Wausau West-Religious Music
WAUSAU, Wis. (AP) – A new administrative rule to limit religious music has caused Wausau West High School’s elite choir group to temporarily disband and the city’s elementary schools to postpone holiday concerts. Wausau West choral director Phil Buch says district administrators gave schools three options – limit religious music, hold a concert without holiday music or postpone any concerts in December. Buch says the Master Singers choir group is invited to sing at nearly a dozen holiday concerts each year. He says the directive is unacceptable. School Board member Jane Rusch tells the Daily Herald Media (http://wdhne.ws/16Odkyd ) Buch was not told to eliminate religious music, just to mix it with more secular music. Rusch says religion can be an emotional issue for the public, but doesn’t think the board should get involved in the decision to limit music.
Information from: Wausau Daily Herald Media, http://www.wausaudailyherald.com
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