Music

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Joint Lutheran High School Concert

The Lake Country Lutheran High School Band from Hartland Wisconsin will play a concert at Christ Lincoln Lutheran Church this Thursday at 7:30. This concert is part of their Spring tour and will feature our own Lincoln Lutheran High School Band on a few pieces. This is an exciting opportunity to celebrate music and the shared ministries of Lutheran schools across the country. 

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District Music Contest-Band

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District Music Contest-Band

Performance times will be assigned between 8:00-3:00. Large ensembles will perform in the morning and solos/small ensembles will perform in the afternoon. 

Congratulations to Lydia Grimpo

Senior Lydia Grimpo will be playing oboe in the Nebraska Wesleyan Honor Band Concert on Saturday, February 8th at 2:30. She was selected out of hundreds of auditions across the state. Congratulations Lydia on your hard work and accomplishments.  

Big Band Night

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Big Band Night

Harvest of Harmony Parade

Every Fall the city of Grand Island hosts a parade featuring the musical talents of Nebraska's high schools. Over 100 bands from across the state participated in the 75th annual Harvest of Harmony parade.The Lincoln Lutheran Marching Band performed this year by playing the music of Chicago and Bill Chase. Hundreds of people lined the streets of downtown Grand Island to cheer on all the bands. 

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Music Studio Renovation Complete

Ready for the '16-'17 school year is the newly renovated Music Studio! After very generous support from the Lincoln Lutheran Community, we were able to turn what was once a storage closet into a well equipped and sound engineered rehearsal space! The Mac is loaded with composition, recording, editing, and rehearsal software for students to further enhance their musicianship skills. The room also boasts a BlueBird Microphone, M-Audio Midi Keyboard, and a Scarlett Audio Mixer. Thank you for making this studio possible! 

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Honor band and choir concert

Every year the Centennial Conference nominates top musicians to take part in the annual conference honor band and choir concert. This year 9 students were selected from Lincoln Lutheran: Alyssa Barnhouse, Lydia Grimpo, Treysen Craig, Elisha Meyer, Noah Stueber, Tyler Scholz, Alice Wentz, Haleigh Fitzsimmons, and Baylee Paxton. Students took part in rehearsals with state renowned conductors Rex Barker and Fred Ritter, and featured their God given talents in a concert ending the day. 

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Recording Studio Coming Together!

With almost everything needed for the Music Department Recording Studio on hand, we will begin installation and construction on the designated room in the coming week! With support from donors and attendee's of the fall sampler concert, the music department was able to raise over $2300 to renovate a practice room into a recording studio. The room will be equipped with sound baffling panels and new audio recording equipment, as well as a full software suite on a Mac for students to record, compose, and rehearse with in order to further their musicianship abilities!

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Singing Valentines on Sale Now

Singing Valentines are a tradition that has been around our school for over 15 years.  Not only are they a main fundraiser for the choir but it is the choir member's favorite time of year. The high school choir spends all day on Friday the 12th going around Lincoln and Seward surprising and serenading the recipients. Taking the day to travel and sing has been one of senior Nick Schmeling's favorite memories from all four years of choir.

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Fall Sampler Concert Review and Video

Lincoln Lutheran's Fall Sampler Concert took place on Oct. 22nd and was a blessing for everyone involved! Students from 6th grade through High School were able to show their God given talents in both band and choir. At the closing of the concert, all of the choir students (6th-12th grade) came together to sing a blessing to everyone in attendance. 

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