"I feel a connection with our singers and their families. It is my goal to sustain, grow, and deepen these connections throughout the Frederick community." - Carrie Silver
FREDERICK, Md. (PRWEB) May 11, 2023
The Frederick Children’s Chorus announced today that Carrie Silver has been promoted to Director of Development.
Carrie Silver joined the Frederick Children’s Chorus in 2019 as the Little Music Makers Coordinator. Carrie’s involvement with the arts began at a young age and she has since performed with amateur and professional arts organizations nationally and internationally. Ms. Silver studied Voice and Theory under the direction of Mr. David Hall in Philadelphia and Jane Pesci-Townsend at the Catholic University of America. Carrie holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Penn State University with a focus in Communications. She currently holds the role of Section Leader at Mother Seton Parish in Germantown, MD under Director Amy Massey and is a frequent Soloist at surrounding establishments. She has performed the National Anthem and God Bless America at the Nationals, Phillies, Orioles, and Frederick Keys ballparks.
"I feel a connection with our singers and their families. It is my goal to sustain, grow, and deepen these connections throughout the Frederick community." Carrie Silver
About The Frederick Children’s Chorus
The Frederick Children’s Chorus (FCC) was founded by Judy DuBose in 1985 on the principle that any child, regardless of training or financial standing, should be able to become the best singer they can be.
Their mission is to bring children together for the joyful exploration and celebration of singing.
FCC is a non-audition, all-inclusive children’s chorus that provides a safe place for children ages 3-18 years to come and truly be themselves.
For more information about the Frederick Children’s Chorus, visit https://fredcc.org/. You can also connect on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube.