CONGRATS CLASS OF 2019!

CONGRATS CLASS OF 2019!

 

 

Congratulations to our graduating seniors of 2019! We are so proud of their musical growth and accomplishments here at the Conservatory. We hope that they will continue to keep music close to their hearts and find success in whatever they choose to conquer.

Aaron Thwaites (Piano) will be attending The College of William and Mary after taking a gap year to travel and engage in cultural and language immersion in several countries – including pursuing volunteer and internship opportunities in Central America, Asia and Europe.

Agustin Otero (Clarinet)

Catherine Marie Serra (Voice)

Daniela Rivera (Piano, Teen Vocal Ensemble)

James Cardosi (Percussion, Drums, Piano, Jazz Ensemble) is taking a gap year and will be attending Berklee College of Music’s 5-Week Aspire Summer Program. After his gap year, he hopes to study neuroscience and music.

Jacob Dunefsky (Guitar, Jazz Ensemble) will be attending Yale in the fall.

Joanna Green Delgado (Percussion) will be attending The Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam for Music Education.

Joe Konno (Violin) will be attending the University of Pennsylvania in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

Leilani Orozco (Saxophone, Jazz Theory & Improv)

Loren Yu (Piano)

Louis Melendez (Violin, Conservatory Sinfonia) will be attending Wesleyan University for Psychology and minor in Music Theory. He also plans to join the Wesleyan University orchestra, and continue to have music be a part of his life.

Lui Luangkhot (Percussion, Violin, Chamber Ensemble, Conservatory Sinfonia) will attend the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University and plans to pursue double degree in Percussion performance and Physics.

Marina Lebowich (Voice) will be attending the University of Michigan’s School of Music, Theatre, and Dance as a Theatre Arts major.

Oscar Hutarra (Piano, Viola, Chamber Ensemble, Conservatory Sinfonia)

Pablo Paucar (Saxophone, Jazz Theory & Improv, Jazz Ensemble) will be attending the University of Chicago in the fall.