The Song-a-Day Music Fund is proud to announce that Katherine Loalbo of Coventry CT, has been selected as the 2019 recipient of the Annual Song-a-Day Music Scholarship.
Katherine is a 2019 graduate of Coventry High School. Katherine’s main instrument is the alto sax, which she has been playing since Fifth Grade. Katherine also plays the tenor saxophone and clarinet. Katherine has had a busy musical career in high school, being part of the High School’s Concert, Jazz and “Patriot” Pep Band. Among her many musical experiences, Miss Loalbo has auditioned for the Eastern Regional and the Charter Oak music festivals and has been a member of the Tri-M Music Honor Society. As part of the Coventry High School Band, under the direction of Hannah Cole, Katherine has been a section leader, and a member of the Band Leadership Team. She has also been in the orchestral pit for recent Coventry High School Drama Department productions.
This fall, Katherine begins her college studies at Central Connecticut State University where she plans to major in Music Education, with the hopes of being a school band director and performing with community bands.
Since 2002, The Song-a-Day Music Fund has awarded an annual scholarship to an area graduating senior who plans further study in the area of music. The Song-a-Day Music Fund is operated by the Song-a-Day Music Center, 2809 Boston Turnpike in Coventry. The fund is committed to supporting the study and efforts of emerging and practicing musicians. To make a contribution to or for more information about the Song-a-Day Music Fund, contact the Song-a-Day Music Center at 860-742-6878 or songadaymusic.com.