7-8 TTB & SSA Honor Choirs — 2017-18 SELECT

Saturday, November 18, 2017

ACDA-MN STATE HONOR CHOIRS

DATE: Saturday, November 18, 2017

CONCERT TIME: 5:30 PM

REHEARSAL LOCATION: Mahtomedi High School • 8000 75th Street North • Mahtomedi MN

CONCERT LOCATION: St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church • 900 Stillwater Road • Mahtomedi MN

GUEST CONDUCTORS:

STEVEN HOEMBERG
Staples MN
7-8 TTB Honor Choir

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ANDREA RAMSEY
University of Colorado
Boulder CO
7-8 SSA Honor Choir

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7-8 TTB HONOR CHOIR LIST – 10/9/17
7-8 SSA HONOR CHOIR LIST – 10/9/17

7-8 TTB REHEARSAL TRACKS

My Bonnie Anne Marie – Courtney

Piano

Baritone

Tenor I

Tenor II

We Shall Not Sleep – Laura Farnell

Piano

Baritone

Tenor I

Tenor II

Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho – Thomas

Piano

Baritone

Tenor I

TenorII

Hallelujah for the Day – Andrea Ramsey

Piano

Baritone

Tenor I

Tenor II

The Ballad of the Cross-Eyed Sailer – arr. Perry

Piano

Baritone

Tenor I

Tenor II

7-8 SSA REHEARSAL TRACKS

I had a Paint Box

Alto

Soprano

One Voice

Alto

Soprano I

Soprano II

Sanctus

Alto

Soprano I

Soprano II

This is the Day

Alto

Soprano I

Soprano II

Tiger

Alto

Soprano I

Soprano II

 

STATE 7-8 TTB HONOR CHOIR

Saturday, November 18, 2017
Rehearsal — Mahtomedi High School
Concert — St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church
(schedule subject to change)

7:30 - 8:00 AMStudent On-Site Registration/Seating
Mahtomedi High School
8:00 - 9:15 AMRehearsal #1
9:15 - 9:30 AMBreak
9:30 - 11:00 AMRehearsal #2
11:00 - 11:45 AMLunch
11:45 AM - 12:30 PMSectionals
12:30 - 2:00 PMRehearsal #3
2:00 - 2:15 PMBreak &
Change into performance attire
2:15 - 3:15 PMRehearsal #4
3:15 - 3:30 PMTransfer to St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church
3:30 - 4:15 PMStage Rehearsal / Photograph
4:15 - 5:00 PMRehearsal #5
5:00 - 5:30 PMConcert Prep
5:30 - 6:30 PMCombined 7-8 TTB / SSA Concert
St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church
Download 7-8 TTB Schedule in PDF

STATE 7-8 SSA HONOR CHOIR

Saturday, November 18, 2016
Rehearsal — Mahtomedi High School
Concert — St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church
(schedule subject to change)

7:30 - 8:00 AMStudent On-Site Registration/Seating
Mahtomedi High School
8:00 - 9:30 AMRehearsal #1
9:30 - 9:45 AMBreak
9:45 - 11:00 AMRehearsal #2
11:00 - 11:45 AMSectionals
11:45 AM - 12:30 PMLunch
12:30 - 2:30 PMRehearsal #3
2:30 - 2:45 PMBreak &
Change into performance attire
2:45 - 3:50 PMRehearsal #4
3:50 - 4:10 PMTransfer to St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church
4:15 - 5:00 PMStage Rehearsal / Photograph
5:00 - 5:30 PMConcert Prep
5:30 - 6:30 PMCombined 7-8 TTB / SSA Concert
St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church
DOWNLOAD 7-8 SSA SCHEDULE IN PDF

SELECT TIMELINE

7-8 TTB & SSA

Monday, October 9 — Directors Notified

Friday, October 20 — Scholarship Applications Due

Wednesday, November 1 — Student Registration and Fees Due

Registration Fee

The state honor choir registration fee is $124 (includes transaction fee) per student which includes fees for the guest conductor, accompanist, instrumentalists, facilities, food, T-shirt, CD recording of the concert, two tickets to the concert, liability insurance and administrative support services.

Payment Process

Parents: Include check payment made out to your child’s institution/school.

