McGRATHPR.com – Choral Art Society of the South Shore (CAS), the region’s community choral ensemble, announces their 2022 William T. Adams Memorial Scholarship is awarded to Laurel Fallis of Plympton. The scholarship, in the amount of $1,000, is available to a graduating high school senior of a South Shore community who plans to pursue music in higher education.
Graduating from Silver Lake Regional High School in June, Fallis has been an active participant in the school system’s many performing arts programs. She has been a member of Silver Stars Drama Club for six years and has performed with several of Silver Lake’s choral programs and sung in the school’s Select Choir. She is currently a member of the National Honor Society, Tri-M Music Honor Society, All State and All Nationals Honors Choirs, Bella Voce acapella choir, All Silver Lake Modern Band, and has sung the national anthem at TD Garden and numerous local events.
Always passionate as a singer and performer, Fallis also serves as a mentor and leader to fellow students in a volunteer capacity. This fall, following graduation, Fallis will attend Belmont University School of Music in Nashville to major in commercial music focused on vocal performance.
CAS’s annual William T. Adams Memorial Scholarship is intended to support a student seeking further study in any area of music concentration, including theory, composition, music management and merchandising, conducting, history, literature, or performance. Students from the communities of Cohasset, Duxbury, Hingham, Hanover, Hull, Kingston, Marshfield, Norwell, Pembroke, Plymouth, and Scituate are encouraged to apply.
Applications and information for future Choral Art Society scholarships are available at choralartsociety.org/scholarship.
For more information about Choral Art Society, visit choralartsociety.org, or follow Choral Art Society of the South Shore on Facebook and Instagram.
About Choral Art Society
The Choral Art Society (CAS) is a South Shore choral ensemble, founded in 1958, dedicated to the performance of all genres of choral music, from Renaissance to 21st century. A non-auditioned chorus, the Society performs challenging music for the enrichment and education of its members and audiences. A non-profit organization, CAS features more than 50 singing members from Scituate and surrounding towns. The ensemble rehearses and performs in Scituate, offering one winter and one spring concert each year. The Society provides an annual scholarship to a graduating high school senior who pursues a degree in music. For more information, visit choralartsociety.org, or follow Choral Art Society of the South Shore on Facebook and Instagram.
Choral Art Society’s performances are supported in part by grants from several regional Massachusetts Cultural Council chapters, the Scituate Education Foundation, South Shore Music Circus, as well as sponsorship by Coastal Heritage Bank.