Welcome to the Golden Belt Vocal Festival!
Greater than 100 voices, concentrated choral instruction, an expert Clinician, all united to glorify Jesus -- combine to create the Golden Belt Vocal Festival!
This regional event is held yearly in the spring in Salina, Kansas. Home-educated students and their parents gather for a day of instruction in vocal and choral technique under the direction of a Master Clinician. This outstanding opportunity is available to homeschool students and their parents and selected Christian/private school students.
The Golden Belt Festival was originally held in Syracuse, Kansas, in 1992, then moved to Great Bend for several years. It has been held in Salina since 1999. Click here for more history.
What is the Golden Belt Vocal Festival?
After having prepared at home and in smaller groups for several weeks, participants gather for a full day of musical training, fellowship and spiritual encouragement. A free evening concert and reception for the community completes the day's activities. The four purposes of the Festival are
Who may participate?
The Clinic is open to students ages 13 and up as well as adults. It is for home school students and Christian school students who do not have an opportunity to sing in a larger choir. The basic requirement is that the person should be able to match pitches and have a willingness to learn. The cost is $24.00 for the first family member and $7.00 each for each subsequent family member who sings. WE ESPECIALLY ENCOURAGE PARENTS TO SING WITH THE STUDENTS TO MAKE THIS A "FAMILY AFFAIR!" Register here.
The 2013 festival was wonderful. See you next year.
Listen to the 2013 concert under Archive.
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