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9-10 SSAA & SATB Honor Choirs — 2017-18 Select

Thursday, February 22, 2018

ACDA-MN STATE HONOR CHOIRS

DATE: Thursday, February 22, 2018

CONCERT TIME: 5:30 PM

REHEARSAL LOCATION: Plymouth Congregational Church, 1900 Nicollet Ave S, Minneapolis

CONCERT LOCATION: Main Auditorium, Minneapolis Convention Center

GUEST CONDUCTORS:

JENNAYA ROBINSON
Luther College
Decorah IA
9-10 SSAA Honor Choir

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JONATHAN TALBERG
California State University
Long Beach CA
9-10 SATB Honor Choir

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STATE 9-10 SSAA HONOR CHOIR

Thursday, February 22, 2018
Rehearsal: Plymouth Congregational Church
Concert: Minneapolis Convention Center
(schedule subject to change)

7:30 - 8:00 AMStudent On-Site Registration/Seating
Guild Hall
8:00 - 9:30 AMRehearsal #1
9:30 - 9:45 AMBreak
9:45 - 10:30 AMRehearsal #2 - Sectionals
Chapel/Fireside
Children Choir Room
10:30 AM - 12:15 PMRehearsal #3
12:15 - 1:00 PMLunch
1:00 - 3:00 PMRehearsal #4
3:00 - 3:30 PMBoard buses/transfer to Mpls Convention Center (in concert attire)
3:30 - 4:00 PMStage Check/Rehearsal #5
4:00 - 4:15 PMPhotograph
4:15 - 5:15 PMHomeroom/Prepare for concert (no rehearsal)
5:15 PMSeating of SSAA honor choir in Auditorium
5:30 - 6:30 PMCombined 9-10 SSAA & SATB Concert
(performance order: SATB & SSAA)
Download 9-10 SSAA Schedule in PDF – Rev 1.26.18

STATE 9-10 SATB HONOR CHOIR

Thursday, February 22, 2018
Rehearsal: Plymouth Congregational Church
Concert: Minneapolis Convention Center
(schedule subject to change)

7:30 - 8:00 AMStudent On-Site Registration/Seating
Sanctuary
8:00 - 8:45 AMRehearsal #1
8:45 - 9:45 AMRehearsal #2 - Sectionals
Chapel/Fireside
Children Choir Room
9:45 - 10:00 AMBreak
10:00 - 11:30 AMRehearsal #3
11:30 AM - 12:15 PMLunch
12:15 - 2:15 PMRehearsal #4
2:15 - 2:30 PMBreak
2:30 - 3:30 PMRehearsal #5
3:30 - 4:00 PMBoard buses/transfer to Mpls Convention Center Auditorium (in concert attire)
4:15 - 4:30 PMPhotograph
4:30 - 5:15 PMStage Check/Rehearsal #6
5:15 PMPre-Concert Positions
Doors open to public
5:30 - 6:30 PMCombined 9-10 SSAA & SATB Concert
(performance order: SATB and SSAA)
DOWNLOAD 9-10 SATB SCHEDULE IN PDF – Rev 1.26.18

SELECT TIMELINE

9-10 SSAA & SATB

Tuesday, November 14 — Directors Notified

Friday, November 24 — Scholarship Applications Due

Wednesday, December 6 — 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 Dates:

9-10 Honor Choirs: Friday, November 24

Online Application Form
Print Application Form

2016 Honor Choirs Group Photos

2015 Honor Choirs Performance Video Clips

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, November 24

Teacher / Directors Return Registration Forms and Online Payment by:  Wednesday, December 6

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:

9-10 SSAA
Jennaya Robinson, guest conductor

9-10 SATB
Jonathan Talberg, guest conductor

REHEARSAL NOTES BY CONDUCTOR (as provided)

9-10 SSAA Notes (PDF)

9-10 SATB Notes (PDF)

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

Click Here for Minneapolis Convention Parking Information

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.

ACDA-MN-Short-NoText-181x75-RichBlkCongratulations 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:

9-10 SSAA/SATB Honor Choir Wednesday, December 6

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

9-10 HONOR CHOIR

Wednesday, February 21 and Thursday, February 22

Holiday Inn Express
225 South 11th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55403

Website

Phone:  612.341.3300
Toll Free:  800.870.0114

Rates:
Single: $95.00 Plus Tax
Double/Triple/Quad: $99 plus tax
Includes full breakfast

