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Conductor's baton on sheet music
Honor Choir
Audition Information

Don't forget!!

Book a room at the University Plaza Hotel Reservation Link

SCHEDULE

University Plaza Hotel

Iowa/Nebraska rm

8:00-9:00am  Registration

9:00-10:45am  Rehearsal

11:00am-12pm  Provided lunch at First & Calvary Church Gym

12:15-2:00pm  Rehearsal @ UPH

2:00pm  Change clothes @ UPH

3:00-4:15pm  Dress Rehearsal at Hammons Hall

4:45pm  Line up for performance at Hammons Hall

5:00pm  Performance at Hammons Hall

July 18, 2023

University Plaza Hotel &

Juanita K. Hammons Hall (MSU), Springfield, MO

Event Information

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

  • Rehearsals: July 18 in Springfield, MO

  • Performance July 18 (evening)

Repertoire

Title
Composer
Publisher
Voicing
Ave Verum
Will Todd
Boosey 48023399
SA
But If
Andrea Ramsey
commission (see below for music)
SA
I Remember
Sarah Quartel
Oxford 9780193392281
SA
The Fox
Blake Richter & Taylor Schaefer
Walton WW1779
SA
Tyger
Elaine Hagenberg
Elaine Hagenberg Music
SA

Link for "But If" printed music - click HERE

Link for "But If" sample track - click HERE

Practice Tracks & Resources

MCDA 4-5-6
Summer Honor Choir

Meet the Clinician

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth Hogan

Elizabeth Hogan knows no greater joy than helping her students reach their fullest potential as humans and as musicians.  She's done so in a variety of settings within education and non-profit sectors with students from age 5 to 85.  Elizabeth serves as the Executive Director of the St. Louis Christmas Carols Association, a small (but mighty) non-profit with a mission of spreading cheer and supporting local children's charities. She is the founder of Elevated Harmonics Studio, offering music lessons, educator coaching and professional development resources for creative individuals. 
 
An active singer, clinician, adjudicator and coach across the United States and internationally, Dr. Hogan brings a passion for helping people discover beauty in themselves and the world around them through the study of music. Prior to her work in higher education, she was employed in public school choral programs in the Parkway and Lindbergh School Districts in suburban St. Louis.  She guided young singers and educators as a director and community engagement coordinator with The St. Louis Children’s Choirs.  She was the founding artistic director of the Courante Youth Chorus in Cape Girardeau.  Elizabeth sings Alto II in mirabai, a professional women’s choral ensemble. 

Prior to 2021, Dr. Hogan previously served as Assistant Professor of Music Education and program coordinator at Southeast Missouri State University and taught music education courses at University of Missouri, the University of Missouri – St. Louis and Webster University.  Dr. Hogan earned her PhD in Learning Teaching and Curriculum from the University of Missouri, MM from Michigan State University in Choral Conducting, her BS in Education from the University of Missouri, and her Artist Teacher Certificate through the Choral Music Experience Institute.  She studied conducting with Dr. Paul Crabb, Dr. David Rayl, Dr. Jonathan Reed, and Dr. Sandra Snow; she studied voice with Prof. Ann Harrell.  Her research/teaching mentor is Dr. Wendy Sims.

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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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