Lakeland College Choirs to visit Iowa, Wisconsin churches
Student Life - posted on 3/22/2006
The voices of Lakeland College's music department will be on display during Lakeland's annual spring choir tour.
Two Lakeland groups - the Concert Choir and the Lakeland Singers - will be making five stops throughout Iowa and Wisconsin. They are both under the direction of Janet Herrick, associate professor of choral music and director of the choirs at Lakeland College.
This year's schedule includes performances at:
April 5 - Zion United Church of Christ, Waukon, Iowa, 7:45 p.m.
April 6 - Gladbrook Peace UCC, Gladbrook, Iowa, 7 p.m.
April 7 - First Congregational UCC, Dubuque, Iowa, 7 p.m.
April 8 - Greendale Community UCC, Greendale, 7 p.m.
April 9 - Bethel-Bethany UCC, Milwaukee, 10 a.m.
The group is accompanied by Arthur Johnson, assistant professor of music and college pianist.
The Concert Choir is one of three choral ensembles at Lakeland. The Concert Choir has performed at the 1996 and 1999 Wisconsin Choral Directors Association Conferences, and regularly performs with the Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra.
The Lakeland Singers is an auditioned fellowship ensemble dedicated to singing music for Lakeland chapel services and area church services. Membership in the Singers is open to all students at Lakeland, regardless of major.
Founded in 1862 as Mission House College by German immigrants, Lakeland is a vibrant four-year liberal arts college whose principal campus is located in Sheboygan County. Lakeland is fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
The college serves over 4,000 students, including 915 students in its undergraduate campus-based day program, approximately 1,700 at its seven Kellett School Centers for Adult Education located throughout Wisconsin and over 600 students in its electronically-delivered online program.
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