Twenty-eight outstanding student vocalists from PWCS named members of the 2016 Virginia Honors Choi
Posted on 10/17/2016
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Twenty-eight outstanding PWCS student vocalists have been named members of the 2016 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 on Saturday, November 19, in Hot Springs, Virginia. The students representing PWCS are:

  • James Harris and Tanner Jaksa from Battlefield;
  • Trinity Diaz (alternate) from Brentsville District High School;
  • Delaney Lindquist. Elizabeth Johnson, Daniel Sims, Dillen Longo, Jaden Williams, Sam Henshaw, Mark Ziv, and Morgan Dennis (alternate) from Forest Park High School;
  • Beanie Konadu, Kimberlea McCloud, Isaiah Onna, Renee Sardelli, Ernesto Servin, Robert Walters, Selby Young, and Jamine Nixon (alternate) from Hylton High School;
  • Elizabeth Martin, Tyler Parowski, and William Riordan (alternate) from Patriot High School;
  • Emma Jenni and Zafar Syed from Potomac High School;
  • Andrew Neal and Andy Wilson from Stonewall Jackson High School;and
  • Aria Austin and Daylon Lott from Woodbridge High School.