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Hal Leonard Vocal Competition - 2019 Winners THE 2019 HAL LEONARD VOCAL COMPETITION WINNERS Hal Leonard, the world's largest print music publisher and the world leader in vocal music, launched the exciting and innovative concept of a serious music competition for voice students comprised entirely of YouTube video entries. We believe this to be the first legitimate music competition for musicians of various ages, children through college, to be held entirely on the Internet. The required repertoire was largely drawn from art song and musical theatre literature. The deadline for entry was February 2, 2019. Judging has been concluded, and we are pleased to announce the art song and musical theatre results in the four age categories of competition. Congratulations to the prize winners! We were encouraged by the commitment and seriousness of purpose shown in the video entries. If these are a representative sampling, there are clearly many dedicated students and teachers at all levels who have embraced our heritage of music literature. We thank all those who entered for confirming that this experimental venture was more than worthwhile. And we also thank the teachers and parents who guided the voice students in this competition. Thank you also to all the accompanists for their key participation. View the Winning Videos from our Previous Years Choose a Previous Year 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 ART SONG WINNERS College/University Voices High School Voices Early Teen Voices Children's Voices MUSICAL THEATRE WINNERS Young Adult Voices High School Voices Early Teen Voices Children's Voices COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY VOICES, ART SONG - Undergraduates (AGES 18-23) First Place Lindsey Reynolds School: Curtis Institute of Music Location: Philadelphia, PA Pianist: Susan Nowicki Voice Teacher: Marlena Malas Second Place Ryan Hurley School: The Juilliard School Location: New York, NY Pianist: Amir Farid Voice Teacher: Edith Wiens Third Place (tie) Nicole Leung School: New England Conservatory Location: Boston, MA Pianist: Hanzheng Li Voice Teacher: Jane Eaglen Third Place (tie) Alexis Seminario School: Manhattan School of Music Location: New York, NY Pianist: Kanae Matsumoto Voice Teacher: Marlena Malas Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) Evan Lazdowski School: Manhattan School of Music Watch Video Shayne Piles School: Missouri State University Watch Video HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 16-18 First Place Callie Iliff School: Winberley High School Location: San Marcos, TX Pianist: Carlos Quesada Voice Teacher: Michelle Haché Second Place (tie) Dalia Medovnikov School: Amity Regional High School Location: Woodbridge, CT Voice Teacher: Emily Olin Second Place (tie) Madelin Morales School: West Essex Regional High School Location: Fairfield, NJ Pianist: Shane Schag Voice Teacher: Jeanai LaVita Third Place (tie) Sam Dhobhany School: Edward R. Murrow High School Location: Brooklyn, NY Pianist: Kamal Khan Voice Teacher: Christine Moore Vassallo Third Place (tie) Madeleine Keane School: Divine Savior Holy Angels High School Location: Wauwatosa, WI Pianist: Martha Galvin Voice Teacher: Diane Lane Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) Reed Gnepper Location: Cincinnati, OH Watch Video Ella Rescigno Location: Columbia, SC Watch Video Laura Stanell Location: Harleysville, PA Watch Video Nathan Schludecker Location: Terre Haute, IN Watch Video Molly Snodgrass Location: Austin, TX Watch Video Angelina Yi Location: Fort Lee, NJ Watch Video EARLY TEEN VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 13-15 First Place Anna Zavelson Location: Austin, TX Voice Teacher: Shaunna Shandro Second Place (tie) Aliyah Douglas Location: Oro Valley, AZ Voice Teacher: Stephanie Fox Second Place (tie) Kinsey Neas Location: Austin, TX Voice Teacher: Michelle Haché Third Place (tie) Aida Skaraite Location: Lemont, IL Voice Teacher: Rachel Olson Third Place (tie) Nathan Weagraff Location: North Royalton, OH Voice Teacher: Susan Wallin Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) Norah Bernstein Location: Charleston, SC Watch Video Harriet Chilton Location: Santa Barbara, CA Watch Video Hannah Cohen Location: Cherry Hill, NJ Watch Video Isabel Hernandez Location: Winnetka, IL Watch Video Lexi Lanni Location: Bristol, RI Watch Video Isabella Recktenwald Location: Louisville, KY Watch Video Leland Smith Location: Pleasanton, CA Watch Video Evelyn Voss Location: New Providence, NJ Watch Video CHILDREN'S VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 12 AND UNDER First Place Natalie Huzij Location: Colorado Springs, CO Voice Teacher: Amy Mushall Second Place (tie) Sarah Cohen Location: Cherry Hill, NJ Voice Teacher: Kristine Biller Second Place (tie) Roger Wang Location: Suwanee, GA Voice Teacher: Qian Li Third Place (tie) Greta Blau Location: Ladera Ranch, CA Voice Teacher: Megan Theodorou Third Place (tie) Bridget Lomax Location: Short Hills, NJ Voice Teacher: Rebecca Thompson-Galecki Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) Carter Berger Location: Mentions Marietta, GA Watch Video Ciela Elliott Location: Chappaqua, NY Watch Video Logan Hoyt Location: Arlington, TX Watch Video Lauren Moutvic Location: Winnetka, IL Watch Video Kendall Sorenson Location: Armonk, NY Watch Video Lauren Yeobin Park Location: Englewood, NJ Watch Video YOUNG ADULT VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - Undergraduates (AGES 18-23) First Place David Young Location: Miami, FL Pianist: Amanda Hopson Second Place (tie) Abby Kurth Location: Lincoln, NE Pianist: Louis Claussen Second Place (tie) Laura Lydia Paruzynski Location: Stevens Point, WI Pianist: Kristin Stowell Third Place Rodd Farhadi Location: Los Angeles, CA Pianist: Daniel Stromfeld Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) Chloe Hayes Location: Decatur, IL Pianist: Ron Maurey Watch Video Rachel Horner Location: New Brunswick, NJ Pianist: Kyle Buchanan Watch Video Evan Lazdowski Location: New York, NY Pianist: Shane Schag Watch Video Julianna Smith Location: College Park, MD Pianist: Shuai Wang Watch Video HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 16-18 First Place Saoirse Ryhn School: Cedar Ridge High School Location: Round Rock, TX Voice Teacher: Michelle Haché Second Place (tie) Amanda Fawell School: Framingham High School Location: Framingham, MA Pianist: James Hay Voice Teacher: Eva Kendrick Second Place (tie) Chloe Goodman School: Westwood High School Location: Westwood, MA Pianist: Linnea Bardarson Voice Teacher: Barbara Arboleda Third Place (tie) Samantha Adams School: Ironwood Ridge High School Location: Tucson, AZ Pianist: Amy Barker Voice Teacher: Stephanie Fox Third Place (tie) Abigail Storm School: Zach Performing Arts Academy Location: Austin, TX Voice Teacher: Michelle Haché Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) Summer Beckman Location: Fountain Hills, AZ Watch Video Laura Carpenter Location: Nashville, TN Watch Video Samantha Evans Location: Austin, TX Watch Video Sydney Jones Location: Kirkwood, MO Watch Video Sadie Shea Location: Austin, TX Watch Video Nicole Sugarman Location: Coral Springs, FL Watch Video Addie Wisniewski Location: Medina, OH Watch Video EARLY TEEN VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 13-15 First Place Aliyah Douglas Location: Oro Valley, AZ Pianist: Melissa Johnson Voice Teacher: Stephanie Fox Second Place (tie) Nicole Jones Location: Alexandria, VA Pianist: Elisa Rosman Voice Teacher: Aimee Barnes Second Place (tie) Anna Zavelson Location: Austin, TX Pianist: Susan Finnigan Voice Teacher: Shaunna Shandro Third Place (tie) Reese Carter Location: Las Vegas, NV Pianist: Rhonda Carlson Voice Teacher: Rhonda Carlson Third Place (tie) Lexi Lanni Location: Bristol, RI Voice Teacher: Elizabeth Heath Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) Marina Jansen Location: New Market, MD Watch Video Arnav Khare Location: Bothell, WA Watch Video Isabella Ruano Location: Riverview, FL Watch Video Emma Wallace Location: Austin, TX Watch Video Nathan Weagraff Location: North Royalton, OH Watch Video Natalie Wiley Location: St. Charles, IL Watch Video CHILDREN'S VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 12 AND UNDER First Place Alex Vacchiano Location: West Caldwell, NJ Pianist: David Shenton Voice Teacher: Jeanai La Vita Second Place (tie) Shayla He Location: Saratoga, CA Voice Teacher: Alison Collins Second Place (tie) Lauren Yeobin Park Location: Englewood, NJ Pianist: Glenn Gordan Voice Teacher: Amelia DeMayo and Liliana Sotirova Third Place (tie) Charlotte MacLeod Location: New York, NY Pianist: Gulnara Mitzanova Voice Teacher: Amelia DeMayo, Gulnara Mitzanova and Liliana Sotirova Third Place (tie) Steven Ricciardelli Location: Morristown, NJ Voice Teacher: Mariana Karpatova Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) Elsa Dees Location: New York, NY Watch Video Winter Donnelly Location: New York, NY Watch Video Ciela Elliott Location: Chappaqua, NY Watch Video William Forbes Location: Mississauga, ON Watch Video Camryn Malo Location: Barrie, ON Watch Video Andrew Rickey Location: Voorhees, NJ Watch Video William Daniel Russell Location: Westwood, MA Watch Video Abby Springer Location: Mesa, AZ Watch Video Addison Valentino Location: Buchanan, NY Watch Video Katie Wylie Location: Franklin, MA Watch Video Brie Zimmer Location: New York, NY Watch Video Back To Top
Hal Leonard Vocal Competition - 2017 Winners THE 2017 HAL LEONARD VOCAL COMPETITION WINNERS Hal Leonard, the world's largest print music publisher and the world leader in vocal music, launched the exciting and innovative concept of a serious music competition for voice students comprised entirely of YouTube video entries. We believe this to be the first legitimate music competition for musicians of various ages, children through college, to be held entirely on the Internet. The required repertoire was largely drawn from art song and musical theatre literature. The deadline for entry was February 1, 2017. Judging has been concluded, and we are pleased to announce the art song and musical theatre results in the four age categories of competition. Congratulations to the prize winners! We were encouraged by the commitment and seriousness of purpose shown in the video entries. If these are a representative sampling, there are clearly many dedicated students and teachers at all levels who have embraced our heritage of music literature. We thank all those who entered for confirming that this experimental venture was more than worthwhile. And we also thank the teachers and parents who guided the voice students in this competition. Thank you also to all the accompanists for their key participation. View the Winning Videos from our Previous Years Choose a Previous Year 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 ART SONG WINNERS College/University Voices High School Voices Early Teen Voices Children's Voices MUSICAL THEATRE WINNERS Young Adult Voices High School Voices Early Teen Voices Children's Voices COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY VOICES, ART SONG - Undergraduates (AGES 18-23) First Place ANTHONY LEÓN School: La Sierra University Location: Riverside, California Pianist: Sergio Leiva Voice Teacher: Javier Gonzalez Second Place MERISSA BEDDOWS School: Manhattan School of Music Location: New York, New York Pianist: Luyang Liu Voice Teacher: Marlena Malas Third Place ALEX WUNDER School: Belmont University Location: Nashville, Tennessee Pianist: Bernadette O'Connor Voice Teacher: Mark Whatley Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) JOEL BROWN School: Nebraska Wesleyan University Watch Video LEAH BRZYSKI School: Michigan State University Watch Video AARON CROUCH School: Curtis Institute of Music Watch Video CLARE DEMER School: University of Arizona Watch Video EVAN LAZDOWSKI School: Manhattan School of Music Watch Video TAYTE MITCHELL School: Oberlin Conservatory of Music Watch Video HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 16-18 First Place ALEA VERNON School: Cheshire High School Location: Cheshire, Connecticut Voice Teacher: Lorraine Nubar Second Place (tie) SAM SIEGEL School: Independence High School (San Francisco) Location: Berkeley, California Voice Teacher: Rhoslyn Jones Second Place (tie) LIBBY