Our Music Scholars:
Zach Burnham, tenor, is a junior at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music studying vocal performance. Zach has had a love for singing and music from a young age. Ever since joining his first choir in the sixth grade, he has sung in countless choirs, show choirs, vocal ensembles, musicals, operas, and solo performances. Zach is so grateful to be a member of the Covenant-First family and loves making music with his fellow choir members and the congregation.
Originally from Bellingham, Washington, Lucy Evans is a mezzo-soprano entering the first year of her master's degree at CCM. She began performing in children's theater productions at age seven, and has studied classical voice for nearly eight years. In 2020, she received her Bachelor of Music from Northwestern University, where she appeared in several roles including Prince Orlofsky (Die Fledermaus), Irene in Handel's Theodora, and Euridice in a remote opera movie of Monteverdi's L'Orfeo.
A sophomore at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. He studies voice performance as a tenor. Jarrett is also a very experienced choral, as well as solo singer, having participated in several student choirs, one professional choir, a few church choirs, many competitions, and numerous recitals. Jarrett has been actively singing since Kindergarten. He is from the city of Waterford, Michigan and plans to minor in Accounting as an extra educational goal.
Originally from Maryland, Madeline has been a part of the Covenant-First choir since 2019. She has been seen on stages from Astoria, Oregon, to Sant’Angelo in Vado, Italy.
Christie Lee -- Organ Scholar
A native of Houston, Texas Emilio begins his studies as a sophomore student at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. He has sung roles in the undergraduate production of The Magic Flute and is slated to sing the role of Jupiter in CCM's upcoming production of Orpheus in the Underworld.