Alessandro Parisotti, Antonio Caldara, Christoph Willibald von Gluck, Franz Schubert, Henri Duparc, Gabriel Fauré, Claude Debussy, Amy Beach, Rebecca Clarke, and Florence Aylward.
About the Artist:
Megan Ormsbee ’20 is a junior in the Anthropology department from Rochester, NY, and she is pursuing the Certificate in Vocal Performance. She has been singing since she was 2 years old and trying to imitate her mother, and she started taking lessons in classical voice with Jane Günter-McCoy when she was 11. She is currently taking lessons with Martha Elliot at Princeton University. From choirs to musicals to operas, Megan has performed as much as possible, augmenting her school work with the discipline of practice and the joy of singing. She is currently a member of the Princeton University Glee Club and the Princeton Chamber Choir, as well as a member of the Princeton Opera Company, and she works as a Public Services Student in Mendel Music Library. Music is a central and integral part of Megan’s life, and she could only have continued to immerse herself in it with the unwavering love and support of her friends and especially her family.
Charlie Liu ’22 is a freshman at Princeton University where he intends to study Computer Science, with a certificate in Music Performance. He is a member of the Princeton Pianists Ensemble and is enrolled at Westminster as a piano student of Professor Ingrid Clarfield. He has won top prizes in many renowned International and National competitions in the USA. In 2008, Charlie won the Lang Lang International Music Foundation Scholarship and remains the youngest ever selected by the Foundation. He has performed on the Ellen DeGeneres Show and Oprah Winfrey Show as well as for luminaries such as Queen Rania of Jordan and Bono of U2. In his free time, he likes to play video games.