Chamber Choir and Wind Symphony both invited to showcase their talents
February 2, 2024–EPHRAIM, UT – Snow College students were pleased to represent The Horne School of Music at this years Utah Music Educators Association Conference. Both the Cadence Chamber Choir and also the Wind Symphony were invited to perform during the two-day event, held in St. George, Utah.
Performing Friday evening, the Cadence Chamber Choir, led by Dr. Michael Huff, entertained attendees with a selection of five numbers from their repertoire. Dr. Huff has been recognized for his outstanding contributions to choral music and his commitment to excellence. The choir, known for their precision and artistry, has spent countless hours preparing for the event and was a highlight of the day.
The Wind Symphony, led by Dr. David Fullmer, took the stage on Saturday morning with a set of eight numbers. Dr. Fullmer’s expertise and dedication are unparalleled, and his wind symphony, renowned for their mastery of wind and brass instruments, entertained conference attendees and gave them the perfect start to the second day of the event.
Dr. Huff and Dr. Fullmer are both professors at Snow College and are two of the most respected conductors in the industry. For more information about the The Horne School of Music at Snow College, or to learn how you can study under these renowned music professionals, please contact Dr. Michael Huff at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. David Fullmer at email@example.com, or visit snow.edu/music.
Snow College, founded in 1888 by Utah pioneers, is a two-year college with campuses located in Ephraim and Richfield, Utah, and a learning center in Nephi, Utah. Serving more than 5,000 students, the college is committed to helping students graduate debt-free, gain resume-worthy experience, and develop a plan for the future. The affordable price and personalized environment full of opportunities allow students who find Snow College to find themselves. Learn more about all Snow College has to offer online at snow.edu.