Eight THS singers selected for 74th annual Dorian Vocal Festival in Iowa

For the Tomahawk Leader

TOMAHAWK – The Tomahawk High School (THS) Music Department, on Wednesday, Dec. 27, announced that eight THS choir members have been invited to sing at the 2024 Dorian Vocal Festival.

The Dorian Vocal Festival, the largest select vocal festival for high school students in the nation, will be held at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, on Sunday, Jan. 7 and Monday, Jan. 8.

THS will be represented by Murphy Koth, Bella Marino, Robin Schmidt, Maddy Baumann, Trey Morrison, Alex Clifford, Arawen Alberg and Xan Sutton, who will join over 900 other high school singers from nearly 300 schools across the upper Midwest.

A release from the Music Department said that during the two days of the festival, the students will be led and taught by members of the Luther College choral faculty. At the conclusion of the festival, the singers will be part of the Grand Concert at 5 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 8.

The Luther College Nordic Choir and auditioned high school soloists will also be featured during the concert, which is scheduled to be livestreamed on the Luther College Music Department YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/c/luthercollegemusicdepartment).

Pictured, back row, from left: Trey Morrison, Alex Clifford, Arawen Alberg, Xan Sutton; front: Murphy Koth, Bella Marino, Robin Schmidt, Maddy Baumann. Photo courtesy of Corey Colburn.
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