Mentor Top 25 Show Choir

Since 1965...

 

The Mentor Top 25 Show Choir is a select group of students from the music department at Mentor High School. Founded in 1965 by Theodore Hieronymus, Top 25 was one of the first high school show choirs in Ohio. The group performs regularly for community events, schools, and church / civic organizations. Performance tours in the United States have included travel to major cities on the east coast, west coast, and many in between. They have traveled to Hawaii, Canada, Mexico, and many European countries. The group has won numerous awards in competitions and festivals. Top 25 has performed the National Anthem for the Cleveland Indians, Lake Erie Monsters, and the Cleveland Gladiators. This year they performed during “Prime Time” for the Cleveland Cavaliers before a victory at Quicken Loans Arena. 

Top 25 is currently directed by by Adam Landry. This past June their annual performance tour took them to Toronto, Canada. Top 25 is proud to continue the tradition of serving as musical ambassadors of Mentor, representing our school and community with pride and excellence.

DIRECTOR
Adam Landry is the director of the Mentor Top 25 show choir. He also serves as High School Choral Director. He studied Music Education at Bowling Green State University (BM) and the University of Michigan (MM). Prior to working in the Mentor district, he served as a teacher of instrumental and choral music in the Bowling Green City School District. In addition, Mr. Landry has been heavily involved in community theatre throughout Northwest Ohio as a trombonist, keyboardist, and musical director. Mr. Landry is also an active member in the Ohio Music Education Association.