Evelyn Stohlman is currently in her third year of study at West Chester University of Pennsylvania. She is working towards a dual bachelor’s degree in Music Education and Vocal Performance. Throughout her studies, she has been honored to receive many scholarships including the Raymond Cryder Conducting Scholarship, the Roz Patton Music Scholarship, and she is the winner of the 2019-20 WCU School of Music Freshman Voice Competition and the 2020-21 WCU School of Music Sophomore Voice Competition. Ms. Stohlman is currently serving as Choral Scholar and Student Conductor at the First Presbyterian Church of West Chester in West Chester, PA. At WCU, she is a sister of the Sigma Alpha Iota Music Fraternity and serves as the President of the American Choral Directors Association.
While classes are not in session, Ms. Stohlman teaches alongside Karyn Kelsey at Mary G. Porter Traditional School. Ms. Stohlman is a recent graduate of the Center for the Fine and Performing Arts Program at Charles J. Colgan High School. During her time at Colgan, she served as Student Conductor of the school’s Women’s Camerata, Founder and Music Director of the “Sharks and Flats” a cappella group, and Soprano Section leader of multiple ensembles. She participated in the ACDA National and VA All-State Honor Choirs. Additionally, Ms. Stohlman was a Student Conductor with the D.C. al Fine Chamber Choir and performed in the Kennedy Center Concert Hall with the ensemble for the Washington
D.C. Chorus Christmas Concert Series.
Ms. Stohlman is currently preparing for her upcoming trip to Austria and Germany with the West Chester University Chamber Choir where she will study Choral Literature and German Lieder. Ms. Stohlman studies voice under Lauren Athey-Janka of West Chester University and Bryan Stenson of the Army Voices. In her free time, Ms. Stohlman enjoys running, hiking, and singing. She cannot wait to meet her students at Valotta Studios!
Evelyn can be personally reached at Evelyn.ValottaStudios@gmail.com