Passes/tickets available for HHS/HMS singers performing KMEA KMEA

The Hillsboro High School Concert Choir will be performing Friday, Feb. 24, during the Kansas Music Educators Convention in Wichita.

The 62-member choir was chosen through an audition process of choirs from across the state. The performance program includes songs in Latin, French, Indonesian, African, and English.

The public is invited to attend the performance at 9 a.m. in the Mary Jane Teall Theatre inside Century II. Free guest passes can be obtained beginning at 7:30 a.m. Friday in the connecting lobby between Century II Concert Hall and the Expo Center/Hyatt at the KMEA on-site registration area. Sign in at the guest pass table and let them know which group you are there to hear.

The guest pass allows for access to all performances and the convention booths on Friday.

Also singing at the convention in the Middle Level State Honor Choir are freshmen Riley Loewen, Daniele Melton, Caleb Bettles and Graham Pankratz.

The Middle Level Honor Choir performance is at 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24, in the Century II Concert Hall. Tickets are $7 and can be purchased from wichitatix.com or at the door.

HHS senior Olivia Kliewer will be making her third appearance with the KMEA State Honor Choir. She will be presented with a three-year medal to wear during her performance.

This upper-level honor choir will perform at 1:15 p.m. Satur?day, Feb. 25 in the Century II Concert Hall. Tickets are $7.

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