The following students made it into the LLMEA County Chorus. Auditions were September 24 and the County Chorus Festival will take place on January 21.
LLMEA County Chorus is a high school chorus made up of 200-240 students from school districts in Lancaster and Lebanon counties. Students must audition to be a part of this group and there are often over 500 students who audition.
The County Chorus Festival is the day all 200 students who made it into the chorus get together and rehearse and then present a concert, conducted by a guest conductor who is usually a conductor of a college/university choir. It is a great opportunity for students who work hard in chorus. These students get to sing with some other great high school singers and work with a college conductor. The Festival this year will be Saturday, January 21 at Lampeter-Strasburg HS and the guest conductor will be Dr. John Paul Johnson, professor of Music Education at Wichita State University.