WLC Blogs Administrator | 16 Mar 2009
The Wisconsin Lutheran Choir performs four concerts on campus each year, provides music for worship services for local WELS congregations and embarks on an annual spring concert tour. The choir rehearses five hours each week and performs music from the sixteenth through the twenty-first centuries, sung in original languages.
Membership in this select 68-voice ensemble is by audition only. All WLC students are welcome to audition, regardless of major.
About the Director
James A. Nowack, DMA has been the Director of Choral Activities at Wisconsin Lutheran College since 1994. He holds a bachelor of music degree in piano performance from Augsburg College, master’s degrees in piano performance and choral conducting from Kent State University and the University of Minnesota; and a doctor of musical arts degree in choral conducting and literature from the University of Iowa. He has studied the choral art under Larry Fleming, Thomas Lancaster, and William Hatcher.
Since completing his formal education, Dr. Nowack continues his professional inquiry through workshops and festivals, both as a participant and a clinician.