SOKOLOWSKI School: Homeschooled Location: Hurley, New York Voice Teacher: Drew Minter Third Place (tie) BRITTANY BREWER School: Midway High School (Waco) Location: McGregor, Texas Voice Teacher: Julianne Best Third Place (tie) ANNE TEELING School: Dowling Catholic High School (West Des Moines) Location: Waukee, Iowa Voice Teacher: Gloria Olson Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) SARAH AALDERING Location: Los Gatos, California Watch Video ALEXANDRA KZESKI Location: Chicago, Illinois Watch Video NIKO MANCERA Location: Laguna Niguel, California Watch Video ALEX SMITH Location: Kalamazoo, MichiganI Watch Video MAYA THORSON Location: Manhattan School of Music EARLY TEEN VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 13-15 First Place MADELIN MORALES School: West Essex High School (North Caldwell, New Jersey) Location: Fairfield, New Jersey Voice Teacher: Jeanai LaVita Second Place (tie) PABLO RUBIN-JURADO School: Juilliard Pre-College, The Juilliard School Location: New York, New York Voice Teacher: Cynthia Sanner Second Place (tie) AIDA SKARAITE School: Glenbard West High School Location: Glen Ellyn, IL Voice Teacher: Rachel Olson Third Place (tie) CAITLIN CHISHAM School: Fatima Junior High School (Westphalia, Missouri) Location: Holts Summit, Missouri Voice Teacher: Michael Straw Third Place (tie) BRADY TUTTON School: Shorewood High School Location: Shorewood, Wisconsin Voice Teacher: Roberta Ricci Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) EMMA-BROOKE ALLEY Location: Lyman, South Carolina Watch Video EMMA BROYLES Location: Anchorage, Alaska Watch Video MAY COPPLER Location: Fostoria, Ohio Watch Video RUBY PINE Location: New York, New York Watch Video CHILDREN'S VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 12 AND UNDER First Place HARRIET CHILTON School: La Colina Junior High School Location: Santa Barbara, California Voice Teacher: Dauri Kennedy Second Place (tie) NORAH BERNSTEIN School: Palmetto Scholars Academy (North Charleston) Location: Charleston, South Carolina Voice Teacher: Loretta Haskell Second Place (tie) SHAYLE HE School: The Harker School (San Jose) Location: Saratoga, California Voice Teacher: Alison Collins Third Place (tie) QUINN DUNKLE School: Excelsior Middle School) Location: Marion, Iowa Voice Teacher: Cindy Shadrick Third Place (tie) EMMA STEVENS School: Longfellow Middle School Location: Wauwatosa, Wisconsin Voice Teacher: Helen Ceci Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) BROOKLYN BURT Location: Gonzales, Louisiana Watch Video GRACE HUYNH Location: Westminster, California Watch Video SANGHOON JUNG Location: Closter, New Jersey Watch Video GREYLYN ZURITA Location: Tucson, Arizona Watch Video YOUNG ADULT VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - Undergraduates (AGES 18-23) First Place TREVOR VANDERZEE School: DePaul University Location: Chicago, Illinois Pianist: Paul Hamilton Voice Teacher: David Alt Second Place (tie) LIZA PICCOLI School: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Location: Lincoln, Nebraska Pianist: Denis Plutalov Voice Teacher: Alisa Belflower Second Place (tie) JACQUELINE SAVAGEAU School: Clark University Location: Worcester, Massachusetts Pianist: Melanie Rucinski Voice Teacher: Julie Krugman Third Place (tie) LEAH BRZUSKI School: Michigan State University Location: East Lansing, Michigan Pianist: Judy Kabodian Voice Teacher: Anne Nispel Third Place (tie) PABLO LAUCERICA School: Northwestern University Location: Evanston, Illinois Voice Teacher: Kurt Hansen Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) MATTHEW CARTER School: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Watch Video RACHEL HORNER School: Rutgers University Watch Video SARAH POLINSKI School: Mansfield University of Pennsylvania Watch Video HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 16-18 First Place ASHLYN COMBS School: Homeschooled Location: Lexington, South Carolina Pianist: Rebecca Whalen Voice Teacher: Elizabeth Briggs Second Place (tie) ZOE COLVIN School: Homeschooled Location: Smithville, Missouri Accompaniment: Recorded Voice Teacher: Stacey Stofferahn Uthe Second Place (tie) JULIA MESSENGER School: Episcopal High School (Alexandria, Virginia) Location: Moorestown, New Jersey Pianist: Ruth Locker Voice Teacher: Cara Transtrom Third Place (tie) CHELSEA CHAET School: Eastern Regional High School Location: Voorhees, New Jersey Pianist: Melissa Daniels Voice Teacher: Melissa Daniels Third Place (tie) ARIA GRACE CRITCHLEY School: East High School Location: Salt Lake City, Utah Accompaniment: Recorded Voice Teacher: Rebecca Glade Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) JESSICA FURNSTAHL Location: Lake Tapps, Washington Watch Video ALANNA MCPHERSON Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba Watch Video CAITLIN NAVARRETE Location: Bronx, New York Watch Video CUBBY RUPERS Location: Hull, Georgia Watch Video KATHRYN SCHNEIDER Location: Muskego, Wisconsin Watch Video EARLY TEEN VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 13-15 First Place ALEK RAHMAN School: Desert Mountain High School Location: Scottsdale, Arizona Voice Teacher: Brenlie Nagy Second Place (tie) ALEXANDRA GOOD School: St. Ignatius College Prep Location: Chicago, Illinois Voice Teacher: Justin Nixon Second Place (tie) NICOLE SUGARMAN School: J.P. Taravella High School Location: Coral Springs, Florida Voice Teacher: Melanie Leibner Perkins Third Place (tie) AIDA SKARAITE School: Hadley Junior High Location: Glen Ellyn, Illinois Voice Teacher: Rachel Olson Third Place (tie) BRADY TUTTON School: Shorewood High School Location: Shorewood, Wisconsin Voice Teacher: Roberta Ricci Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) MELISSA ALIOTTA Location: Rockville Centre, New York Watch Video ANDREW FELDMAN Location: Woodmere, New York Watch Video ALLIE JESSEE Location: Apex, North Carolina Watch Video ALLEGRA MILES Location: Palm Beach Gardens, Florida Watch Video GRACE MOZITIS Location: Linwood, New Jersey Watch Video CHILDREN'S VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 12 AND UNDER First Place ALIYAH DOUGLAS School: Wilson K-8 School Location: Oro Valley, Arizona Voice Teacher: Stephanie