KMEA Hall of Fame
Forrest Davidson
Inducted in 1993
Forrest Davidson received a BME degree and a MME from University of Wichita with an emphasis in voice. He taught three years at Hays High School, seventeen years at Topeka West High School, six years at Salina South High School, and three years at Washburn Rural High School. While at Topeka West High School, he conducted four three-week European Concert Tours. He has sung with and directed the Hays Community Chorus, the Topeka Symphony Chorus, the Salina Chorale, and KSU Summer Musicals. Davidson was a member of ACDA, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, KMEA, NEA, and Phi Delta Kappa. He received the KsACDA Harry Robert Wilson Award in 1975.