Over 1,000 Students Participate in Choral Fest

A snowy Friday couldn’t stop over a thousand students from singing together on Saturday. Over 1,400 Kenosha Unified Students joined voices at Indian Trail for the district’s annual Choral Fest. The show went on despite a day of lost rehearsals on Friday after a snow day. The program is comprised of students from fifth grade through high school with groups representing virtually all of the district’s schools. The event also brings a guest conductor to the area each year. This year it was Lee Nelson, director of Choral Activities at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa. Over 2,000 people attended the concert. The students-and their teachers-spend the early part of the day in rehearsals to make sure every thing was ready for the big night.


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