Salve Regina students volunteering with Newport County Youth Chorus
Photo: Music majors Elizabeth Getts ’18, Nicole Horsman ’18 and Zoe Michalopoulos ’19 are working with the Newport County Youth Chorus as mentors and assistants to the director.
Several of Salve Regina’s music majors are building on their coursework by volunteering with the Newport County Youth Chorus, which is preparing to present its inaugural concert on Saturday, Jan. 20.
Founded in 2017 and directed by Elizabeth Woodhouse, the Newport County Youth Chorus aims to provide an exceptional choral music education program to local youth, to provide teaching opportunities and mentorship to Salve Regina music majors and to create a community arts organization that serves and connects the Newport County community.
Currently, music majors Elizabeth Getts ’18, Nicole Horsman ’18 and Zoe Michalopoulos ’19 are working with the chorus as mentors and assistants to Woodhouse.
The concert will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at Newport’s Emmanuel Church, located at the corner of Spring and Dearborn streets. The concert will also feature Salve Regina’s mixed a cappella group MixTapes, co-facilitated by Horsman and Julia Bowman ’18.