Garrett Elise Long (C ’91) and Kathy Voytko (C ’94) have joined Tony Award winners Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster to perform in the Broadway revival of “The Music Man.” (Pictured to the left.)
Charlene Romano (C ’91), adjunct associate professor of musicianship at Shenandoah Conservatory, assumed her new role as the elected secretary of the National Flute Association, an organization that serves more than 5,000 members. (Pictured to the right.)
Dan Shores (C ’99), adjunct professor of music production & recording technology at Shenandoah Conservatory, mixed and mastered “Latin American Classics,” the winner of Best Classical Album at the 2021 Latin Grammy Awards.
Stacey Giles (AS ’11, P ’15) married Nate Ruccio on August 8, 2021, at the beautiful Hazelwood Weddings in New Oxford, Pennsylvania. (Pictured to the right)
Devon Barnes (N ’16) and her husband Seth celebrated the birth of Bennett Tucker Barnes on December 2, 2020. (Pictured to the left.)
Alexander Bernstein (C ’16) was chosen to be the featured soloist during the Shenandoah Conservatory Symphony Orchestra’s tour to Chile in May 2022. (Pictured to the right.)
Randy Martono-Chai (C ’17) was featured in an article in “Digital Journal.”
Mackenzie Fennell (AS ’18, HP ’19) and Travis Enterline (AS ’15) were married on August 29, 2020. The couple were both members of the SU Track & Field team.
Ting-Yu Chen (EL ’19), associate dean for student affairs and professor of dance at Shenandoah Conservatory, will present a session alongside Director of Collaborative Online International Learning Yonus Mirza, Ph.D., and Associate Provost and Director of General Education, Amy Sarch, Ph.D., at the 2022 Association of American Colleges and Universities annual meeting in Washington, D.C. (Pictured to the left.)
Kelly Donah (C ’21) was cast in the role of Rumpleteazer in the North American tour of “CATS.”
Rachel Lee (B ’21, AS ’21) received an internship with Children and Screens for spring 2022.
Doris Myers Coffman (D ’48) died November 3, 2021. She graduated from Dayton High School in 1947 and attended what was then Shenandoah College where she received a Commercial Certificate.
Jay Ammen (C ’73) died November 14, 2021. As a musician he played at different venues including the Library of Congress, Supreme Court, and various embassies. Later as a technician he tended pianos at the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Theater, Virginia Museum of the Arts, and many universities and colleges in Virginia.
Victoria Wright Keyser (AS ’77, ’89) died November 25, 2021. She began her teaching career in Warren County and ended her career in Winchester City Schools after 29 years of dedication.
Yvonne M. Ryall (C ’77) died November 21, 2021. Once her children were in college, she earned a second college degree in church music from Shenandoah University and continued her active work as a choir director, vocal soloist, and lay leader in church.
Roxanna M. Emmart (AS ’92) died November 14, 2021. She taught elementary students for 30 years.
Grace Louise Olenbusch (C ’01) died November 14, 2021. She loved her family, all things musical, and art.