VTA Releases Names Of ONE SMALL VOICE Participants

VTA Releases Names Of ONE SMALL VOICE ParticipantsVictoria Theatre Association announces the names of 22 female musicians selected to participate in ONE SMALL VOICE: WOMEN WHO ROCK. ONE SMALL VOICE strives to provide women singers and songwriters, ages 13 and up, with private coaching and recording opportunities that will ultimately give participants the confidence to follow their own music journey as solo artists.

More than 30 female musicians auditioned by submitting 60-90 seconds of themselves singing and playing original music. A final group of 22 women were chosen by a panel of judges including: Faith Daniels, (Alpha Media); Courtney Dortch, (VTA); Kim Faris (Iheartradio); Amy Handra, (VTA); Emilee Langenkamp (Downtown Dayton Partnership); Valerie Reaper, (Recording Artist); and, Lisa Wagner, (Levitt Pavilion).

The selected applicants are: Anna Baugham, (Dayton); Abagail Bower, (Dayton); Hannah Bradshaw, (Beavercreek); Kristen Budde, (Cincinnati); Megan Burian, (Beavercreek); Deb Colvin-Tener, (Columbus); Alexa Gebhardt, (Huber Heights); Katie Humble (Beavercreek); Holly Klepacz, (Bellbrook); April Malone, (Dayton); Tawana Martin, (Dayton); Ashley Myers, (Kettering); Briana Oroszi, (Ludlow Falls); Chloe Parks, (Springboro); Cameron Reich, (Beavercreek); Chelley Seibert, (Dayton); Gabriella Stauffer, (Oakwood); Emily Taylor, (Bellbrook); Jaelynn Thomas, (Beavercreek); Megan Valle, (Fairborn); Mei Li Weil, (Cincinnati); and, Taylor York, (Sidney).

ABOUT ONE SMALL VOICE: WOMEN WHO ROCK

ONE SMALL VOICE: WOMEN WHO ROCK inspired by BEAUTIFUL- THE Carole King MUSICAL, seeks to identify fledgling female singer-songwriters, ages 13 and up, in the Dayton region and provide them with a unique singer-songwriter boot camp experience centered around Carole King's message that one small voice "speaking out in honesty can change the world."

Participants will complete in a month-long boot camp experience which will immerse them in the music industry, culminating in the creation of a signature song which participants will both professionally record and share live. The boot camp consists of six workshop sessions and several private coaching and recording sessions, running from Tuesday, April 17 to Thursday, May 24, 2018. Each individual session is designed to cover a different aspect of the songwriting process; collectively, the sessions culminate in the creation and recording of an original signature song.

Participants will perform their original signature song at Downtown Dayton Partnership's THE SQUARE IS WHERE, on May 23rd at Courthouse Square in downtown Dayton. The musicians will also perform at private receptions throughout the run of BEAUTIFUL-THE Carole King MUSICAL.

BEAUTIFUL-THE Carole King MUSICAL follows Carole King's real-life journey from writing songs with her then -husband, Gerry Goffin, and other artists, to finding her own voice as a solo artist after her marriage ended. The national Broadway tour of BEAUTIFUL opens at the Benjamin & Marion Schuster Performing Arts Center, May 22 and runs through May 27. Tickets for the musical are on sale now at ticketcenterstage.com.

Victoria Theatre Association is one of Dayton's premier arts organizations, presenting the Premier Health Broadway Series, the Morris Furniture Company Family Series, the Cool Films Series, Projects Unlimited Star Attractions, National Geographic Live Series, sponsored by Subaru of America and Wagner Subaru and The Discovery Series, which features curriculum-enhanced live theatre productions for school children. In addition to the performances it presents, Victoria Theatre Association also manages the historic Victoria Theatre, the Benjamin & Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center, and the Metropolitan Arts Center, which houses The Loft Theatre. Victoria Theatre Association receives funding from a variety of diverse public, corporate, individual and private sources, including the Montgomery County Arts and Cultural District and the Ohio Arts Council. The Ohio Arts Council and The National Endowment for the Arts helped fund this program or organization with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans.



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