Gig Harbor Meistersingers

Gig Harbor Meistersingers

Gig Harbor Meistersingers

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The Meistersingers, directed by Wayne Lackman, are Gig Harbor High School's top concert choir in their Choral Department. They are a coeducational choir of approximately 70 members that sing locally (Gig Harbor, Washington), nationally, and internationally. They are directed by Wayne Lackman of Gig Harbor, Washington.

International Travel

One of the Meistersingers' international trips was made in April 2004, where they spent 9 days in the United Kingdom and France. In Stratford-on-Avon, they performed at the Holy Trinity Church where William Shakespeare is buried. In London, they performed at the St.Paul's Cathedral and at the Royal Academy of Music. At the Royal Academy, the Meistersingers participated in the Heritage Festival Choral Competition and took home the Gold Award, 1st place for an outstanding performance. During the Award Ceremony afterward, the choir was additionally awarded the Spirit Award. Having spent approximately 4.5 days in and around London, the Meistersingers took a train south through the Channel Tunnel into France. They spent two days touring Paris and performing in such locations as Notre Dame.

In 2000, the Meistersingers visited the UK for the first time and toured London, Salisbury, Stratford, and the outlying provinces. They had the opportunity to sing at Salisbury Cathedral, the Royal Academy of Music in London )where they won "Gold" for their efforts), as well as St. James' Cathedral. In the prior years they had visited New York and...
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