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GAC attack at ACDA

By David Roland Opinion Editor | March 21, 2014 | Announcements

This Thursday and Friday the Gustavus Choir had the honor of performing at the American Choral Director’s association otherwise known as the ACDA.

Our ACDA division spans North and South Dekotas, Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, and Minnesota. The choirs in attendance, through an audition process and later a solo concert, are deemed the best of the best in the upper-Midwest.

This honor was earned through a rigorous application process, that according to Gustavus Choir’s Director Dr. Gregory Aune compiles three years of choral achievement that was eventually completed in the spring of 2013.

This will be the second time that the Gustavus Choir has been selected to perform at the North Central ACDA convention, and according to Dr. Aune they are very excited to be a part of such a signature event once more.

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