Saskatchewan Choral Federation
 
 

Manitoba Flatland Singers

 

The Flatland Singers is a combined high school choir consisting of 37 energetic, enthusiastic vocalists from the Steinbach Regional Secondary School, Mennonite Collegiate Institute, Westgate Mennonite Collegiate and Garden Valley Collegiate. Working with teenage students and collaborating to push musical boundaries invigorates directors Kristel Peters (SRSS, Steinbach), Rick Heppner Mueller (MCI, Gretna), Victor Pankratz (WMC, Winnipeg) and Korey Peters (GVC, Winkler). This spirited troupe takes the best from four institutions, combining it to produce the exceptional sound of the Flatland Singers. Relishing the bus trip from Manitoba, the group brings a repertoire package that will inspire audiences from across the country! 

DMCice Jazz and Manitoba Flatland Singers in Concert  

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Knox United Church

838 Spadina Crescent E, Saskatoon

10:30 am (doors open at 10:00 am)

 

Tickets - $10 Adult, $5 Student/Senior

Under 12 free when accompanied by an adult

 


Korey L. Peters is a young, energetic musician with an ever-growing love for choral music. Mr. Peters teaches English & Physical Education and directs five choirs at Winkler’s Garden Valley Collegiate. Over his young career he has also directed the Eastman Senior Choral Workshop in 2007, the Westman Youth Choir in 2009.

Kristel L. Peters is an avid musician with a passion for choral music. Ms. Peters taught music at Steinbach Christian High School for five years and is the Artistic Director of Prairie Voices. Ms. Peters is currently the Choral Director of four choirs and teaches Business Education at the Steinbach Regional Secondary School in Steinbach, MB.

Rick Heppner Mueller teaches music at Mennonite Collegiate Institute in Gretna, Manitoba where he directs three choirs and their annual musical theatre production. Outside of school he keeps busy having directed the Intermediate and Senior Provincial Honor Choirs, as well as the Western, Central, and Eastern Manitoba Youth Choirs.

Victor Pankratz is well known in Manitoba for his singing, conducting and teaching. For three years he was co- artistic director of The Winnipeg Singers and has also had the privilege of conducting many of the regional youth choirs in Manitoba. His love for music has manifested itself into twenty-four years of teaching music at Westgate Mennonite Collegiate.

Accompanist Marilyn Houser Hamm is Associate Director of Choral and Instrumental Music at MCI. She also has an active private voice and piano teaching studio at MCI which feeds directly into the choral program. Marilyn holds a piano performance degree and has advanced voice training. She is also a worship and music clinician throughout the wider Mennonite Church.