Cut off date to reserve rooms: February 5, 2018

Parking available across street: $15

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Jennaya Robison

Jennaya Robison is in demand as a conductor, clinician, and soprano throughout the United States. Prior to coming to Luther College, she was the Artistic Director of Scottsdale Musical Arts, a multi-generational organization comprised of a professional orchestra and choir as well as children’s choirs and youth orchestras. She also served as Director of Music Ministry at La Casa de Cristo Lutheran Church, the largest Lutheran church in Arizona. She has held faculty and teaching positions at the University of Arizona, Luther College, and the University of New Mexico. She has conducted orchestras at the University of Arizona, Luther College, and as well as community orchestras in Tucson and Phoenix, Arizona. From 2002-2005 she served as Guest Alumni Lecturer at Luther College where she taught voice and conducted Cantorei. As a public school educator, she served as Director of Choral Activities at Eagan High School in Eagan, Minnesota and Director of Choral and General Music at Nora Springs-Rock Falls Community Schools in Nora Springs, Iowa.

As a soprano, she made her debut in 2010 with the Tucson Symphony in Handel's Messiah and has sung as a soloist with the Arizona Opera, Scottsdale Arts Orchestra, Scottsdale Symphony, St. Andrews Bach Society, Tucson Chamber Artists, Phoenix Youth Symphony, Tucson Masterworks Chorale, University of Arizona Choirs and Symphony Orchestra, Rochester Choral Arts, Chamber Orchestra of Albuquerque, Luther College Symphony Orchestra and has held leading roles in operas in Iowa and New Mexico. Most recent projects include Brahms' Ein Deutsches Requiem with the Tucson Chamber Artists, Rossini's Stabat Mater, Barber's Knoxville: Summer of 1915, and the Rifkin edition of the Mass in b minor by J.S. Bach where her performance with Steven Moeckel, concertmaster for the Phoenix Symphony, was heralded as having "brilliant coloratura" by the Tucson Daily Star. She has sung as a member of the Dale Warland Singers in Minneapolis, Minnesota under the direction of Dale Warland, Las Cantantes under the direction of Bradley Ellingboe, and in the Nordic Choir of Luther College under the direction of Weston Noble.

Her primary area of research is in the field of vocal health within the choral ensemble. Her dissertation topic includes the use of choral pivoting to alleviate tension in the choral ensemble in the Messe pour double choeur a cappella by Frank Martin. She has presented lectures and workshops on vocal health in the choral setting at state ACDA conventions and was the keynote speaker for the Arizona NATS convention in 2012. She has been an invited conductor and clinician at numerous festivals including the Cantaremos Honor Choirs of Arizona, Eastern Arizona Honor Choir, Tuning at Tahoe, Summer Sing at Lake Tahoe, Northeastern Iowa Honor Choir, and Dorian Junior Festival at Luther College, and Let’s Sing! festival in Chicago, Illinois. She will present an interest session at the North Central ACDA conference in 2014 focusing on balancing tonal colors within the choral ensemble.

Her teachers include Bruce Chamberlain, Elizabeth Schauer, Weston Noble, Bradley Ellingboe, Timothy Peter, Richard Nace, Kristin Dauphinais, Mary Kay Schmidt, and Claudia Kennedy.

 

Jennaya Robison

Jennaya Robison is in demand as a conductor, clinician, and soprano throughout the United States. Prior to coming to Luther College, she was the Artistic Director of Scottsdale Musical Arts, a multi-generational organization comprised of a professional orchestra and choir as well as children’s choirs and youth orchestras. She also served as Director of Music Ministry at La Casa de Cristo Lutheran Church, the largest Lutheran church in Arizona. She has held faculty and teaching positions at the University of Arizona, Luther College, and the University of New Mexico. She has conducted orchestras at the University of Arizona, Luther College, and as well as community orchestras in Tucson and Phoenix, Arizona. From 2002-2005 she served as Guest Alumni Lecturer at Luther College where she taught voice and conducted Cantorei. As a public school educator, she served as Director of Choral Activities at Eagan High School in Eagan, Minnesota and Director of Choral and General Music at Nora Springs-Rock Falls Community Schools in Nora Springs, Iowa.

As a soprano, she made her debut in 2010 with the Tucson Symphony in Handel's Messiah and has sung as a soloist with the Arizona Opera, Scottsdale Arts Orchestra, Scottsdale Symphony, St. Andrews Bach Society, Tucson Chamber Artists, Phoenix Youth Symphony, Tucson Masterworks Chorale, University of Arizona Choirs and Symphony Orchestra, Rochester Choral Arts, Chamber Orchestra of Albuquerque, Luther College Symphony Orchestra and has held leading roles in operas in Iowa and New Mexico. Most recent projects include Brahms' Ein Deutsches Requiem with the Tucson Chamber Artists, Rossini's Stabat Mater, Barber's Knoxville: Summer of 1915, and the Rifkin edition of the Mass in b minor by J.S. Bach where her performance with Steven Moeckel, concertmaster for the Phoenix Symphony, was heralded as having "brilliant coloratura" by the Tucson Daily Star. She has sung as a member of the Dale Warland Singers in Minneapolis, Minnesota under the direction of Dale Warland, Las Cantantes under the direction of Bradley Ellingboe, and in the Nordic Choir of Luther College under the direction of Weston Noble.

