MHS Wind Symphony & Honors Concert Choir Tapped to Perform at Prestigious Event

MHS Wind Symphony & Honors Concert Choir Tapped to Perform at Prestigious Event
Posted on 10/02/2018
MHS Wind SymphonyThe Mason High School Wind Symphony was selected to perform at the prestigious 2019 Music for All National Concert Band Festival, while the MHS Honors Concert Choir will perform for the first time in its history at the 2019 Music For All National Choir Festival at Butler University, March 14-16.

Under the direction of Ed Protzman, the wind symphony ensemble that was chosen by audition, will perform as a featured band, the top level of participation for this event.

This will mark the fourth appearance at the National Festival for the MHS Wind Symphony.

The Choir Festival will feature twelve outstanding choirs from across the nation, all blindly selected by a panel of some of the nation's most recognized choral conductors. Mason's choir, under the direction of Jason McKee, will spend two days performing for a panel of adjudicators, participating in master classes, and performing with the other choirs at the end of the festival.

Music for All's Lori Lobsiger shared, "Congratulations to all of you. You have a district, administration and community that appreciates the arts and a director in Mr. McKee who is not just teaching [you] to sing, but teaching musicality."
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