USU Chamber Singers: 900 Miles (American folk song, arr. Cory Evans)

900 MILES
Traditional American railroad song
Arranged by Cory Evans
Performed by the Utah State University Chamber Singers
Music Director: Cory Evans
Soloists: Tim Stewart & Augustine Larsen
Guitar solo: Austin Weyand
Additional guitar: Caden Cheney
Drums: Cory Evans
Recording/mixing: John Carter, 13/8 Productions

VIDEO CREDITS
Produced/Directed by Cory Evans
Filmed at the Historic Brigham City Depot in Brigham City, Utah, and in Logan, Utah

SPECIAL THANKS
Nancy Cannon – Historic Brigham City Depot
Norm and Willie Nelson – Historic Brigham City Depot
John Carter – 13/8 Productions
Cindy Dewey – USU Music Dept. Head
Ellie Evans
Justin Hoffman
Austin Weyand
Ridgeline High School
Tool Engineering and Manufacturing – Brigham City, Utah

This video was created in honor of the Transcontinental Railroad Sesquicentennial – May 10, 2019

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INTERKULTUR Video Award

 

The creativity of choirs worldwide in dealing with the contact bans due to the current Corona pandemic currently has no limits: New technologies are being explored, new ideas for online rehearsals are implemented and even innovative online concerts have already taken place.

 

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The INTERKULTUR Video Award is INTERKULTUR’s first online choir competition and call amateur choirs from all over the world to participate.

 

Until June 30, 2020 choirs can hand in a yet unpublished virtual choir video with a song of their choice, which will be presented on INTERKULTUR.TV on July 6 (Choirs A Cappella) and July 12 (Choirs with Accompaniment).

 

The Award will be given in the categories “Choirs a cappella” and “Choirs with accompaniment” and the winners will be published on July 15, 2020. An additional Special Prize will be awarded for the best interpretation of the INTERKULTUR motto “Singing together brings nations together.“