Fox Second Place (tie) HARRIET CHILTON School: La Colina Junior High School Location: Santa Barbara, California Voice Teacher: Dauri Kennedy Second Place (tie) NATALIE WILEY School: Thompson Middle School Location: St. Charles, Illinois Voice Teacher: Dawn Harkins Third Place (tie) MADELINE HOTHAM School: Rotolo Middle School Location: Batavia, Illinois Voice Teacher: Dawn Hawkins Third Place (tie) GRAYDON YOSOWITZ School: Friends Seminary Location: New York, New York Voice Teacher: Amelia DeMayo / Gulnara Mitzanova Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) GUILIANA BRUZZESE Location: Vorhees, New Jersey Watch Video SAVANA DORAME Location: Oro Valley, Arizona Watch Video PEYTON ELLA Location: Irvington, New York Watch Video BENJAMIN HARMON Location: Eagle River, Alaska Watch Video SHAYLA HE Location: Saratoga, California Watch Video ISABEL HERNANDEZ Location: Winnetka, Illinois Watch Video AVA JOLIE SAVINO Location: Moorestown, New Jersey Watch Video CASSIDY SCHERZ Location: Mount Laurel, New Jersey Watch Video ANDERSON ZOLL Location: Austin, Texas Watch Video Back To Top
Hal Leonard Vocal Competition - 2015 Winners THE 2015 HAL LEONARD VOCAL COMPETITION WINNERS Hal Leonard, the world's largest print music publisher and the world leader in vocal music, launched the exciting and innovative concept of a serious music competition for voice students comprised entirely of YouTube video entries. We believe this to be the first legitimate music competition for musicians of various ages, children through college, to be held entirely on the Internet. The required repertoire was largely drawn from art song and musical theatre literature. The deadline for entry was February 1, 2015. Judging has been concluded, and we are pleased to announce the art song and musical theatre results in the four age categories of competition. Congratulations to the prize winners! We were encouraged by the commitment and seriousness of purpose shown in the video entries. If these are a representative sampling, there are clearly many dedicated students and teachers at all levels who have embraced our heritage of music literature. We thank all those who entered for confirming that this experimental venture was more than worthwhile. And we also thank the teachers and parents who guided the voice students in this competition. Thank you also to all the accompanists for their key participation. View the Winning Videos from our Previous Years Choose a Previous Year 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 ART SONG WINNERS College/University Voices High School Voices Early Teen Voices Children's Voices MUSICAL THEATRE WINNERS Young Adult Voices High School Voices Early Teen Voices Children's Voices COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY VOICES, ART SONG - Undergraduates (AGES 18-23) First Place SAMANTHA HANKEY School: The Juilliard School Pianist: Edward Kim Voice Teacher: Edith Wiens Second Place PIOTR BUSZEWSKI School: The Juilliard School Pianist: Hojae Lee Voice Teacher: Robert White Third Place MICHELLE BOGGESS School: DePaul University Pianist: Gregory Schifrin Voice Teacher: Jane Bunnell Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) KRESLEY FIGUEROA Watch Video ANNE MARIE STANLEY Watch Video ELIZABETH SYWULKA School: Manhattan School of Music Watch Video HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 16-18 First Place NICOLE KOH School: Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts Pianist: Ben Malkevitch Voice Teacher: Todd Wedge Second Place CAITLIN HALE DANIELS School: Richland Collegiate High School Pianist: Gloria Kim Voice Teacher: Carol Wilson Third Place (tie) SYDNEY DARDIS School: Orange County School of the Arts (Santa Ana, California) Pianist: John Henri Voice Teacher: Kathleen Martin Third Place (tie) BRENNA MCFARLAND School: Trinity Christian School (Fairfax, Virginia) Pianist: Chris Koeltzer Voice Teacher: Michael Mentzel Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) TREENA CHAUDHURI Watch Video ALEXANDER GRANITO Watch Video SARAH ROSE PARKER Watch Video KATHRYN RISCHEE Watch Video EARLY TEEN VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 13-15 First Place CARLY COONEY School: Lake Oswego High School Pianist: Daniel Buchanan Voice Teacher: Angela Niederloh Second Place MARY ELIZABETH ADLER School: Newport High School Pianist: Beth Kirchhoff Voice Teacher: Nancy Zylstra Third Place (tie) SARAH AALDERING School: Los Gatos High School Pianist: Chen Woo Voice Teacher: Kathleen Ludowise Third Place (tie) MAEVE STIER School: Homeschooled Pianist: Susan McDaniel Voice Teacher: Angela Niederloh Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) STEPHANIE CHEE Watch Video CLAIRE KWON Watch Video NIKO MANCERAE Watch Video CHILDREN'S VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 12 AND UNDER First Place EMMA-BROOKE ALLEY Location: Lyman, South Carolina Pianist: Valerie MacPhail Voice Teacher: Valerie MacPhail Second Place ALIYAH DOUGLAS School: Wilson K-8 School (Oro Valley, Arizona) Voice Teacher: Stephanie Fox Third Place (tie) CAITLIN CHISHAM School: Blair Oaks Middle School Pianist: Gretchen Huedepohl Voice Teacher: Michael Straw Third Place (tie) LENA MOLYNEUX School: The Center School Pianist: Gulia Mitzanova Voice Teacher: Amelia Demayo Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) SANGHOON JUNGE Watch Video ELORA KARES Watch Video LEXI LANNI Watch Video ARIELLE PEDERSEN Location: Spartanburg, SC Watch Video YOUNG ADULT VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - Undergraduates (AGES 18-23) First Place JAMEELAH LEAUNDRA School: Otterbein University Pianist: Tiantian Liang Voice Teacher: Keyona Willis Second Place KATHERINE RIDDLE School: American University Pianist: Andrew Welch Voice Teacher: Linda Allison Third Place (tie) LEE CLAPP School: McGill University Pianist: Parker Scheil Voice Teacher: Sanford Sylvan Third Place (tie) RACHEL HORNER School: Rutgers University Pianist: Colin Britt Voice Teacher: Alisa Belflower Honorable Mention SARAH ADAMS Watch Video HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 16-18 First Place LILY LORD School: Mclean High School (McLean, Virginia) Pianist: Ed Roberts Voice Teacher: