The Stapleton High School Choir has been selected to perform at the annual convention of the Nebraska Music Educators Association in Lincoln. The Choir was selected from applications of bands, choirs, and orchestras from across the state. The Choir will perform on Thursday, November 17th at the 4:00 pm Concert Hour that will feature music programs from smaller schools in Nebraska. They will perform in the Westbrook Music Building of UNL in room 119. The performance is free to the public, and we’d love to see our Stapleton fans at the performance.
Members of the Stapleton High School Choir are: Jared Trimble (Senior–Tenor), Anneke Trimble (Sophomore–Alto), Ali Trimble (Sophomore–Soprano), son & daughters of Jason & Sadie Trimble; Kelsey Amos (Freshman–Soprano), daughter of Jim & Kennetha Amos; and Ilias Wonch (Freshman–Bass), son of Adam & Melani Wonch.
The Nebraska Music Education Association (NMEA) is a voluntary, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization governed by an elected Board of Directors. Our membership represents all phases of music education in schools, colleges, universities, and teacher-education institutions. Currently, NMEA has approximately 1,200 members from across the state of Nebraska, and membership is open to all persons engaged in music teaching or other music educational work. The Nebraska Music Education Association is committed to building a robust statewide community of qualified music educators and allies by cultivating genuine relationships, advancing music education, and advocating for the profession.