Each year, the best vocal and instrumental high school musicians from around the country audition for the opportunity to work with Concordia’s music department students and faculty in clinics and rehearsals during the university’s Musical Arts Day. Singers and instrumentalists receive a full day of high energy, focused rehearsing and acclaimed performances. Participants work closely with Concordia music faculty and students throughout a entire day that culminates with a concert featuring performances by the high school honor choir and band, selected soloists, and members of Concordia’s University A Cappella Choir and University Symphonic Band.
Congratulations to Fairbury’s own Jayson Klaumann for his acceptance into the Concordia Musical Arts Day Honor Choir! Jayson was one of 132 students from around the country selected from nearly 300 auditionees. Jayson will join students from Nebraska, Texas, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Colorado on Friday, October 26th for a day of intensive musical rehearsals before a culminating performance at 6:30pm in the arena at the Walz Human Performance Center on the Concordia University campus.