Pennsylvania Girlchoir Sings for Nobel Winner and Appoints Two New Conductors

Pennsylvania Girlchoir (www.pennsylvaniagirlchoir.org) is delighted to announce the appointment of two outstanding music educators to its conducting staff. Dr. Elizabeth Cassidy Parker, Assistant Professor of Music Education at Temple University’s Boyer College of Music, will conduct PG’s 5th thru 7th grade Troubadors. Danielle Molan, a recent graduate of Westminster Choir College’s Master’s Program in Choral Conducting, will lead PG’s youngest singers - the Scholas.

Based in Philadelphia, the Pennsylvania Girlchoir brings together 150 girls aged 8 through 18. Last season the Girlchoir had the honor of singing for Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai. Recently, members of PG and its brother choir Keystone State Boychoir performed before millions for Pope Francis at the Festival of Families. PG is led by Music Director Vincent Metallo.

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