North Carolina A&T Student Wins Voices of History National Competition

N.C. A&T student Angelica McRae and Travis W. Alexander pose at the voices of history vocal competition.

Angelica McRae, a North Carolina A&T State University senior music major from Charlotte, N.C., is the winner of the 105 Voices of History National Vocal Competition. The event was held recently in Washington, D.C., at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Under the tutelage and vocal preparation of Maestro Travis W. Alexander, the 2010-11 appointed 105 Northern Regional Conductor and Kennedy Center concert organist, McRae competed in a week-long series of five rigorous rounds of auditions, judged by the Washington National Opera Company against the top students chosen from across the nation’s 105 HBCUs winning the title of “National Voice” of the 105 Voices of History National Concert Choir 2011-12.

via Press Releases.