Teachers: Group all registration payments together and pay by credit card directly to ACDA-MN using the registration form at: mnhonorchoirs.org (Do not pay to Opus Events).

NOTE: If credit card payment is not an option, please submit all individual student registration fees with one institutional or personal check payable to ACDA-MN and send the check to:

Bruce W. Becker
Executive Director
13288 Downey Trail
Apple Valley, MN 55124

Refund Policy —

The ACDA-MN State Honor Choir program bases its projected budget on the number of selected participants and plans for accordingly.  Student registration fees cover the following contracted costs:  meals/snacks, t-shirt, printed music, design and printing of programs, two concert tickets, artistic fees for conductor, accompanist and instrumentalists, postage and shipping costs, travel expenses, administrative services, web services, recording services, facility rental, and liability insurance.

Students withdrawing from the honor choir program up to five weeks prior to honor choir day will be issued a full refund if a suitable alternate can be located and placed into the choir.  After five weeks, students withdrawing from the honor choir program will not be eligible for a refund.

Partial refunds will be considered on a case-by case basis if the student absence is the result of a sudden medical or family emergency, provided that sufficient notification was directed to the designated ACDA-MN honor choir co-chair, in advance of the honor choir day.

Students who are absent will receive their t-shirt and the CD recording of the performance through their home director.

  • Scholarships are available for Registration Fees. Please see “SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE” section for details.

SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR REGISTRATION FEES

Several need-based scholarships to support the honor choir registration fee will be available on a limited basis, sponsored by ACDA-MN’s F. Melius Christiansen Endowment Fund Committee. Parents should indicate their interest on the Student Information Form returned to the school’s director. Should the student be selected for placement in the Honor Choir, an official Scholarship Application Form (Use Online Registration Form or use a Paper Copy Form) should be submitted by parents to the ACDA-MN office by due dates listed below. Scholarship applications will be considered in the order received.

Scholarship Applications Due Date:

7-8 Honor Choirs: Friday, October 20

Online Application Form
Print Application Form

2015 Honor Choirs Group Photos

2014 Honor Choirs Performance Video Clips

PHOTO ORDERS

During the concert, a representative from LifeTouch Studios will be on hand to take a formal group photo of the honor choir. Please note that photo costs are not included in the student registration fee. Parents may leave order forms and payment with the sales associate at the concert site.

Please do not send photo order forms to the ACDA-MN office.

See “CONCERT DETAILS” Section on this page for Photo Order Form

LETTERS & FORMS

Directors will distribute all letters and forms directly to the students. Please refer to “FORMS” page on this website to download the following forms:

  • Director’s Return Form
  • Student Registration Form (includes Notarized Registration / Medical Release)
  • Letter to Director
  • Student Congratulations Letter
  • Student Regrets Letter

Parents Return Scholarship Application Form by:  Friday, October 20

Teacher / Directors Return Registration Forms and Online Payment by:  Wednesday, November 1

REPERTOIRE

Repertoire packets for each selected student will be sent to each director shortly after select notification. Here follows a list of repertoire to be learned by the students prior to honor choir day:

7-8 TTB
Steven Hoemberg, guest conductor

My Bonnie Anne Marie – Courtney
We Shall Not Sleep – Laura Farnell
Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho – Thomas
Hallelujah for the Day – Andrea Ramsey
The Ballad of the Cross-Eyed Sailer – arr. Perry

7-8 SSA
Andrea Ramsey, guest conductor

The Tiger – Lauren Bernofsky
This is the Day – Gerald T. Smith
I Had A Paintbox – Z. Randall Stroope
One Voice – Wailin’ Jennys
Sanctus – Andrea Ramsey

REHEARSAL NOTES BY CONDUCTOR (as provided)

7-8 TTB

7-8 SSA

COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT TICKETS

As a member of ACDA-MN, you will receive a complimentary concert ticket to any of the honor choir concerts during any of the three weekend offerings. While at the February concert during the MMEA Mid-Winter Clinic, your clinic badge or ACDA membership card can be presented for free admission.

STUDENT SELECTION CAP

As a policy, the Honor Choir Co-Chairs select and place up to five students per school, per group.  Occasionally, in order to ensure overall high quality of the choir, or in the case of a student withdrawal, more students per school could be selected.  In other words, selected students with qualifying audition scores will be entitled to receive additional consideration, if needed.

