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Sing Around Nebraska

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. 1. Student must be able to sing on pitch consistently.
  2. 2. Student must maintain a musical part.
  3. 3. Student must be willing to spend extra time learning and memorizing music before the festival.
  4. 4. Student must exhibit self-discipline.
  5. 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.

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