WSU Cougar Head Logo Washington State University
WSU Insider
News and Information for Faculty, Staff, and the WSU Community

‘I Sing Because:’ Slide show of WSU choirs in Korea

By Tim Marsh, retired from University Communications

PULLMAN, Wash. – Thirty-seven Washington State University Concert Choir and Madrigal Chamber Singers toured and performed in South Korea May 10-19.

They were accompanied by conductor Lori Wiest, WSU School of Music choral activities director and voice area coordinator, and Julie Wieck, WSU music faculty and a soloist in the concerts.

In the slide show, the choirs perform “I Sing Because,” composed by Will Todd, which was in the tour repertoire. Slide show photos are by Spencer Knudson, choir member from Spokane, and Wiest. Tim Marsh, retired from WSU, produced the slide show.




Next Story

Recent News

WSU Athletics addresses $11.5 million budget deficit

The shortfall is from a combination of unexpected decreases in Pac‑12 Conference revenue distributions, other revenue sources falling short of projection, and operating costs that exceeded the approved budget.

Former astronomy professor leaves $1 million for WSU

The generous gift establishes a distinguished professorship, a teaching excellence award, and a science and mathematics scholarship in the College of Arts and Sciences to honor Tom and Julie Lutz.

WSU Vice President Chaudhry honored by university in Romania

Asif J. Chaudhry, vice president of WSU’s Office of International Programs and WSU Pullman vice chancellor, was recently awarded the title Doctor Honoris Causa of Ovidius University in Constanta, Romania.

Ji Yun Lee receives NSF CAREER award for community resilience research

The assistant professor in WSU’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering received the National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career award for her work helping communities better prepare for wildfires.

Find More News

Subscribe for more updates