My name is Nicole Faiola and I will be graduating from West Chester University in May with a music education degree - vocal concentration. I became involved in KSCC in the Spring semester of 2019 as a singer in Bel Canto. I absolutely loved learning from Dr. Major and being part of a diverse group of girls who all had a passion for singing. I enjoyed being a student leader in the group, so I went on to become the Bel Canto intern this year. Although my time working with this choir was cut short, I will always cherish the memories we’ve made together and the skills I have acquired from the internship; I got many opportunities to lead the group, get to know the other singers, and learn about the logistics of running a choir. Upon graduating, I hope to secure a position teaching middle or high school choir. Thank you to Mrs. Keller, Dr. Major, and the Bel Canto singers for providing me with this wonderful opportunity!
My name is Aliyah Quill and I am a high school senior at Renaissance Academy Charter School. I first started KSCC when I was in 5th grade. I’ve been in Ensemble, Chorus, Youth Chorale, and Bel Canto. I’ve had the pleasure of working with Mrs. Keller, Dr. Major, and many other talented and inspirational directors and interns throughout the past several years. I really enjoy the experience of singing in a choir, especially with others that enjoy it as much as I do. I have been involved in many other choral opportunities such as the OAKE National Conference Choirs and PMEA district, regional, and state level choirs. My passion for singing is what helped me decide what I would like to study in college. I will be attending the University of Michigan this fall to pursue a dual degree in both vocal performance and biology. I will always be grateful for the music and memories I had the chance to make with KSCC.