Wyoming high school musicians and singers tune in to play the best in the state.
Sheridan will host the 76th Annual Statewide Music Conference from January 15-17 at the high school.
Over 400 handpicked student musicians, 250 music educators, and 30 exhibitors from across the state attend Wyoming’s largest annual music event.
The event will feature two public concerts.
The first is the opening night on Sunday, January 15th at 7:30pm at the gymnasium.
The performance will feature the Skyline Singers, the Sheridan High School Marimba Ensemble, the Sheridan County Youth Choir, and one song from the High School Honor Choir and High School Chamber Orchestra.
Admission to the Sunday night performance is free.
Students then spend two full days rehearsing their final concert with a nationally renowned guest conductor while educators participate in a variety of educational workshops.
Then on Tuesday night, the Allstate Band, Allstate Orchestra, and Allstate Choir will perform a final culminating gala concert.
Admission to the event is $5 for adults and $4 for students.
More than 40 musicians and singers from Sheridan, Big Horn and Tongue River High Schools will participate.