Muriel Von Villas Second Place (tie) MACEY ARRINGTON School: Sharkey-Issaquena Academy (Rolling Fork, Mississippi) Pianist: Carol Joy Sparkman Voice Teacher: Chad Payton Second Place (tie) LINA SILVER School: LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts Pianist: Seth Weinstein Voice Teacher: Amelia De Mayo Third Place (tie) CATE HAYMAN School: Tam High School Pianist: Dwight Okamura Voice Teacher: Suzanne Darley Third Place (tie) ETHAN JAMES LYNCH School: Morris County School of Technology (Delville, New Jersey) Pianist: Ken Magos Voice Teacher: Stan Dunn Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) MELISSA CAMPBELL Watch Video SYDNEY HOWARD Watch Video KYLEE SHAFFER Watch Video EARLY TEEN VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 13-15 First Place AMALIA CREVANI School: Delaware Valley Regional High School (Frenchtown, New Jersey) Voice Teacher: Alejandra Garrido Second Place (tie) ALEXA NEILEN School: Homeschooled Pianist: David Ludwig Voice Teacher: Priscilla Bagley Second Place (tie) AUTUMN PLUCKER School: Coeur d'Arlene High School Voice Teacher: Andrea Olsen Third Place (tie) ARIA CRITCHLEY School: East High School Voice Teacher: Rebecca Glade Third Place (tie) MAEVE STIER School: Homeschooled Pianist: Susan McDaniel Voice Teacher: Jay Frayley Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) ANNE ABRAMCZYK Watch Video CAMERON VANCE Watch Video CHILDREN'S VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 12 AND UNDER First Place ELLA RUTMAN School: Lamar Middle School Fine Arts Academy Voice Teacher: Michelle Hache and Sylvia Casper Second Place (tie) SPENCER JONES School: Robinson Elementary School Voice Teacher: Lisa Casciola Second Place (tie) ALEXA REEVES School: Beck Middle School Pianist: Melissa Daniels McCann Voice Teacher: Melissa Daniels McCann Third Place (tie) ALIYAH DOUGLAS School: Wilson K-8 School (Oro Valley, Arizona) Voice Teacher: Stephanie Fox Third Place (tie) AYANNA NAVARRO School: Arlene Hein Elementary School Voice Teacher: Leslie Sandefur Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) AKIRA GOLZ Watch Video MERRIT GROVE Watch Video ELLA RESCIGNO Watch Video CHARLOTTE VARGA Watch Video Back To Top
Hal Leonard Vocal Competition - 2013 Winners THE 2013 HAL LEONARD VOCAL COMPETITION WINNERS Hal Leonard, the world's largest print music publisher and the world leader in vocal music, launched the exciting and innovative concept of a serious music competition for voice students comprised entirely of YouTube video entries. We believe this to be the first legitimate music competition for musicians of various ages, children through college, to be held entirely on the Internet. The required repertoire was largely drawn from art song and musical theatre literature. The deadline for entry was February 1, 2014. Judging has been concluded, and we are pleased to announce the art song and musical theatre results in the four age categories of competition. Congratulations to the prize winners! We were encouraged by the commitment and seriousness of purpose shown in the video entries. If these are a representative sampling, there are clearly many dedicated students and teachers at all levels who have embraced our heritage of music literature. We thank all those who entered for confirming that this experimental venture was more than worthwhile. And we also thank the teachers and parents who guided the voice students in this competition. Thank you also to all the accompanists for their key participation. View the Winning Videos from our Previous Years Choose a Previous Year 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 ART SONG WINNERS College/University Voices High School Voices Early Teen Voices Children's Voices MUSICAL THEATRE WINNERS Young Adult Voices High School Voices Early Teen Voices Children's Voices COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY VOICES, ART SONG - Undergraduates (AGES 18-23) First Place LIV REDPATH School: Harvard College Voice Teacher: Ms. Penelope Bitzas Second Place (tie) MARCEL D'ENTREMONT School: Acadia University Voice Teacher: Christianne Rushton Second Place (tie) CHRISTIAN KETTER School: DePaul University Voice Teacher: Carl Lawrenz Third Place ETHAN SIMPSON School: Curtis Institute of Music Voice Teacher: David Parker Honorable Mention CLARE DEMER Watch Video HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 16-18 First Place EMILY POGORELC Location: Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin Voice Teacher: Julia Faulkner Second Place AARON BIGELEISEN Location: Pittsford, New York Voice Teacher: Robert Swensen Third Place (tie) OLIVIA COSIO Location: San Francisco, California Voice Teacher: Todd Wedge Third Place (tie) KRISTOFER HANSEN Location: Glenview, Illinois Voice Teacher: Theresa Brancaccio Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) HAYLEY BOGGS Watch Video SARAH CLEMENTINE MIRE Watch Video LINDSAY WEBBER Watch Video SAMANTHA WILLIAMS Watch Video EARLY TEEN VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 13-15 First Place NICOLE KOH Location: Daly City, California Voice Teacher: Todd Wedge Second Place (tie) CAITLIN HALE DANIELS Location: Dallas, Texas Voice Teacher: Linda DiFiore Second Place (tie) MARIE HERRINGTON Location: Durham, North Carolina Voice Teacher: Elizabeth Linnartz Third Place SARAH AALDERING Location: Los Gatos, California Voice Teacher: Kathleen Ludowise Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) ANNIE DRYSDALE Watch Video CAITLYN McCONNELL Watch Video KAYLA THURBER Watch Video EVA WEINGARTEN Watch Video CHILDREN'S VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 12 AND UNDER First Place SYDNEY CORNETT Location: St. Catharines, Ontario Voice Teacher: Deborah Linton Second Place (tie) CARLY COONEY Location: Lake Oswego, Oregon Voice Teacher: Angela Niederloh Second Place (tie) ALIYAH DOUGLAS Location: Tucson, Arizona Voice Teacher: Stephanie Fox Third Place (tie) JULIA PULO Location: Mississauga, Ontario Voice Teacher: Linda Fletcher Third Place (tie) ANDREW SHROLL Location: Murrieta, California Voice Teacher: Noelle Catiller Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) JAMIE BRADLEY Watch Video JOHNATHON MARTINEZ Watch Video SARAH SPARKS Watch Video JENNA VENTURI Watch Video YOUNG ADULT VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - Undergraduates (AGES 18-23) First Place KELSEY LAURITANO School: The Juilliard School Voice Teacher: Edith Wiens Second Place (tie) CHRISTIAN KETTER School: DePaul University Voice Teacher: Carl Lawrenz Second Place (tie) JACK SWANSON School: University of Oklahomay Voice Teacher: Bill Neill Third Place KELLY WRIGHT School: East Carolina University Voice Teacher: Mollye Otis Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) JAKE BRINSKELE Watch Video ARICA COLEMAN Watch Video MARCEL D'ENTREMONT Watch Video MICHAEL HEWITT Watch Video HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 16-18 First Place MELISSA GOLDMAN Location: Los Altos, California Voice Teacher: Antonina Johnston Second Place (tie) RACHEL HORNER Location: Voorhees, New Jersey Voice Teacher: Melissa Daniels McCann Second Place (tie) ELIZA MANTZ Location: Mill Valley, California Voice Teacher: Suzanne Darley Third Place (tie) MISTY BIRTCHER Location: Houston, Texas Voice Teacher: Isabelle Ganz Third Place (tie) LAUREN MATLACK Location: Voorhees, New Jersey Voice Teacher: Melissa Daniels McCann Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) AARON BIGELEISEN Watch Video ALEXANDRIA CHURCHWELL Watch Video DALIA MEDOVNIKOV Location: Woodbridge, Connecticut Watch Video CECILIA DETWILER Watch Video LINDSAY ROLLAND-MILLS Watch Video EARLY TEEN VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 13-15 First Place ASHLYN COMBS Location: Lexington, South Carolina Second Place KELLEY MAGUIRE Location: Needham, Massachusetts Voice Teacher: Kimberly Moller Third Place (tie) SAM COLWELL Location: Lincoln, Nebraska Voice Teacher: Alisa Belflower Third Place (tie) ANNIE DRYSDALE Location: Oakville, Ontario Voice Teacher: Linda Fletcher Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) KATRINA COFFMAN Watch Video ASHLEY FRITZ Watch Video CASEY LAMONT Location: Austin, TX Watch Video CHILDREN'S VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 12 AND UNDER First Place SYDNEY JONES Location: Kirkwood, Missouri Voice Teacher: Lisa Casciola Second Place ALIYAH DOUGLAS Location: Tucson, Arizona Voice Teacher: Stephanie Fox Third Place (tie) MARISSA PINEDA Location: St. Louis, Missouri Voice Teacher: Lisa Casciola Third Place (tie) JULIA PULO Location: Mississauga, Ontario Voice Teacher: Linda Fletcher Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) RICKIE LEE BENEDETTO Watch Video ALEXANDRA GRACE COOK Watch Video WINTER DONNELLY Location: New York, New York Watch Video CARLY COONEY Watch Video GABRIELLE HOOPES Watch Video GIANNA LEONEN Watch Video JIMIN MOON Watch Video ALEXA REEVES Watch Video Back To Top
Hal Leonard Vocal Competition - 2012 Winners THE 2012 HAL LEONARD VOCAL COMPETITION WINNERS Hal Leonard, the world's largest print music publisher and the world leader in vocal music, launched the exciting and innovative concept of a serious music competition for voice students comprised entirely of YouTube video entries. We believe this to be the first legitimate music competition for musicians of various ages, children through college, to be held entirely on the Internet. The required repertoire was drawn from art song and musical theatre literature. The deadline for entry was February 1, 2012. Judging has been concluded, and we are pleased to announce the art song and musical theatre results in the four age categories of competition. Congratulations to the prize winners! We were encouraged by the commitment and seriousness of purpose shown in the video entries. If these are a representative sampling, there are clearly many dedicated students and teachers at all levels who have embraced our heritage of music literature. We thank all those who entered for confirming that this experimental venture was more than worthwhile. And we also thank the teachers and parents who guided the voice students in this competition. Thank you also to all the accompanists for their key participation. View the Winning Videos from our Previous Years Choose a Previous Year 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 ART SONG WINNERS College/University Voices High School Voices Early Teen Voices Children's Voices MUSICAL THEATRE WINNERS Young Adult Voices High School Voices Early Teen Voices Children's Voices COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY VOICES, ART SONG - Undergraduates (AGES 18-23) First Place ERIC JURENAS School: College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) at the University of Cincinnati Voice Teacher: William McGraw Second Place ERIN ALCORN School: Oberlin Conservatory of Music Voice Teacher: Daune Mahy Third Place (tie) NICHOLAS BROWNLEE School: University of South Alabama Voice Teacher: Dr. Thomas Rowell Third Place (tie) CHRISTIAN KETTER School: DePaul University Voice Teacher: Carl Lawrenz Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) AUSTIN BRADLEY Watch Video MARCEL D'ENTREMONT Watch Video ADAM FIELDSON Watch Video KATY HARTH Watch Video HANNAH KURTH Watch Video HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 16-18 First Place CLAUDIA OH Location: New York, New York Voice Teacher: Lorraine Nubar Second Place (tie) GRACE CANFIELD Location: Naperville, Illinois Voice Teacher: Nancy Gustafson Second Place (tie) KELSEY LAURITANO Location: San Francisco, California Voice Teacher: Lois Jane Roberts Third Place (tie) CLARE DEMER Location: Tucson, Arizona Voice Teacher: Stephanie Fox Third Place (tie) KRISTOFER HANSEN Location: Glenview, Illinois Voice Teacher: Mary Jean Allen Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) SHAFALI JALOTA Watch Video KATARINA WILSON Watch Video EARLY TEEN VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 13-15 First Place HAYLEY BOGGS Location: Oakland, Michigan Voice Teacher: Cathy Zucker Second Place (tie) LISA LOUW Location: Greer, South Carolina Voice Teacher: Tina Thompson-Broussard Third Place (tie) ANNIE DRYSDALE Location: Oakville, Ontario Voice Teacher: Linda Fletcher Third Place (tie) LAURA GUIDUCCI Location: Oakville, Ontario Voice Teacher: Linda Fletcher Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) MISTY