Zoe, 18, loves French and theatre. She was President of Tri M Honors (Modern Music Masters). Zoe has garnered leads in both theatrical and musical theatre productions at her high school. This past spring she performed the role of King Arthur in the mixed-gender production of Spamalot. For the studio recital, Zoe prepared “Lullaby of Birdland” and “Jenny’s Blues” (from the musical It Should Have Been You). Zoe loves challenges so she added “Just One Step” from Songs From a New World (Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics*) to her musical theatre repertoire. Zoe was in both Jazz and Varsity choirs as well as serving as the choreographer for the show choir. Recently she took on the incredible piece especially made for Kristin Chenoweth called “The Girl in 14G”. Here she demonstrates her ability to sing all three genres: Broadway, opera and jazz. This video was taken as her last performance in high school. Congratulation to Zoe for a wonderful senior year of performing.
*The studio encourages dialogue with young singers and their parents if explicit lyrics are used. When parents and singers agree to such lyrics, it is in the vein of keeping the integrity of the lyricist and acknowledging copyright issues when changing any part of a published song.