10 USD 410 vocalists picked for KMEA

All students that have participated in state honor choirs during choral director Lynn Just?s tenure at Hillsboro have signed the ?All-State? shirt. Currently, there are 50 signatures, 11 of those with multiple years in a state honor group. Pictured are: front, Caleb Rempel; standing (from left) Jenna Hinerman, Eva Franz and Grace Major. Courtesy photo

All students that have participated in state honor choirs during choral director Lynn Just?s tenure at Hillsboro have signed the ?All-State? shirt. Currently, there are 50 signatures, 11 of those with multiple years in a state honor group.  Pictured are: front (from left), Josiah Melton, Vance  Klassen; back row, Claire Heyen, Joyann Dirks, Taytum Miller and Daniele Melton. Courtesy photo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ten students from USD 410 have been selected to perform in state honor groups this week at the Kansas Music Educators Associa?tion in-service workshops.

Eighth-grade students Eva Franz, Jenna Hinerman, Grace Major and

Caleb Rempel, along with freshman Josiah Melton, were selected by audition to sing with the Kansas Choral Directors Association

All-State Treble Chorus under the direction of Meridith Bowen.

These students will participate in a one-day rehearsal culminating in a concert at 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 27, in Century II in Wichita.

Seniors Joyann Dirks, Claire Heyen and Daniele Mel?ton, junior Taytum Miller, and sophomore Vance Klassen were selected by audition to sing with the KMEA All-State Honor Choir, the top group for 10th through 12th-grade students.

All-State choir students rehearse three days with director Brad Holmes of Millikin University in Decatur, Ill., with a concert performed at 1:15 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28, in Century II. Tickets for both concerts are $7 and can be purchased through WichitaTIX.com.

More from Hillsboro Free Press
Trivia questions revealed
I owe Gari-Anne Patzwald an apology and a mention in my column....
Read More