BIRTCHER Watch Video NATHAN ESTIPONA Watch Video CIARA MARIE WALLACE Watch Video ALASDAIR PAYTEN Location: San Francisco, CA Watch Video CHILDREN'S VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 12 AND UNDER First Place NICOLE KELLY Location: Lake Worth, Florida Voice Teacher: Craig Wich Second Place (tie) CARLY COONEY Location: Lake Oswego, Oregon Voice Teacher: Dan Buchanon Second Place (tie) KARLI FORTE Location: Fremont, Indiana Voice Teacher: Lynn Syler Third Place (tie) JAMIE BRADLEY Location: Lexington, Kentucky Voice Teacher: Mary Joy Nelson Third Place (tie) SAGE HAMMOND Location: Tucson, Arizona Voice Teacher: Stephanie Fox Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) ALLISON BAUMGARTNERE Watch Video MIRA MEIKLE Watch Video JULIA PULO Watch Video ANDREW SHROLL Watch Video YOUNG ADULT VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - Undergraduates (AGES 18-23) First Place ADAM FIELDSON School: University of Nebraska in Lincoln Voice Teacher: Alisa Belflower Second Place KATY HARTH School: Lawrence University Voice Teacher: Karen Leigh-Post Third Place MICHAEL HEWITT School: Otterbein University Voice Teacher: Helen Allen Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) ARICA COLEMAN Watch Video MARCEL D'ENTREMONT Watch Video SAM HARTLEY Watch Video HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 16-18 First Place KRISTOFER HANSEN Location: Glenview, Illinois Voice Teacher: Mary Jean Allen Second Place (tie) RACHEL HORNER Location: Voorhees, New Jersey Voice Teacher: Melissa Daniels McCann Second Place (tie) MARINA KONDO Location: Rochester Hills, Michigan Voice Teacher: Jeff Norris Third Place (tie) LAUREN MATLACK Location: Voorhees, New Jersey Voice Teacher: Melissa Daniels McCann Third Place (tie) MICHAEL WILLIAMS Location: McKinney, Texas Voice Teacher: David Gaschen Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) LINDSAY ROLLAND-MILLS Watch Video CHRISTOPHER NORWOOD Watch Video EARLY TEEN VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 13-15 First Place BEN WALKER Location: Wilmington, Delaware Voice Teacher: Marian Johnson-Healy Second Place (tie) LISA LOUW Location: Greer, South Carolina Voice Teacher: Tina Thompson-Broussard Second Place (tie) STEVIE KEESE Location: Greer, South Carolina Voice Teacher: Tina Thompson-Broussard Third Place (tie) HAYLEY BOGGS Location: Oakland, Michigan Voice Teacher: Cathy Zucker Third Place (tie) COURTNEY STRAUB Location: Laurel Springs, New Jersey Voice Teacher: Melissa Daniels McCann Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) GABI LEIBOWITZ Watch Video ANYA OLSEN Watch Video JACKLYN SUMMERS Watch Video CHILDREN'S VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 12 AND UNDER First Place GRACE ROBERTSON Location: St. Louis, Missouri Voice Teacher: Lisa Casciola Second Place (tie) CARLY COONEY Location: Lake Oswego, Oregon Voice Teacher: Dan Buchanon Second Place (tie) JOHN HEALY Location: Arvada, Colorado Voice Teacher: Becky Bradley Third Place (tie) AGNE GIEDRAITYTE Location: Downers Grove, Illinois Voice Teacher: Nida Grigalaviciute Third Place (tie) MARIA KNASEL Location: St. Louis, Missouri Voice Teacher: Lisa Casciola Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) ALIYAH DOUGLAS Watch Video AVERY KADISH Watch Video GIANNA LEONEN Watch Video PAIGE NORTHRUP Watch Video Back To Top
Xanadu Jr. - Broadway Junior Menu LEARN MORE About Broadway Junior What Comes With the Showkit™? How to License a Broadway Junior Musical Order an Audio Sampler Frequently Asked Questions 60-Min.ute Musicals [JR.] 60-Minute Musicals Aladdin Jr. (Disney) Alice in Wonderland Jr. (Disney) Annie Jr. Beauty and the Beast Jr. (Disney) Bugsy Malone Jr. Children Of Eden Jr. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr. Dear Edwina Jr. Doctor Dolittle Jr. Elf The Musical Jr. Fame Jr. Fiddler on the Roof Jr. Finian's Rainbow Jr. Flat Stanley Jr. Frozen Jr. A Ghost Tale for Mr. Dickens Jr. (Magic Tree House) Godspell Jr. Guys and Dolls Jr. Hairspray Jr. High School Musical Jr. (Disney) High School Musical 2 Jr. (Disney) Honk! Jr. Into the Woods Jr. James and the Giant Peach Jr. (Roald Dahl) Junie B. Jones Jr. Legally Blonde Jr. The Lion King Jr. (Disney) The Little Mermaid Jr. (Disney) Madagascar - A Musical Adventure Jr. Mary Poppins Jr. (Disney/Cameron Mackintosh) The Music Man Jr. My Son Pinocchio Jr. (Disney) Once on This Island Jr. Peter Pan Jr. (Broadway) The Phantom Tollbooth Jr. The Pirates of Penzance Jr. Schoolhouse Rock Live! Jr. Seussical Jr. Shrek Jr. Singin' In The Rain Jr. Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr. Willy Wonka Jr. (Roald Dahl) Xanadu Jr. 30-Min.ute Musicals [KIDS] 30-Minute Musicals 101 Dalmatians KIDS (Disney) Aladdin KIDS (Disney) Annie KIDS Aristocats KIDS (Disney) Cinderella KIDS (Disney) Dinosaurs Before Dark KIDS (Magic Tree House) The Jungle Book KIDS (Disney) The Knight at Dawn KIDS (Magic Tree House) The Lion King KIDS (Disney) The Music Man KIDS Pirates Past Noon KIDS (Magic Tree House) Seussical KIDS Willy Wonka KIDS (Roald Dahl) Winnie the Pooh KIDS (Disney) A Year with Frog and Toad KIDS Product Information Musical Numbers Cast of Characters Credits Book by Douglas Carter Beane Music and Lyrics by by Jeff Lynne and John Farrar Based on the Universal Pictures film with a screenplay by Richard Danus & Marc Rubel Overview / Synopsis One Act, Book Musical, Rated G Broadway Junior Version A Greek muse inspires love, laughter and the world's first Roller Disco in this 1980s glitter explosion. (60-MINUTE VERSION FOR YOUNG PERFORMERS) This Tony Award-nominated hilarious, roller skating, musical adventure about following your dreams despite the limitations others set for you, rolls along to the original hit score composed by pop-rock legends Jeff Lynne and John Farrar and has been adapted for the MTI Broadway Junior Collection. Based on the Universal Pictures' cult classic movie of the same title, which starred Olivia Newton-John and Gene Kelly, XANADU JR. is hilarity on wheels for adults, children and anyone who has ever wanted to feel inspired. The year is 1980. Somewhere along the beach in Venice, California, Sonny Malone becomes frustrated with the mural