Show Choir Snowdown
March 20, 2021
Winter Park, Colorado
Cost to attend:
Each attending group pays the “Ensemble Charge” PLUS the “Festival Package” per attendee.
$500 Per Performing Ensemble
Ensemble Charge Includes: Performance, Adjudication, Awards Ceremony, & Directors Archivable Video of Performance
$120 2-Night Lodging per attendee
Includes: Lodging, Indoor Pool, Skating Rink, Tubing Hill, and DJ’d After Party at Snow Mountain Ranch
$20 “Performance Only” per attendee
Includes day of events only
is a freelance choreographer, songwriter, and storm chaser based in Chicago, Illinois. He is a proud alumnus of DeKalb Classic Connection show choir. Alex choreographs several award-winning show choirs from all corners of the country, and in 2013 was the recipient of the FAME Aspire Award for Best New Choreographer. As an original artist, Alex has performed with several national acts including Tyler Hilton, Anna Nalick, and Aaron Carter. He has been a featured vocalist at Six Flags Chicago, New Orleans and New Jersey, and has performed as a guest artist with the Chicago Children’s Choir. He is also busy as a show designer, clinician, and singer with his folk band “The Puffins.” In his free time, Alex roams the Great Plains in search of severe weather, and his weather photography has been featured on Good Morning America and CNN. His favorite state for his car to break down in is Kansas.
is a freelance choreographer based out of Iowa City, IA. Stephani attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where she studied Vocal Performance and Dance and was a 3-year member of UNL’s collegiate show choir, Big Red Singers. She has extensive training in various styles of dance, including tap, jazz, ballet, hip hop, and modern dance. She has studied voice under Dr. Donald Simonson and Professor Kate Butler, and has performed in many musicals and operas including High School Musical On Stage, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Our Town, Sunset Boulevard, and more. Stephani has spent many summers teaching at various show choir camps across the Midwest, including Show Choir Camps of America, Gustavus College Show Choir Camp, and University of Nebraska Show Choir Camp. She is now a sought-after choreographer, clinician, and adjudicator for schools all over the country.
is currently the head choral director at Hastings High School. He conducts the Mens Choir, Select Chorale, and the varsity show choir, Riverside Company. He received his B.M. in Vocal Music Education from St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN. During his time at St. Olaf, he studied with Dr. Anton Armstrong, was a three-year member of the St. Olaf Choir, and toured all around the United States and abroad. In his 10-year teaching career, Mr. Warren has taught at Totino-Grace High School, Sioux City North High School, Champlin Park High School, and St. Francis High School. Lukas is happily married to his wonderful wife, Sarah.
Now in her 16th year as a secondary choral director, is a graduate of the University of Nebraska with a degree in Music Education. During her time at UNL, Mrs. Randall was SAI Kappa Chapter President, a member of University Singers and helped start Big Red Singers in her senior year. From 2005 -2016, Jen taught in Texas where she started four show choirs including Central High School’s “Voices of Central.” VOC competed nationally starting in 2007 and placed at various events including Omaha Competition of Excellence and Wheaton Warrenville-South Classic. They were ranked 13that Fame Nationals in Chicago, April 2013. In the summer of 2016, Randall moved her family to Mitchell, South Dakota to take over Friend de Coup Show Choir and the Kernel Choirs of Mitchell High School. Mrs. Randall has been the music director for 16 musicals and her concert choirs garnered regional and state honors in Texas and South Dakota, during her teaching tenure. 2019 saw a move back to Texas to be near family and have the opportunity to work more on Show Choir Consults, her company with which she tours the country doing clinic and consulting work for show choirs, directors, and performance festivals in Texas.