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4-5-6 Honor Choir
Participation Information

Registration is now closed.

 

T-shirt, 1 lunch, and rehearsal tracks will be provided

Students are responsible for purchasing/providing their own music.

SCHEDULE

University Plaza Convention Center

Georgia/Arizona rooms

8:00-9:00am  Registration

9:00-10:45am  Rehearsal

11:00am-11:45pm  Provided lunch at First & Calvary Church gym

12:15-2:00pm  Rehearsal at UPCC

2:00pm Change clothes at UP Hotel

3:00pm-4:15pm Dress rehearsal at UP Hotel

4:15pm  Line up for performance 

4:30pm  Performance at University Plaza Hotel

Questions??

Contact: Krystal Rasmussen or Abbey Ordway krystal.rasmussen@lps53.org

Aordway@fulton58.org

MCDA 4-5-6
Summer Honor Choir

July 16, 2024

University Plaza Hotel, Springfield, MO

Event Information

  • Open to students who have completed grades 4, 5, & 6

  • Rehearsals: July 16 in Springfield, MO

  • Performance July 16 (evening)

Repertoire

Title
Composer
Publisher
Voicing
Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning
arr. Gilpin
Colla Voce 20-96430
2-part
Sim Shalom (Grant Us Peace)
R.M. Gray
Hal Leonard 00323123
2-part
Sing Out! Cantate!
Vivaldi
Shawnee Press 35029477
2-part
Tafta Hindi
arr. Gilpin
Choristers Guild CGE129
2-part
Who Has Seen the Wind?
Lightfoot, M.L.
Shawnee Press 35031169
2-part

Practice Tracks & Resources

Meet the Clinician

 

 

 

 

 

Greg Gilpin

 

Greg Gilpin is a celebrated ASCAP award-winning choral composer and arranger and a highly respected choral conductor. Originally from the "Show-Me" state of Missouri, Greg now resides in Indianapolis, IN.  He is a graduate of Northwest Missouri State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Vocal Music Education, K-12. He is known throughout the United States leading performances at New York City’s iconic Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center as well as Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. His international appearances include the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia, Royal Festival Hall in London, England and Harpa Concert Hall in Reykjavik, Iceland. Mr. Gilpin is also a producer and musician in the recording industry and is Director of Educational Choral Publications for Shawnee Press, a distinguished choral publisher.

In 2020, Mr. Gilpin’s “pandemic pivot” took him down an additional career path by becoming certified as a financial coach and a certified Boss Organizer, creating his own professional organizing business, Maestro Organizing. This work has led to appearances on Fox and NBC network affiliates. Mr. Gilpin can also be seen on the hit TV show “Hoarders”, alongside Dorothy Breininger, renowned producer and organizer.

In 2021, Mr. Gilpin wrote the score for the award-winning short film, “Rosie’s Rescue” and was awarded “Best Score” for this same movie. He also teamed up with well-known opera singer, Angela Brown, and created the world premiere of a thrilling new arrangement of “What Child is This?”, debuted by Ms. Brown and the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir.

The music world is coming back to life and Mr. Gilpin is excited to be teaching, composing, conducting and organizing! He is a proud member of ACDA, NAfME, SAG-AFTRA, and is a Life Loyal Member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.

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Note: MCDA does not offer refunds in the event the student cannot attend.

For safety reasons, all rehearsals are closed to the public. Only those who are official chaperones or registered members of the conference (including single day registration) are allowed in the rehearsal space. Please help us maintain the safety of our singers by adhering to these requirements.

 

For liability reasons, members are not supposed to be official chaperones. But in the event that there was no other option, members still need to register for the conference. Thank you for supporting the organization that supports these ensembles!

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