Madison Relue is from Fishers, Indiana. She is in her senior year as a Choral and General Music Education Major.
“Voice is my primary instrument. I’ve been singing for as long as I can remember. I was involved in choir and theatre from a very young age.
“I’ve made so many memories in my short time at Ball State that I will hold dear for the rest of my life. The summer following my freshman year at Ball State,I got the opportunity to travel to London, England with the 54th cast of the Ball State University Singers. I’ll never forget walking along the River Thames, touring West Minster Abbey, exploring Cambridge, seeing West End theatre productions, and singing with the Funky Voices. Not only did I get to make such profound memories, but I got the chance to make these memories with my closest friends.
“I believe choosing Ball State University to seek a degree in Music Education is one of the best decisions I’ve made in my life thus far. I’ve found support in the countless friendships I’ve made in all of the ensembles I’ve participated in and have experienced a tremendous amount of growth in my teaching capabilities under the tutelage of the Music Education Faculty.”