525,600 minutes ago, the Cedarburg High School principal’s voice was heard over the announcements informing the students that school would be closed due to the pandemic. At the time, most of them thought this would be a short-term closure. Then began the cancellations and the world essentially “shut down.” One year later, the Cedarburg High School Acapella Choir recorded this tune as their final exam. This song embodies pain and sadness but also incredible joy and anticipation for the future.
Before he took the stage at the Cedarburg PAC in September 2019, Chris Botti held a masterclass for the Cedarburg High School Jazz Band. During his 60-minute class, he critiqued several performances and answered questions from students. Students were invited to attend the evening’s show.
With no school musical and nor formal concerts held at Cedarburg High School this year, the School Choir recently took to the airwaves on the Cedarburg Public Library’s Internet Radio Station with their "Songs of Love and Luck" celebrating Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day. The station has been a great option to keep students singing and creating this school year.
Cedarburg High School Bella Voce and Acappella Choir present “Celebrate Fall” as featured on the Cedarburg Public Library Internet Radio Station. You’ll hear songs performed, stories told and poems read, featuring themes of Halloween, Veteran’s Day and Thanksgiving.
This video shows an on-stage collaboration between Visiting Artists Series a cappella group Street Corner Symphony (SCS) and Cedarburg High School choir students. SCS was the runner up on the second season of NBC’s The Sing Off.
Jerry Awards recognize and honor excellence in Wisconsin high school musical theater. This video shows 2020 Spirit Award recipients in quarantine performing “You Will Be Found” from Dear Evan Hansen. CHS’ own Matthew Meuler is the third student shown on the video!
Callaway Brown is an unlikely young hero. He’s been stranded on a desert island, and it’s up to viewers to decide what happens next in this interactive production. Recommended for families with young people age 6+.
ZACH Theatre’s Tortoise and Hare conveys a great message for these times. Even though ZACH’s stages are currently closed, they are still sharing musicals, plays, performance clips and new artist collaborations. Enjoy this hour-long performance of Tortoise and Hare, a family musical from Allen Robertson. Other children’s performance resources available at: https://do512family.com/streaming-resources-for-kids/