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|Transcript||Office of University Relations SDSM& T News 501 E. St. Joseph Street • Rapid City, SD 57701- 3995 Phone: ( 605) 394- 6082/ 2554 • Fax: ( 605) 394- 6177 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: ( January 20, 1998) SDSM& T MUSIC FACULTY AND MASTER CHORALE TO PERFORM AT SOUTH DAKOTA AMERICAN CHORAL DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION IN PIERRE Music professors and the Master Chorale from SDSM& T will be making presentations and performing concerts at the South Dakota American Choral Directors Association ( SD- ACDA) annual convention being held January 23- 24 in Pierre. Kantorei, the auditioned choral ensemble of the Dakota Choral Union, also will be presenting a concert during the SD- ACDA convention. Dr. James D. Feiszli, SDSM& T Director of Music Activities and Professor of Music, is the SD- ACDA conference headliner, presenting two sessions during the two- day meeting. His " Internet Tools for the Choral Musician" will be based on Feiszli's experience as the founder and executive director of ChoralNet - the Internet Center for Choral Music. Feiszli's other presentation, entitled " What Do I Do with this Thing?: Computer Uses for Choral Rehearsals" will focus on MIDI and other technologies that can be used to enhance the choral rehearsal. In addition, Dr. Feiszli will be conducting a concert by Kantorei, the select, auditioned choral ensemble of the Dakota Choral Union. The Kantorei concert will be performed in the rotunda of the South Dakota State Capitol part of the convention conclusion. Dr. Susan L. Reid, SDSM& T Assistant Professor of Music, will be conducting a concert by the SDSM& T Master Chorale during the convention. The Master Chorale, whose members are auditioned from SDSM& T Concert Choir, will be performing at 11: 00 a. m. Saturday morning at Memorial Lutheran Church in Pierre. ACDA is the major professional organization for choral musicians in the U. S. with nearly 20, 000 members drawn from all areas of music— professional, amateur, community, church, and education. For additional information about SDSM& T music activities, contact Dr. James Feiszli at 394- 5101. ++ 30++ ( f:\ programs\ dept\ univrel\ pressrele\ 198\ Feiszli fax/ stwd) |
|Creator||South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. University Relations; |
|Subject||South Dakota School of Mines and Technology; |
|Local Subject||South Dakota School of Mines and Technology|
FEISZLI, JAMES D.
REID, SUSAN L.
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