STUDENT ATTIRE

please wear your concert attire (black pants) for the day if possible.  Students will receive honor choir t-shirt upon arrival at the morning registration site.

Rehearsals – black pants, comfortable top

Concert – black pants, honor choir t-shirt, black shoes (no high heels recommended)

ADDITIONAL CONCERT TICKETS

Ticket2 ADDITIONAL CONCERT TICKETS may be purchased at a cost of $10 for adults; $5 for students (CHECK or CASH ONLY) at morning registration check-in or ½ hour at the door prior to the performance.

To avoid long lines, parents may conveniently purchase tickets in advance by going to Brown Paper Tickets. Please click here for links to purchase additional tickets .

CONCERT RECORDING

Professional (audio and video) recordings will be made during the performance. One audio CD is included in the cost of the student registration fee. Additional recordings may be ordered and purchased at the concert site. No audio or video recording by concert patrons is allowed.

Order CD and DVD Recordings Online

Download Paper Order Form in PDF

PHOTO ORDERS

During the concert, a representative from LifeTouch Studios will be on hand to take a formal group photo of the honor choir. Please note that photo costs are not included in the student registration fee. Parents may leave order forms and payment with the sales associate at the concert site.

Please do not send photo order forms to the ACDA-MN office.

LIFETOUCH PHOTO ORDER FORM

CONCERT PARKING

Parking is available in any surface lot on the St. Andrew’s campus with no parking fees.

Drop off for handicapped or elderly patrons is available at East Entrance Circle Drive of St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church.

CONCERT DOORS OPENING TIME

Due to needed rehearsal time just prior to the performance, concert patrons will not be permitted into the seating area until ½ hour prior to the concert.

WATER BOTTLES

Students may wish to bring a water bottle clearly marked with their name to the rehearsal location.

MEALS

Students are encouraged to eat a good breakfast prior to your early arrival at the rehearsal site. A mid-morning snack along with a noon lunch will be served. If singers have food allergies, or desire a vegetarian meal, please indicate that information on the Student Registration Form.

Please note that students with gluten-free or vegan diet preferences should BRING THEIR OWN FOOD to honor choir day.

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Congratulations on your child being selected for one of the most prestigious honors in choral music, that of becoming a member of the ACDA-MN State Honor Choir program!

There are two important items for you to accomplish within the next several weeks.

1 — Secure the services of a Notary Public to witness your signing of the Student Registration Form

Student Registration Form

The specific requirement for parents/guardians to secure a notarized signature on the honor choir registration form, ensures that all such signatures are not forged, but are valid, and that the signatories are in agreement with all the conditions and policies presented on the form. It is the only way for ACDA-MN to verify that the signatory is that of the parent/guardian. Notary Publics are located in local banks, government offices, school or district offices, accounting firms, and most UPS stores. There are no fees related to securing a signature of a Notary Public.

2 — Submit payment of $124 by check payable to your child’s institution/school

Return payment and notarized form prior to the posted deadlines to your child’s choral director:

7-8 TTB/SSA Honor Choir Wednesday, November 1

The student registration fee will cover the following expenses: Guest conductor artistic fees and travel expenses, accompanist, instrumentalists, rental of performance and rehearsal facilities, liability insurance, food, T-shirt, CD recording of the concert, two tickets to the concert performance, and administrative support services.

Parents please assist our state honor choir program by monitoring your student’s regular progress in rehearsing and thoroughly preparing the music.

Please see the Rehearsal Track section for the required music.

  • Scholarships are available for Registration Fees. Please see “SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE” section for details.

For More Information
Contact your child’s choral director or seek additional information directly from the ACDA-MN office at: execdirector@acda-mn.org

7-8 HONOR CHOIR WEEKEND

Friday, November 17 and Saturday, November 18

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Country Inn and Suites
3505 Vadnais Center Drive
Vadnais Heights MN 55110

website: countryinns.com
phone: 651-483-1625

Group Discount Rate:
$99.00 per night
mention: “1711ACDAMN” Block Code when making reservations

Cut off date to reserve rooms: November, 3, 2017

Amenities:
15 minutes from St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church Concert Site
Free Wi Fi
Indoor Pool and 90′ Water Slide
Free Breakfast
Air Conditioned
Free Parking
Business Center

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Steven Hoemberg

Mr. Steven J. Hoemberg, Jr. earned his B.A. in Music with concentrations in K-12 Vocal Music Education and Vocal Performance from St. John’s University (MN) in 2001, where he studied vocal performance, choral conducting and vocal pedagogy with Dr. Axel Theimer.

