Guest Conductor: Eugene Rogers, assoc. director of choirs, University of Michigan
Deadline for registration: Friday, Sept. 16, 2016 REGISTER TODAY ONLINE
Teachers are asked to nominate advanced singers in balanced quartets only, schools may send up to 5 quartets.
Music will be mailed to teachers/conductors upon receipt of completed application. Students should be familiar with the music. If applications are received less than two weeks prior to the festival music will have to be picked up from the Office of Public Events, University of Puget Sound
Students and teacher/conductors will be provided with a complimentary lunch on Friday, Sept. 30. Lunch will be on your own Saturday, Oct. 1
Honor Choir Festival will close with a complimentary public performance, Saturday, Oct. 1, at 4 p.m. in Schneebeck Concert Hall.
Concert attire for the final performance will be your school's concert attire. Each student is to bring a black folder for the concert.
Final performance CDs may be ordered for $15 each. CD order forms will be included in the music mailing.
Cost for two-day festival is $35 per student, nonrefundable. Substitution is possible but note that the new student’s name may not be able to appear in the printed concert program.
An invoice for the workshop fee will be emailed to you upon registration.
Payment of fees may be made by credit card or check. For credit card payment call the Office of Public Events 253.879.3555. Checks should be made payable to University of Puget Sound and sent to:
Office of Public Events, University of Puget Sound, 1500 N. Warner St. #1066, Tacoma, WA, 98416-1066.
Gloria in excelsis, F. Haydn/Robinson (Alfred Publishing)
Fair Phyllis, ed. Casey Rule
Carrickfergus, arr. Caldwell and Ivory (piano and oboe) SATB version
Ni jina gani, Israel Kagaruki/arr. Rogers (Hal Leonard) (with percussion)
Shenandoah, arr. Dilworth (Hal Leonard)
O Dan Tucker, arr. Leavitt (fiddle and double bass) (Hal Leonard)
Contact Office of Public Events, 253.879.3555 or email@example.com