PWCS students selected to perform at the Virginia Music Educators Association Conference
Posted on 11/20/2019
Music books holding vocal sheet music. Text: Outstanding student vocalists selected for VMEA performances

Thirty-seven PWCS students have been selected to be members of the 2019 Virginia Honors Choir, one of the highest honors in their high school musical careers. The Honors Choir will perform at the Virginia Music Educators Association convention on Saturday, November 23, 2019, in Hot Springs, Virginia.

To be selected to perform in this choir, students go through an extremely rigorous process that pits our students against the top high school vocal talent in Virginia.

The students representing PWCS in the Honors Choir are:

• Shane Ashcraft, Jackson Gardner, Alaina Herman, Jaden Leonard (alternate), and Samantha Miller from Battlefield High School;
• Dean Barton (alternate), Morgan Berkheimer, Abby Blair, Daniel Bothma, Katie Bresnahan, Aubrey Guerra (alternate), Xavier Howard, Alycia Jones, Nigel Jones (alternate), Adelaide Jung, Katie Morand, Kimberlie Pagan (alternate), Faith Pettit (alternate), and Rebecca Walther from Colgan High School;
• Felix Bartolett, Cora Denny, Josh Dewitt, Rob Hunter, and Nick Wilcher from Forest Park High School;
• Jamie Unrath, Pam Untalan, and Joey Wright from Hylton High School;
• Angela Carter, Naia Duncan, Jack Johnson (alternate), Samantha Kaps, and Garrett Sprouse (alternate) from Patriot High School;
• Allison Carey and Jaden McKenzie (alternate) from Stonewall Jackson High School; and
• Zack Creson, Eisha Kc, Haley Lawson, and Ronald Marquez (alternate) from Woodbridge High School.


Osbourn Park High School’s Madrigals, directed by Dom Izzo, and Woodbridge High School’s Woodbridge Chorale, directed by Joel Shapiro, will also perform at the VMEA conference.

Congratulations to all the PWCS students who have been selected to perform at this prestigious conference.