From 2001 to 2016, Hoemberg served as the Director of Choral Activities 7-12 at Staples Motley Public Schools, where he was also a 1997 graduate and a student of Mr. Stan Carlson. In addition to teaching in Staples Motley, he also served as an adjunct faculty member at St. Cloud State University where he directed the SCSU “Husky Men’s Chorus.”  From 2010 to 2016, Hoemberg succeeded Stan Carlson as only the second Director of the Staples Area Men’s Chorus since 1971.  He also has worked as Director of the Staples Area Women’s Chorus and Director/Founder of the Colla Voce Girl’s Choir.  In 2014, Hoemberg was honored with the Community Arts Leadership Award by the Five Wings Arts Council.  In 2015, Hoemberg became a member of the VoiceCare Network, from which he was given the “Larry Award” in recognition of outstanding service and contribution to the organization.

As a member of the Minnesota Music Educator’s Association (MMEA) Hoemberg has served on the board of directors the Middle Level Chair, as an All-State Section Leader, and as a Region Representative.  He is also a member of the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) of Minnesota. Hoemberg is quite passionate about teaching, especially the areas of human compatible learning, adolescent changing male voices, and strategies for making sight-singing simple and relevant.  He is a frequent presenter throughout the region, including twice at the MMEA Mid-Winter Clinic, the Minnesota ACDA Summer Dialogue, and the North Dakota ACDA State Conference.  Most recently (’16), he served as the middle school boys choir clinician at Wartburg College’s “Real Men Sing” festival.

Hoemberg’s choirs have performed at the MMEA Mid-Winter Clinic (’06, ’08, ’16) and the ACDA of MN Fall Convention (’15).  Under Hoemberg’s leadership, SMHS singers and the Staples Area Men’s Chorus enjoyed collaborative performances with such well-known groups as The Singers–Minnesota Choral Artists, The Great Northern Union, and Cantus.  A career highlight for him occurred in December of 2013, when he led an 8-ensemble, multi-generational and four-community, collaborative performance of Vivaldi’s Gloria.

In the spring of 2016, Hoemberg decided to shift his career path slightly when he began working full time as a truck driver and heavy equipment operator for JL Trucking, Excavating, and Grading (Staples, MN). Additionally, he also works as an adjunct instructor for Central Lakes College (Staples, MN) in the Heavy Equipment Operations and Maintenance Department. He has also worked toward a Master’s Degree in Music Education through North Dakota State University (NDSU).

It is a core belief for Hoemberg that every human deserves the opportunity to experience singing, regardless of age or ability, and most importantly, that a safe and supportive learning environment is the most important element of education. Although his life is quite busy with varied teaching responsibilities, Hoemberg still finds time to occasionally sing as a soloist.

 

Steven Hoemberg

Mr. Steven J. Hoemberg, Jr. earned his B.A. in Music with concentrations in K-12 Vocal Music Education and Vocal Performance from St. John’s University (MN) in 2001, where he studied vocal performance, choral conducting and vocal pedagogy with Dr. Axel Theimer.

From 2001 to 2016, Hoemberg served as the Director of Choral Activities 7-12 at Staples Motley Public Schools, where he was also a 1997 graduate and a student of Mr. Stan Carlson. In addition to teaching in Staples Motley, he also served as an adjunct faculty member at St. Cloud State University where he directed the SCSU “Husky Men’s Chorus.”  From 2010 to 2016, Hoemberg succeeded Stan Carlson as only the second Director of the Staples Area Men’s Chorus since 1971.  He also has worked as Director of the Staples Area Women’s Chorus and Director/Founder of the Colla Voce Girl’s Choir.  In 2014, Hoemberg was honored with the Community Arts Leadership Award by the Five Wings Arts Council.  In 2015, Hoemberg became a member of the VoiceCare Network, from which he was given the “Larry Award” in recognition of outstanding service and contribution to the organization.

