CLS Musicians Shine at WSMA State Honors Music Project

Christian Life School is thrilled to announce that four of our outstanding students have been selected to participate in the esteemed WSMA State Honors Music Project. This prestigious program offers a unique opportunity for musically talented students to showcase their skills alongside top conductors in a professional setting.

Ethan Vigil, a 10th-grade violinist; Logan Robinson, an 11th-grade cellist; Samuel Van Prooyen, a 9th-grade percussionist; and Landon Dissmore, a 10th-grade trombonist, have all secured their places among the state’s finest musicians through a rigorous audition process.

Out of more than 1400 applicants, only 400 students are chosen for the Honors Band, Orchestra, Choir, and Jazz Band combined. Ethan, Logan, Samuel, and Landon’s selection is a testament to their hard work, dedication, and exceptional musical talent.

This summer, these talented students will attend a specialized camp at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, where they will have the opportunity to further develop their skills under the guidance of experienced instructors.

Their efforts will culminate in the WSMA Honors concert, held in October at Madison’s renowned Overture Center. This event, which coincides with the Wisconsin State Music Conference, promises to be a highlight of the musical calendar, showcasing the incredible talent of these CLS musicians.

Christian Life School is immensely proud of Ethan, Logan, Samuel, and Landon for their achievements. Their commitment to excellence and passion for music exemplify the values of our school community. We look forward to supporting them in pursuing their musical dreams on this prestigious stage.