Glorystar Children’s Chorus
Glorystar Children’s Chorus, founded in 1996 in Potomac, Maryland, consists of 120 members divided into four choirs: Beginning, Training, Concert, and Chamber. Distinguished for their virtuosity, versatility, discipline and teamwork, several Glorystar singers have been admitted to the local, regional and national honor choirs of the American Choral Directors Association. The numerous honors earned by Glorystar include the production of the PBS “How To Sing” program in 1996, invitations to sing at the White House in 1997 and 1998, first place at the Songs of Hope Choral Competition in 1998, selection for the 2001 Princeton Invitational Choir Festival in New Jersey, and performances at the 2003 and 2004 No Child Left Behind Summits held for hundreds of educators throughout the nation. In addition to giving two concerts every year and performing at community events, Glorystar has participated in the 2000 and 2005 Pacific International Children’s Choir Festivals in Oregon, the 2003 Tuscany International Children’s Chorus Festival in Italy, and the 2004 International Choral Festival in Vermont. Concert Choir members: Alice Chang, Jessican Chang, Maria Chang, Sophia Chang, Elaine Chen, Joanna Chen, Stephen Chen, Iris A.