UVA Dept. of Music- Zoë Gray Distinguished Major Voice Recital
112 Old Cabell Hall, Charlottesville, VA 22904
- Presented By: UVA Dept. of Music
- Dates: April 4, 2020
- Location: Old Cabell Hall
- Time: 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
- Price: Free
Zoë is a fourth year double major in media studies and music in the performance concentration. Born in New York and raised in Tampa, Zoë Gray has been immersed in the arts her entire life. After taking private violin lessons based on the Suzuki method beginning at age 5, and then dedicating herself to years of ballet and contemporary dance training at age 6, Zoë realized that her highest love was not actually violin or dance, but singing. Her constant exploration with musical theatre, including the lead role of Marian in The Music Man (Masque Community Theatre, Tampa), led her to realize the true power of the voice. She began studying classical voice and musical theatre under Nancy Garma her first year of International Baccalaureate high school, and currently studies with Pamela Beasley at UVa. Zoë is a member of the University Singers and continues to explore the role of music academically as a TA for Professor Noel Lobley.