PWCS Delivers on World-Class Education for Students Selected for 2017 Virginia Honors Choir
Posted on 10/27/2017
Music

Twenty-eight outstanding PWCS student vocalists have been named members of the 2017 Virginia Honors Choir, one of the highest honors in their musical careers. Selection to this prestigious choir is a competitive process that pits our students against the top high school vocal talent in Virginia. With 20 percent of the audition scores based on the students’ ability to sight-read music, a solid musical background is paramount and a PWCS World-Class Education delivers.

The choir will perform at the Virginia Music Educators Association convention to be held November 16-18. The students representing PWCS are:

 

  • Alexandra Hickey, Evan Foulke, Evan Pfost, Aliyah Desautels (alternate), and Kenny Chou (alternate) from Battlefield;
  • Trianna Owens (alternate) from Brentsville District High School;
  • Tya Robinson, Katie Huber, CJ Monroe, Tessa Ramirez, Kayro Mendoza-Ibarra, and Jeremy Thomas (alternate) from Colgan High School;
  • Sydney Whittenburg, Matthew Cahow, Mia Brown (alternate), and Jacob Gulick (alternate) from Forest Park High School;
  • Kelly Adam, Nathanael Loosli, and Ben Melugin from Hylton High School;
  • Timothy Nam and Anthony McCombs from Patriot High School;
  • Bryanna Toll from Stonewall Jackson High School; and
  • Aretha Williams, Emma Johnson, Nya Powell, Tommy Richman, Nate Owusu, and Carrolina Bydume (alternate) from Woodbridge High School.