As a member of the Minnesota Music Educator’s Association (MMEA) Hoemberg has served on the board of directors the Middle Level Chair, as an All-State Section Leader, and as a Region Representative.  He is also a member of the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) of Minnesota. Hoemberg is quite passionate about teaching, especially the areas of human compatible learning, adolescent changing male voices, and strategies for making sight-singing simple and relevant.  He is a frequent presenter throughout the region, including twice at the MMEA Mid-Winter Clinic, the Minnesota ACDA Summer Dialogue, and the North Dakota ACDA State Conference.  Most recently (’16), he served as the middle school boys choir clinician at Wartburg College’s “Real Men Sing” festival.

Hoemberg’s choirs have performed at the MMEA Mid-Winter Clinic (’06, ’08, ’16) and the ACDA of MN Fall Convention (’15).  Under Hoemberg’s leadership, SMHS singers and the Staples Area Men’s Chorus enjoyed collaborative performances with such well-known groups as The Singers–Minnesota Choral Artists, The Great Northern Union, and Cantus.  A career highlight for him occurred in December of 2013, when he led an 8-ensemble, multi-generational and four-community, collaborative performance of Vivaldi’s Gloria.

In the spring of 2016, Hoemberg decided to shift his career path slightly when he began working full time as a truck driver and heavy equipment operator for JL Trucking, Excavating, and Grading (Staples, MN). Additionally, he also works as an adjunct instructor for Central Lakes College (Staples, MN) in the Heavy Equipment Operations and Maintenance Department. He has also worked toward a Master’s Degree in Music Education through North Dakota State University (NDSU).

It is a core belief for Hoemberg that every human deserves the opportunity to experience singing, regardless of age or ability, and most importantly, that a safe and supportive learning environment is the most important element of education. Although his life is quite busy with varied teaching responsibilities, Hoemberg still finds time to occasionally sing as a soloist.

 

Andrea Ramsey

Dr. Andrea Ramsey enjoys a national presence as a composer, conductor, scholar, and music educator. Her teaching experiences range from work with adolescent and children’s voices to high school and collegiate voices. She enjoys regular opportunities to conduct all-state and divisional level honor choirs, festival events at Carnegie Hall, and serves as a principal conductor for the Pacific International Young Women’s Choral Festival in Eugene, Oregon. Before leaping into full time composing and guest conducting, Andrea held positions in choral music education and conducting at The Ohio State University, and the University of Colorado Boulder, respectively. An ASCAPlus award-winning composer, Andrea has approximately 90 choral works in publication and believes strongly in supporting living artists through the creation of new works.

Her compositions have led to residency collaborations with the Allegro Choirs of Kansas City, Ithaca College, and the Crescent City Choral Festival in New Orleans. As a scholar, she has presented for state, divisional, and national conventions of the American Choral Directors Association, the 6th Annual International Symposium on Sociology in Music Education, and at the Phenomenon of Singing Symposium in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada. She has authored and co-authored articles published in the Choral Journal, as well as the Journal of Research in Music Education. A native of Arkansas, she has experienced in her own life the power of music to provide a sense of community, better understanding of our humanity, and rich opportunities for self-discovery.

 

Andrea Ramsey

Dr. Andrea Ramsey enjoys a national presence as a composer, conductor, scholar, and music educator. Her teaching experiences range from work with adolescent and children’s voices to high school and collegiate voices. She enjoys regular opportunities to conduct all-state and divisional level honor choirs, festival events at Carnegie Hall, and serves as a principal conductor for the Pacific International Young Women’s Choral Festival in Eugene, Oregon. Before leaping into full time composing and guest conducting, Andrea held positions in choral music education and conducting at The Ohio State University, and the University of Colorado Boulder, respectively. An ASCAPlus award-winning composer, Andrea has approximately 90 choral works in publication and believes strongly in supporting living artists through the creation of new works.

Her compositions have led to residency collaborations with the Allegro Choirs of Kansas City, Ithaca College, and the Crescent City Choral Festival in New Orleans. As a scholar, she has presented for state, divisional, and national conventions of the American Choral Directors Association, the 6th Annual International Symposium on Sociology in Music Education, and at the Phenomenon of Singing Symposium in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada. She has authored and co-authored articles published in the Choral Journal, as well as the Journal of Research in Music Education. A native of Arkansas, she has experienced in her own life the power of music to provide a sense of community, better understanding of our humanity, and rich opportunities for self-discovery.

