Nearly 150 Middle School student-musicians performed at the annual Music in the Parks competition at Hersheypark on Friday, May 19, earning top marks in their respective classifications.
Our music faculty are masters in their craft and inspire within students the love of composition, performance, and theory. Students are given the opportunity to grow musically across vocal and instrumental classes, independent studies, and clubs. The opportunities to perform throughout the school year are boundless, from on-campus concerts, to conferences and orchestras across the country.
The Episcopal Academy Music Department is also focused on community service. Students share their musical talents to inspire audiences at local nursing homes and community organizations.
– Michael Wilkinson, Class of 2017
Student-musicians earned top honors at this year's Music in the Parks event.
Four EA 6th grade student-musicians were selected for the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) String Fest this year.
Each spring, the Dora Khayatt Music Competition allows Upper School musicians to display their incredible musical talents to the EA community. During this year's competition on Monday, March 6, a record-high 34 students performed music covering a wide range of genres and styles ranging from classical and jazz to pop and folk.
Lydia and Nikolai Nawrocki participated in the ACDA National Conference, while Jack Cellucci performed at the PMEA Chorus Festival.
The students spent Friday, Feb. 24, at Radnor Middle School where they rehearsed and performed with the district's top singers.