Student selected for honor choir
Junior Chloe Stewart has been selected as the only singer from Kansas to be on the National Association for Music Education National Honor Choir.
Stewart thinks that it will give her the opportunity to meet new people.
“I am really excited to meet kids from different states that like to do the same things that I do,” Stewart said.
The choir will be rehearsing at the Marriott hotel in Baltimore, Md. from Thursday, June 21-Sunday, June 24. They will be performing at the John F. Kennedy Performing Arts Center in Washington D.C.
There were 149 students selected for this choir from the nation and all will be directed by associate professor of music education and choral conducting at Michigan State University Sandra Snow.
Stewart feels that there will be a lot of rehearsing for the performance.
“I think that the most difficult thing is that there will be a lot of rehearsing, so it is going to be really tiring,” Stewart said. “Other than that, I am looking forward to it.”