FCPS Students Named to 2016 Virginia All-State High School Honors Choir
Sixty-five Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) high school students have been named to the Virginia All-State Honors Choir for 2016 and will perform as a group on Saturday, April 30 at the Sandler Center for Performing Arts in Virginia Beach. Additionally, 39 FCPS students were named alternates to the All-State Honors Choir.
FCPS students selected for the 2016 Virginia All-State Honors Choir and as alternates include:
- Centreville High School: Gabriela Nicchitta, Kobie Turner, Rebecca Brittain, Pooja Karandikar, Caitlin Dotson, and alternates Zoe Costanza, Adam Waldmiller, Eransa Nnamugero, and Peter Waldmiller (Lynne Babock, director).
- Chantilly High School: Rebecca Gustafson, Mohammad Kahn, and alternates Pallavi Swarup, Emma Shahin, and Joel Lee (Evan Ayars, director).
- Edison High School: Talia Carter, Madison Serner, Emma Krause, and alternates Emily Wylie, Jocelyn Dawson, and Nicholas Riehle (Anna Robinson, director).
- Fairfax High School: Robert Pazhwak, Hannah Hardiman, and alternate Bree Banya (Luke Frels, director).
- Hayfield Secondary School: Jessica Pressley and alternate Nathan Tepe (Walter Krushinski, director).
- Herndon High School: Rebecca Wichman, Joey Rudek, Jacob Reeves, Evelyn Showalter, Becky Findley, and alternates Gabrielle Kubi, Victoria Schrag, and Caitlin Homet (Dana Van Slyke, director).
- Lake Braddock Secondary School: Erin Coughlan, Rachel Sowa, and Renata Botelho (Mary DeMarco, director).
- Langley High School: Camila Maric, Akbari Ammad, Regan Herberg, and alternates Trevor Goldhush, Matt Arrison, and Paloma Ferraz (Mac Lambert, director).
- Lee High School: Rachel Fuhs and alternate Brian Almodovar.
- Madison High School: Ben Schwartz, Jordyn Pistilli, and alternate Kate Gibson (Claire Rowan, director).
- Marshall High School: Sarah Koo, Conor Kelly, and alternates Sammy Graceson and Alexandra Stenseth (Keri Staley, director).
- McLean High School: alternates Daniel Thomas and Eric Juneau (Linda Martin, director).
- Mount Vernon High School: Christian Menendez (Judi Belzer, director).
- Oakton High School: Megan Griggs, Andie Carroll, Kathryn Conley, Jack Lankenau, and Jillian Tate (Tiffany Powell, director).
- Robinson Secondary School: Haley Landry and alternate Alexandra Waniel (Mike Horanski, director).
- South County High School: Shruti Nallappa, Jaspreet Chahal, and alternates Brittany Alvarado and Caroline Lawrence-Hovey (Jennifer Willard, director).
- South Lakes High School: Rhett Fetter and Meredith Brooker (Rita Gigliotti, director).
- West Potomac High School: Kevin Mann, Max Wohlleben, Maddie Finn, and alternate Taylor Stephens (Kye Won Kopko, director).
- West Springfield High School: Jennifer Hess and Katie Ballou (Dustin Brandt, director).
- Westfield High School: Kevin Kumar, Jonathan Cottrell, Isaac Mantelli, Kaliann Lassiter, and alternates Emily Rakes, Evan Kohnstam, and Matthew Schelhorn (Katie Pierce, director).
- Woodson High School: Megan Humes, Lucas Valdes, Maddie Peri, Jessica Yellowitz, and alternates Xiara Colon and Ellie D’Alessandro (Michael Ehrlich, director).
- Virginia All-State Honors Choir is sponsored by the Virginia Choral Directors Association, an affiliated unit of the Virginia Music Educators Association.
FCPS Middle School Students Named to Virginia Honor Choir
Seventy-seven middle school students from Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) have been named to the 2016 All-Virginia Middle School Honor Choir. The group will perform on Saturday, April 30, at the Sandler Center for the Performing Arts in Virginia Beach. Five FCPS students were selected as alternates.
FCPS students selected for the Middle School Honor Choir include:
Carson Middle School: Alexander Desai, Danielle Huser, Lucas Heishman, Anvitha Yellai, Alison Brown, and alternate Shriya Varada (Amy Moir, director).
Cooper Middle School: Nida Chotani, Sofia Duque, and Margaret Worden (Anthony Khong, director).
- Frost Middle School: Abby Adams, Zac Andrews, Tanvi Breinig, Katie Burruss, Catt Carcamo, Nia Carroll, Audrey Gaskins, Hamel Haile, Sophie Labys, Jing Liu, Maddie Pohland, Bonnie Pohland, Aliyah Rothbart, Sahiba Singh, Emma Tosh, August Vesilind, Ellen Wales, Will Yang, and alternates Sydney Jacob and Saskia Poot (Meredith Lee, director).
- Herndon Middle School: Emma Wise (McKenna Stenson, director).
- Hughes Middle School: Tiffanie Boyd, Louisa Margaret Mattozzi, Lauren Skinner, Nora Thomas, Ryan Van Hilst, and Corrine Wellman (Sarah Milhoan, director).
- Jackson Middle School:Marisa Haas, Isabela Vieira, Hannah Orozco, Helen Kinfu, Nathaniel Barker, Tarun Sivanandan, Hiromi Yoshizaki, Tate Wroblewski, Suhani Chopra, Maeve Mehigan, Vani Subramanian, Ava Hutchinson, Dawn Bangi, and Allison McCombs (Pat Little, director).
- Kilmer Middle School: William Blackwell, Rosa Broadberry, Elise Ebert, Jessica Lengyel-McLoughlin, Joanne Moon, Kritika Parthasarathy, Ethan Schrader, and alternate Cole Thomas (Kevin Sapp and Naomi Schick, directors).
- Lanier Middle School: Joshua Montecinos, Edward Park, Morgan Prescott, Bailey Redler, Charles Wolfer, and Judy Yoo (Juliana Woodill, director).
- Robinson Secondary School: Olivia Clay (Christen Reddig, director).
- Rocky Run Middle School: Elin Choe, Stephen Everard, Zachary Granick, Aadi Karthekayen, Tanya Kurnootala, Madeleine LeBeau, Kavya Shankar, and Megan Staton (Lynn Christman, director).
- Sandburg Middle School: Madison Maddox, Sereena Denham, Emma Brown, and alternate Trevor Hilko (Jeanne Crowley, director).
- South County Middle School: Danielle Yates and Cara Martin (Jennifer Willard, director).
- Stone Middle School: Megan Richmond (Steve Kogut, director).
- Thoreau Middle School: Grace Schmorrow and Kennan Parker (James McNamara, director).