WELCOME TO THE HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR WEB PAGE!
If you'd like to contact me, here is my school information:
Diane Dangerfield - (608)437-2400 X 2108 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mount Horeb High School
305 South Eighth Street
Mount Horeb, WI 53572
and my home information:
207 South Fourth Street
I was pleased with everyone's efforts in the Pop Concert! Good job getting everything memorized! It made the concert more musical and meaningful!!
THE SPRING CONCERT
Our final concert of the school year is on Monday, March 18 at 7:30 pm.
This link will give you the high school choir events for this school year. Choir Calendar
To see the entire high school/middle school music department schedule, go to the first music page of the district website.
STATE HONORS CHOIR AUDITIONS
Students who are auditioning for the Wisconsin State Honors Choir at Middleton High School on Saturday, February 14, should set up a rehearsal time with Miss Dangerfield. Vocal students will need to sing a Class A or B solo from the WSMA Solo/Ensemble list. They can use the solo they sang last year, or the one they are preparing for this year. Students will also need to sing back 5-note patterns after hearing them played on a piano. They will also need to sight-read melodies with 4/4 and 6/8 time signatures. The WSMA website also has a link to audio examples for people who have Smart Music capabilities on their home computers.
Our State Solo/Ensemble Festival will be held at UW-Platteville on Saturday, April 25.
"Big Apple" MUSIC TRIP
MHHS music department students have the opportunity to go on a trip of their choosing two times during their high school careers. June 2015 will be our next music trip - and this year's music students have selected New York City as their destination.
We will depart on Saturday, June 13 and return on Friday, June 19. Attractions include: Rockefeller Center, Union Station, Ellis Island, Statue of Liberty, the 9/11 Memorial, Wall Street, Times Square, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Central Park, a dinner cruise and musical theatre! The students chose "Phantom of the Opera" and "Aladdin" as their Broadway shows. This should provide an interesting contrast!
It won't be long now!!!