Monday, January 31, 2011

USA Show Choir Performing on February 7

USA Show Choir Premier Show Banner
Did you happen to attend Chi Omega's 45th Annual Songfest in the Fall? If so, you were there to witness the first performance from the new USA Show Choir and their success in winning! It's like real-life GLEE!!!

Well, it's time again to watch The USA Show Choir perform, and this time it's a full-length show! So much music that you should be able to find a song or two that you enjoy!

I take pride in The USA Show Choir because, well, I founded and direct it! The USA Show Choir was formed in August 2009 and began rehearsals just last semester! 

Here is the info about the show:

Who: The USA Show Choir
What: Premier Show
When: February 7, 2011 at 7:30 pm
Where: Laidlaw Performing Arts Recital Hall
How Much: $3 Students / $5 General Admission
***Doors Open at 7***

A facebook event can be found here.

If you are interested in following The USA Show Choir on facebook, Click Here!!!

I hope to see you all there, but be sure to show up early in case we happen to sell out (I hope we do!!!)!


  1. Founded and directed! Fantastic. Think about how we might showcase the musical talent we have among our EDM310 students. That could be a lot of fun!

  2. Videos of virtual choirs and symphonies circulate on YouTube all the time! I might be would fun to see if we could put together a virtual musical number with students from the classes that are musically inclined? Just a thought!

  3. A good thought! I believe we cut the forms project from the course, but it would be a great way for you to find out who is interested, what previous musical experiences the have had, and when they are available to contribute. We can teach you how to do it in the lab-- then you can record yourself doing it, and it can count as your TEACH SOMEONE project. What do you think? I am excited about the influx of ideas and talents running through this course, let's take advantage!

    Ps. Great way to continue positively personalizing your blogging experience-- you are setting a great example for your classmates!

  4. That sounds like a great idea for the Teach Someone project! I'll ponder the idea for a little while and see what I could some up with!

    P.S. Thanks for being such an awesome lab guy! :)