Her primary area of research is in the field of vocal health within the choral ensemble. Her dissertation topic includes the use of choral pivoting to alleviate tension in the choral ensemble in the Messe pour double choeur a cappella by Frank Martin. She has presented lectures and workshops on vocal health in the choral setting at state ACDA conventions and was the keynote speaker for the Arizona NATS convention in 2012. She has been an invited conductor and clinician at numerous festivals including the Cantaremos Honor Choirs of Arizona, Eastern Arizona Honor Choir, Tuning at Tahoe, Summer Sing at Lake Tahoe, Northeastern Iowa Honor Choir, and Dorian Junior Festival at Luther College, and Let’s Sing! festival in Chicago, Illinois. She will present an interest session at the North Central ACDA conference in 2014 focusing on balancing tonal colors within the choral ensemble.

Her teachers include Bruce Chamberlain, Elizabeth Schauer, Weston Noble, Bradley Ellingboe, Timothy Peter, Richard Nace, Kristin Dauphinais, Mary Kay Schmidt, and Claudia Kennedy.

 

Jonathan Talberg

Dr. Jonathan Talberg serves as Director of Choral, Vocal, and Opera Studies at the Bob Cole Conservatory at California State University, Long Beach where he is conductor of the 2016-2017 "Choir of the World"—the Bob Cole Conservatory Chamber Choir. His ensembles have performed with groups as diverse as the Kronos Quartet, the Los Angeles Master Chorale and the Rolling Stones. He has lead All-State choral concerts from Oregon to Maine, and has performed in various venues throughout Europe and Asia, including the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s and St. Mark’s Basilicas in Italy, the Karlskirche in Vienna, the Matyas Templom in Budapest, and at the Great Hall of the People in China.

In constant demand as a guest conductor, he has worked with all levels of singers—from elementary to professional—throughout the United States, Asia and Europe. In addition to his work at the Bob Cole Conservatory, Dr. Talberg is Music Director at First Congregational Church of Los Angeles, where he conducts both the Cathedral Choir and the Cathedral Singers, a 16-voice professional chamber choir that sings weekly in service.  Dr. Talberg is the recipient of the 2015 President’s Award from the California Music Educators Association, "honoring extraordinary accomplishments in music education."

Prior to his appointment at CSULB in 2000, He is a past-president of the California Chapter of the ACDA.

Dr. Talberg received his BM in Choral Conducting from Chapman University, where he received the Outstanding Alumnus in the Arts award in 2014. He earned his MM and DMA in Choral Conducting from the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music and completed a post-doctoral fellowship with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Pops, and the May Festival Chorus. His conducting teachers include Roger Wagner, William Hall, Earl Rivers, John Leman and Elmer Thomas.

Jonathan Talberg

Dr. Jonathan Talberg serves as Director of Choral, Vocal, and Opera Studies at the Bob Cole Conservatory at California State University, Long Beach where he is conductor of the 2016-2017 "Choir of the World"—the Bob Cole Conservatory Chamber Choir. His ensembles have performed with groups as diverse as the Kronos Quartet, the Los Angeles Master Chorale and the Rolling Stones. He has lead All-State choral concerts from Oregon to Maine, and has performed in various venues throughout Europe and Asia, including the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s and St. Mark’s Basilicas in Italy, the Karlskirche in Vienna, the Matyas Templom in Budapest, and at the Great Hall of the People in China.

In constant demand as a guest conductor, he has worked with all levels of singers—from elementary to professional—throughout the United States, Asia and Europe. In addition to his work at the Bob Cole Conservatory, Dr. Talberg is Music Director at First Congregational Church of Los Angeles, where he conducts both the Cathedral Choir and the Cathedral Singers, a 16-voice professional chamber choir that sings weekly in service.  Dr. Talberg is the recipient of the 2015 President’s Award from the California Music Educators Association, "honoring extraordinary accomplishments in music education."

Prior to his appointment at CSULB in 2000, He is a past-president of the California Chapter of the ACDA.

Dr. Talberg received his BM in Choral Conducting from Chapman University, where he received the Outstanding Alumnus in the Arts award in 2014. He earned his MM and DMA in Choral Conducting from the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music and completed a post-doctoral fellowship with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Pops, and the May Festival Chorus. His conducting teachers include Roger Wagner, William Hall, Earl Rivers, John Leman and Elmer Thomas.

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

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

 

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