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SOLD OUT: Orchestra Festival 2024
Presented By KUSD Fine Arts
Saturday, March 9th at 6:30pm CST
Online sale ends: 03/09/24 at 8:30pm CST
Indian Trail High School & Academy
6800 60th Streeet
Kenosha, WI 53142
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Philharmonia Orchestra Conductor Michelle A. Kaebisch holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Instrumental Music Education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has been teaching in Wisconsin public schools since 1995. She currently teaches the orchestra and music composition classes at Oregon High School (OHS), as well as conducts the pit orchestra for their annual musical productions. Formerly, Michelle was the Director of Education and Community Engagement at the Madison Symphony Orchestra (MSO) from 2006-2015, as well as a tenured violinist in the MSO from 1993-2015. Her book, HeartStrings: A Guide to Music Therapy-Informed Engagement for Symphony Orchestras, has been distributed to over 300 symphony orchestras and healthcare facilities world-wide. While at the MSO, she was a presenter at several local and national conferences including: League of American Orchestras (LAO), Society for the Arts in Healthcare (Arts & Health Alliance) and the Association of Wisconsin Orchestras. While at the MSO, Michelle was co-chair of the LAO’s national Education & Community Engagement Committee, as well as a mentor to education directors who were new to the field of arts administration. Additionally, she has served both as a teacher and conductor for the UW-Madison Summer Music Clinic, UW-Whitewater Strings Camp, Badger Conference Honors Orchestra and Iowa State Junior Honors Orchestra Festival (IJHOF). She remains active with the Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA) and has been a sectional coach (violin and viola) for the WSMA High School and Middle Level Honors Orchestras. Michelle is a sought-after clinician and conductor for music camps, festivals and honors orchestras. Other performing ensembles include: Edgewood Chamber Orchestra, Madison Community Orchestra, Madison Savoyards, Middleton Community Orchestra, Quartessence String Quartet, and the International Women’s Festival Orchestra.

The KUSD Orchestra Festival is the signature event for the District's 5-12th grade orchestra programs. This page is for purchasing reserved tickets in the fieldhouse performance venue (which may sell out in advance). Additional live-stream viewing will be available in the auditorium at no charge - no tickets needed. Seating in the auditorium will be first come first serve.

The Orchestra Festival will also be streamed live on the District's Youtube Channel: https//:www.youtube.com/user/kenoshaschools 

Additional Information
For ADA seating, please call the Fine Arts office at 262-359-6388.

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Event starts at 6:30pm
Doors open at 5:30pm

Student: $5.00
Staff/Senior: $10.00
Adult: $12.00
Student: $5.00
Staff/Senior: $10.00
Adult: $12.00
Student: $5.00
Staff/Senior: $10.00
Adult: $12.00

All Ages

Indian Trail High School &amp; Academy<br> 6800 60th Streeet<br> Kenosha, 53142



Saturday, February 10th

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