Dover-Eyota Choir ♫ 2016-2017

 

Dear Choir Students and Families,

One of the beauties of music is that the learning is never-ending; not only will I strive for musical growth among my students, but I know they will also be the biggest part of my own growth and continuous discovery of what music has to offer.  

The goals of the DEHS choir program are:

  • To increase musical knowledge
  • To develop healthy/efficient vocal habits
  • To develop self-confidence and a collaborative community
  • To provide new musical experiences
  • To increase enjoyment of music listening
  • To develop skills to analyze music and formulate informed opinions and interpretation
  • To discover how music can enhance our lives beyond the music classroom

In my experiences, being a part of a choir means being a part of another family; to achieve an atmosphere of safety and comfort along with hard work and discipline, each student must learn to respect one another, be open-minded, and attentive. 

Mrs. Nikita Albrecht 

Vocal Music Instructor 

nikitaalbrecht@deschools.org

507-545-2631 Ext.226


About Me
I have been choir teaching at Dover-Eyota since 2014, while also coaching 8th grade volleyball and directing music for the theater department. 

I grew up in Blue Earth, Minnesota where I enjoyed everything from volleyball, wrestling cheerleading, track, and dance, to band, choir, orchestra, and musicals. In 2013, I graduated from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota with my bachelors degree in Music Education with a Vocal Emphasis. During my time at Concordia, I sang alto and toured with The Concordia Choir all across the United States as well as to South Korea.

 This summer, I finished my Master's of Music Education degree through North Dakota State University!! 


Schedule

2nd Block A: 9:57-10:44
    General Music (7th/8th)

2nd Block B: 10:48-11:29
    Middle School Choir 
        Girls and Boys Alternate Days

3rd Block B: (after lunch) 12:48-1:33
    Concert Choir

Lesson Schedule 

Subpages (2): Concert Reminder DEMA
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Nikita Albrecht,
Dec 23, 2014, 5:45 AM
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