Come sing with us! New members welcome!

Open to all singers (grade 5 through adults)
Regular Rehearsal Dates: August 28th - November 20th
When: Sunday afternoons from 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm at the International Quilt Museum (IQM)

FIRST REHEARSAL Sunday, August 28th:
2:00 pm- 2:50 pm Informational meeting & rehearsal @ IQM followed by
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Ice Cream @ UNL Dairy Store**
**We will go as a group (walking or alternate mobility) over to the UNL Dairy Store. If you prefer to drive, please make arrangements with family/friends/transportation providers to go from the IQM to the Dairy Store.

**No rehearsal Labor Day weekend, Sept. 4th
Where: International Quilt Museum, UNL East Campus, 33rd and Holdrege

**Due to continuing COVID-19 variant concerns and potential medical concerns of our membership, vaccination is strongly recommended and facial coverings may be required on announcement. 
Concert and Community Sing: A Choral Quilt of Us
Sunday, November 20th, 3:00 pm 

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i2Choir performance image at the Quilt Museum of Art

i2Choir Fall 2022 registration

To register for i2Choir, please complete the i2Choir Application and Waiver Form. For questions about i2Choir, please contact rfuelberth2@unl.edu

*Please note that one form must be completed for each individual singer/participant.

i2Choir in Rehearsal

i2Choir is open to all participants who can sing, as well as those who want to learn to sing. We invite participants to register in cross-age, cross-ability groups or “singing teams” of two to four who want to participate in the ensemble together. We encourage teams who would like to sing with, and support family members and friends with a variety of physical, sensory, and cognitive challenges.

i2Choir Mission

The primary purpose of the i2Choir is to create a naturally inclusive music-making opportunity wherein individual contributions are valued, musical growth is championed, and all members become partners in the experience of creating high-quality music. Participants also benefit from group singing instruction that enables them to enjoy music-making, adding to each member’s quality of life. Using the principles of Universal Design for Learning, musical growth activities are designed to maximize the learning potential for everyone who participates.

How do I get involved?

Contact Us:

Teacher-Conductor

Dr. Rhonda Fuelberth, Associate Professor, Music Education, UNL Glenn Korff School of Music

i2Choir in Rehearsal at the Quilt Center