News & Events
December 8, 2010
For the fourth consecutive year, the UNC Asheville Chamber Singers have been invited to perform at the White House. The Chamber Singers, the university's premiere student voice ensemble, will sing at the White House on December 13, entertaining VIP tours at the Holiday Open House. The choir will perform under the direction of Melodie Galloway, UNC Asheville assistant professor of music.
In addition to the performance at the White House, the Chamber Singers will sing on December 15 at Walter Reed Memorial Hospital for soldiers injured on active duty in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Choir members include students Elizabeth Acker and Allison Weinstock of Chapel Hill; Ashley Banks, Will Beasley, Benjamin Hinman, Jared Hooker, Lee Huff, Molly Olsen, Millie Palmer and Larry Rogers of Asheville; Keith Fletcher of Yadkinville; Kylee Frye and Augusta Petrick of Supply; Jonathan Crepeau of Wilmington; Megan Kazmierski of Charlotte; Andrew Proctor of Burlington; Justin Radford of Ellenboro; Joseph Ray of Tabor City; Aaron Rothemich of Raleigh; Sarah Sanders of Morganton; Molly Sanford of Hickory; Joseph Tracey III and David Waters of Greensboro; Rachel Carson of Winchester, Va.; Alyssa Scott, of Knoxville, Tenn.; alumnus Chuck Taft; and UNC Asheville Literature Professor Cynthia Ho.