Aalfs Auditorium at USD to host 39th Honor Choir Concert on Aug 3
Guest conductor Dr. Lynne Gackle of Baylor University and 150 of South Dakota’s best high school choral musicians will perform several classical and contemporary musical selections. Recent USD graduate and Yankton native Scott Arens will serve as accompanist for the performance. Tickets are $10 for general admission seating and will be available beginning at 6:30 p.m. the day of the show.
Hundreds of students from across the state auditioned for the South Dakota All State Honor Choir. Students chosen for the choir will begin six days of rehearsal on Sunday, July 29 at the Muenster University Center Ballroom. Activities throughout the week for the choir members include a dance, talent show, movies and a barbecue.
Under the leadership of the South Dakota American Choral Directors Association, the South Dakota All-State Honor Choir – formed in 1974 – provides a quality musical experience for the state’s top high school vocalists. Current president of SD-ACDA is Dr. David Holdhusen, director of choral activities at USD. The annual summer event is hosted at one of South Dakota’s universities or colleges with the choir conducted by some of the nation’s finest musical directors. This is the second consecutive year and sixth time overall that USD has hosted this prestigious choral event.
For more information about the 39th annual High School Honor Choir Concert at USD, please contact Holdhusen at (605) 677-5721 or e-mail David.Holdhusen@usd.edu. For more information about music at USD, contact the Department of Music at (605) 677-5274 or e-mail email@example.com.
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