December 10: Holiday Pops
From Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker to traditional carols to “Sleighride,” Holiday music brings people of all ages together to celebrate the warmth and joy of the season.
To continue the spirit of the giving season, we’re excited to welcome community partners, enCourage, and The Adams County YWCA who will be collecting hygiene supplies and gently used interview clothing in the lobby.
Needed Hygiene Supplies (travel or full-size)
- Children’s acetaminophen or ibuprofen
Tyler Koepp is in his fifth year as the director of choirs for Grand Island Central Catholic and his eighth year as a music educator. At GICC, he directs all choirs in grades 6-12. Mr. Koepp is the stage and music director for GICC’s highly regarded spring musicals, where well…
Tyler Koepp is in his fifth year as the director of choirs for Grand Island Central Catholic and his eighth year as a music educator. At GICC, he directs all choirs in grades 6-12. Mr. Koepp is the stage and music director for GICC’s highly regarded spring musicals, where well over half of the high school is involved. Mr. Koepp’s choirs have consistently received superior ratings and positive comments at various music festivals and competitions, including prestigious venues like New York’s Carnegie Hall.
Mr. Koepp holds a Bachelor of Music from Hastings College in Music Education and Vocal Performance, and a Master of Music Education with an emphasis in Voice Pedagogy from Wichita State University, where he studied under Alan Held, Sam Ramey, and Michael Sylvester.
Mr. Koepp is a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Hastings, where he participates in the choir and the select ensemble Spiro Spero Singers.
Mr. Koepp has maintained a large private voice studio for the last thirteen years, teaching hundreds of students across the tri-city area. Mr. Koepp has performed opera overseas and in the US and performed or directed over a dozen regional musicals. Some of his credits include Belcore from Donizetti’s L’Elisir D’Amore, Ben from Menotti’s The Telephone, and Ford from Verdi’s Falstaff.
Tyler and his wife Rosalie have been blessed to raise their two favorite singers, Madelyn and Elise.