Choir

NDSU choir moves rehearsals outdoors to keep everyone safe

Students Find New Ways to engage with performance materials.

FARGO, N.D. – NDSU performance arts students are finding ways to work around COVID-19 restrictions. Choir students are hungry to get back into their studies and are taking every opportunity to work on their craft even with pandemic restrictions. In order to keep themselves and others safe the students have opted to do their rehearsals with masks on and outside,…

Community Mourns As Grand Forks Boy Is Laid To Rest

A Dessert Cabaret Fundraiser will be held Saturday night at 7 at Hope Lutheran Church with proceeds going to Borth's family to help with funeral costs.

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — The sounds of music fills the Immanuel Lutheran Church of Grand Forks, as 15 year old Jonah Borth is laid to rest. Those who came to knew Jonah say he had a big heart. “Pastor Daniel Voth” “Even if he had stood 7 feet tall his chest cavity would have been nothing but heart…. Love and…

Fargo-Moorhead Gay Men’s Chorus Hosts Spring Kickoff

The group of singers caught up together for a potluck and some practice

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo-Moorhead Gay Men’s Chorus hosted its 2020 spring kickoff. The group of singers caught up for the first time since their holiday concert with a potluck and some practice. The group went over plans for future concerts coming up this year, as well as, taking the time to allow more members to join their crew. The…

Concordia College Hosts 93rd Annual Christmas Concert

Roughly 20 percent of Concordia's student body sings in the choir

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Concordia College is putting on its 93rd annual Christmas concert. The choir consists of around 400 students. 12,000 people attend every year, making the concert the biggest event on campus. One student singer says it’s hard work leading up to it, but the reactions from those attending make it well worth it. “Sometimes people are just teary-eyed….

Northern Ambassadors of Music Leave American Impact Abroad

From Fargo to France, homegrown talent is getting a global stage.

FARGO, N.D. – Every other year, some of the best musical talents in the Heartland gather for a once–in–a–lifetime trip. Among them is Cameron Bitz. He does electrical work in Williston, North Dakota, but it isn’t his work with currents that grabs your attention. It’s his electrifying voice. “It’s something I’ve been doing since I was about 4 years old,…

West Fargo Spreads Holiday Cheer With Family-Friendly Celebration

There was a treat lighting ceremony, tours of the police department, and more

WEST FARGO, N.D. — The City of West Fargo put on a holiday celebration for families to enjoy. It’s a tradition that’s been going on for years; in fact, one organizer even grew up attending it. “It’s a struggle to get big events put together like this, but we have tons of businesses that are willing to come in clutch for…

Park Christian Choir Sings Patriotic Songs at Nursing Homes

They do it every year on the Friday closet to Veteran's Day

FARGO, N.D. — People in nursing homes got some live music brought to them thanks to the senior high choir from Park Christian School. The choir director says the group does it every year on the Friday closet to Veteran’s Day. The students sing patriotic songs to honor the holiday. They stopped at Edgewood Vista, Touchmark, Bethany, Elim Care and the…

NDSU Choir Brings their Talent Back Home

More than 80 students are a part of the choir and have been preparing for their spring break tour for months

FARGO, N.D. — The NDSU Choir has spent its spring break traveling around the region to perform. But now, they are back on their home turf, singing for their friends and family one last time. More than 80 students are a part of the choir and have been preparing for their spring break tour for months. The director of the…

LIVE: Help A Local Choir Get To New York

Group Set To Perform At Kennedy Center

Adam Ladwig sits down live in studio with Fargo-Moorhead Gay Men’s Chorus president Adam Johnston. The Choir is jetting off to share its musical gifts in New York City. Members will perform at a concert for the Tyler Clementi Foundation, a group that works to end bullying. The group will host a Valentine’s Day fundraiser at the Sanctuary Events Center…