 

GET ADDITIONAL CONCERT TICKETS

 BPT_pinAdditional concert tickets may be purchased at a cost of $10 for adults; $5 for students (CHECK or CASH ONLY) at morning registration check‐in or ½ hour at the door prior to the performance.

To avoid long lines, parents may conveniently purchase tickets in advance by going to Brown Paper Tickets website to each of the following links for specific Choir:

4-5-6 CONCERT TICKETS

http://20184-5-6honorchoir.brownpapertickets.com/

7-8 CONCERT TICKETS

http://20177-8honorchoir.brownpapertickets.com/

9-10 CONCERT TICKETS

http://20189-10HonorChoir.BrownPaperTickets.com

 

GET ADDITIONAL CONCERT TICKETS

 BPT_pinAdditional concert tickets may be purchased at a cost of $10 for adults; $5 for students (CHECK or CASH ONLY) at morning registration check‐in or ½ hour at the door prior to the performance.

To avoid long lines, parents may conveniently purchase tickets in advance by going to Brown Paper Tickets website to each of the following links for specific Choir:

4-5-6 CONCERT TICKETS

http://20184-5-6honorchoir.brownpapertickets.com/

7-8 CONCERT TICKETS

http://20177-8honorchoir.brownpapertickets.com/

9-10 CONCERT TICKETS

http://20189-10HonorChoir.BrownPaperTickets.com

 

General Honor Choirs Staff Contact

PRIMARY CONTACT:

Kristin Kivell

Executive Assistant
Phone: 507-645-8691
Email: execassist@acda-mn.org

OTHER CONTACT:

Bruce W. Becker

Executive Director
Phone: 952-270-7489
Email: execdirector@acda-mn.org

7-8 TTB Choir Specific Contact

PRIMARY CONTACT

Reid Larson

Cottage Grove Middle School
Phone: 952-200-8887
Email: rlarsen1@sowashco.org

OTHER CONTACT

Brandon Nordhues

Sartell High School

7-8 SSA Choir Specific Contact

PRIMARY CONTACT

Katie Irvin

Hopkins High School
Phone: 763-458-1979
Email: katiesirvinsings@gmail.com

OTHER CONTACT

Megan Cox

Black Hawk Middle School
Eastview High School

 

4-5-6 Boys Choir Specific Contact

PRIMARY CONTACT

Ben Henschel

Honor Choir Co-Chair
Blake Upper School
Phone: 952-988-3759
Email: ben.henschel@acda-mn.org

OTHER CONTACT

Kelly Newell

Honor Choir Co-Chair
Mound Westonka High School

 

4-5-6 Girls Choir Specific Contact

PRIMARY CONTACT

Zan Thrasher

Honor Choir Co-Chair
Howard Lake Waverly Winsted Public Schools
Phone: 320-543-3900 x4216
Email: athrasher@hlww.k12.mn.us

OTHER CONTACT

Jennifer Hazen

Honor Choir Co-Chair
  Minnetonka East Middle School

 

7-8 TTB Choir Specific Contact

PRIMARY CONTACT

Reid Larson

Cottage Grove Middle School
Phone: 952-200-8887
Email: rlarsen1@sowashco.org

OTHER CONTACT

Brandon Nordhues

Sartell High School

7-8 SSA Choir Specific Contact

PRIMARY CONTACT

Katie Irvin

Hopkins High School
Phone: 763-458-1979
Email: katiesirvinsings@gmail.com

OTHER CONTACT

Megan Cox

Black Hawk Middle School
Eastview High School

 

9-10 SSAA Choir Specific Contact

PRIMARY CONTACT

Laura Odden

Honor Choir Co-Chair
Milaca High School
Phone: 320-982-7303
Email: laura.odden@milaca.k12.mn.us

OTHER CONTACT

Wendy Suoja

Honor Choir Co-Chair
  White Bear Lake Area High School,
North Campus

 

9-10 SATB Choir Specific Contact

PRIMARY CONTACT

Kyle Eastman

Honor Choir Co-Chair
Northfield High School
Phone: 507-645-3402
Email: keastman@northfieldschools.org

OTHER CONTACT

Sarah Gilbertson

Honor Choir Co-Chair
Chanhassen High School