The 12th Biannual Sing Around Nebraska Festival
The music teacher in each school may select 2-10 students from grades 4-6 to participate in the festival, using these guidelines: (If there is more than one music teacher in your school, each music teacher may select singers).
- 1. Student must be able to sing on pitch consistently.
- 2. Student must maintain a musical part.
- 3. Student must be willing to spend extra time learning and memorizing music before the festival.
- 4. Student must exhibit self-discipline.
- 5. Student must sing in the treble vocal range.
There will be eleven sites:
- 1. Fremont, January 25, 2014, Fremont High School Auditorium
- 2. Scottsbluff, February 1, 2014, Site TBA
- 3. Lincoln, February 1, 2014, St. Mark’s United Methodist Church
- 4. Central City, February 1, 2014, Central City PAC
- 5. Grand Island, February 8, 2014, Grand Island Senior High
- 6. Pierce, February 15, 2014, Pierce Public Schools
- 7 Omaha, February 8, 2014, Grace University
- 8. Kearney, February 22, 2014, Merryman Performing Arts Center
- 9. Bartlett, February 22, 2014, Wheeler Central Schools
- 10. Lexington, February 22, 2014, Lexington Middle School
- 11. Hershey, February 22, 2014, Hershey Public Schools
For more information, click here.
The Sing Around Nebraska choirs offer a number of benefits:
- SAN provides students with an exciting and quality choral experience with other students from their festival area.
- SAN provides an opportunity for honor music students who are ready for more challenging music to work with a renowned clinician.
- SAN provides music teachers an opportunity to observe and learn from the clinician working with the students and an opportunity to collaborate with other music teachers.
- SAN provides the opportunity for students to sing quality children’s choral repertoire, and helps school districts build a music library of such music.