually, each spring.
Prior recipients of the PKR award, which dates back to 1992, include students who have gone on to excel in the sciences, law enforcement, engineering, aviation, education (both k-12 and higher education), social work and professional careers in music performance, music education, and musical theater.