he has painted of the nine muses of Greek mythology. After he storms off in frustration, the Muses come to life (I'm Alive) and Kira (a.k.a. Clio), Sonny's Muse, hatches a plan to inspire Sonny to artistic greatness. Kira disguises herself as a regular mortal from Australia and arrives at the Santa Monica pier just in time to rescue Sonny. Kira begins her work (Magic), and Sonny reveals his dream to open a roller disco. Inspiring Sonny brings Kira one step closer to being granted the gift of Xanadu. This infuriates sister Muses, Melpomene and Calliope, who hatch a plan to curse Kira so she falls in love with Sonny, a mortal, which is forbidden (Evil Woman). Sonny and Kira meet again in front of a rundown theater and receive a sign that things are coming together to fulfill Sonny's dream (Suddenly). Sonny meets with Danny, the owner of the theater, who is not interested in Sonny's plan until Kira enters and reminds him of someone he knew long ago (Whenever You're Away From Me). In a flashback, we learn that Kira once came to Danny disguised as the southern belle, Kitty, and inspired him to build the old theater. Melpomene and Calliope hide in the abandoned theater and await the arrival of Kira and Sonny so they can curse them and make them fall in love. Danny and Sonny run into each other at the theater, which is named Xanadu, and share their individual visions for its restoration (Dancin'). Danny agrees to give Sonny the theater if he can fix it up by the end of the day. Kira arrives, and they begin planning, providing Melpomene and Calliope with the moment they have been waiting for (Strange Magic). Left with only one hour to restore the theater, the Muses enter and help with the job (All Over The World). With the theater restored, Danny is back in show business, and Sonny's dreams are coming true. The two of them admire the Xanadu sign, while Kira receives a message via Hermes from Zeus reminding her of the rules she must live by. Realizing her feelings, Kira tries to leave, but Sonny begs her to stay (Don't Walk Away). Kira gets away and her evil sisters talk Danny into selling them the theater. Kira returns to Venice Beach to re-enter the mural, having failed in her quest to inspire Sonny and achieve Xanadu for herself. Confronted by her sisters and Sonny, the truth comes out, and she leaves, flying on Pegasus, back to Mount Olympus (Suspended in Time). Kira is brought before Zeus, Aprhodite, Thetis, and Hera to answer for what she has done. Zeus proclaims his sentence, but the others beg his mercy (Have You Never Been Mellow). Zeus pardons Kira, and Sonny arrives at Mount Olympus to profess his love. Zeus decrees that Kira shall return to Earth as a mortal to be with Sonny. He grants her the gift of Xanadu. XANADU JR. is a moving, electrifying tale of endless fun that will keep audiences in stitches, while the original, legendary chart-topping tunes lift them out of their seats. Filled with 80s nostalgia, students will love to strap on their roller skates and perform this silly comedic gem. With a flexible cast size, XANADU JR. is a great choice for groups looking to use a smaller cast size but can easily be expanded for larger groups. You'll want to keep the music in your head, and XANADU JR! in your heart, forever. Audio Sampler - HL00114416 $10.00 ShowKit - HL00114406 $645.00 This ShowKit includes: 30 Actor's Books Choreography DVD Director's Guide 30 Family Matters Booklets Media Disk 2 Performance/Accompaniment CDs Piano/Vocal Score 60-Minute JR. Request Individual Components 00114407 - Director's Guide $100.00 00114408 - Piano/Vocal Score $40.00 00114409 - Actor's Script $10.00 00114410 - Actor's Script 10-Pak $75.00 00114411 - Rehearsal/Accompaniment CD $75.00 00114412 - Student Rehearsal CD $10.00 00114413 - Student Rehearsal CD 20-Pak $100.00 00114414 - Choreography DVD $50.00 00114415 - Media Disc $10.00 00114416 - Audio Sampler $10.00 Hear A Sample Pure Imagination I'm Alive (Part 1) I'm Alive (Part 2) Magic Evil Woman Suddenly Whenever You're Away From Me (Part 1) Whenever You're Away From Me (Part 2) Dancin' Strange Magic All Over The World Don't Walk Away Suspended In Time Have You Never Been Mellow Xanadu Cast Size Large (over 20) Cast Type Children in Cast, Ensemble Cast - Many featured roles, Star Vehicle - Female, Star Vehicle - Male Dance Requirement Heavy (Extensive Dance Sections/Solos) APRHODITE The Goddess of Love. Range: E3-C4 CALLIOPE Muse of Epics, is Melpomene's "Wing-Muse". She is equally devious and listens closely to her sister's direction. Range: G3-E5 DANNY MAGUIRE A real estate magnate and owner of the Xanadu theater. He goes from being guarded about protecting the theater to becoming partners with Sonny and then betraying him. Range: G2-C4 ENSEMBLE Eros, Cyclops, Centaur, Medusa, and the Greek Chorus HERA Zeus' wife and is known for her comparable status to her husband. Range: E4-C5 HERMES A hilarious cameo role for a performer with excellent comedic skills. KIRA The Greek heroine and loveable, young ing�nue. She begins the play as Clio, the youngest and the most idealistic of the Muses. With the addition of leg warmers and an Australian accent, she quickly becomes Kira to help Sonny realize his dreams. She is ambitious, smart and like Sonny, pure of heart. Range: G3-E5 MELPOMENE Muse of Tragedy, is the eldest of the Muses and is most responsible for plotting against Kira. Range: G3-F5 OTHER MUSES Erato, Euterpe, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, Thalia, Urania SIRENS Melpomene's nine alluring daughters. SONNY MALONE The young male lead from the beaches of California. He is wide-eyed, full of dreams and can be a bit sensitive; after all, he is an artist! While Sonny may not be the brightest, he is very sincere and earnest. Range: G3-Bb4 THE ANDREWS SISTERS (Maxine, Patty and Laverne) An exact duplicate of the Andrews Sisters that were famous in the 1940s. Range: B3-Eb5 THE TUBES An iconic, hard-rockin' new-wave band of the 80s. Range: A3-G#4 THETIS The Goddess of the Sea who tells the pivotal story of Achilles and his vulnerable heel, which in turn, changes Kira's perspective about really loving Sonny. Range: C4-E5 ZEUS The King of the Gods Range: E3-D4