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Aniyah Gordon, soprano, is a recent graduate of Berkeley Center for the Arts at Goose Creek High School, where she earned the SC Fine Arts Seal in Vocal Music and the BCA Certificate of Completion in Theatre. She has participated in honor choirs across South Carolina such as High School Berkeley All-County Chorus (2022-24), SC ACDA Honor Treble Choir (2022), and the SATB Choir at SC All-State Chorus under the direction of Allen Hightower (2024). 

She is a founding member of Goose Creek High School’s award-winning ensembles Sziréndal, treble voice ensemble, and Creekappella, Berkeley County’s first vocal jazz ensemble, both under the direction of Emily Reeves Bohl. During her time in the choral department, she served as a section leader (2021-24), Vice President of Sziréndal (2022-23), and President of the Goose Creek Choral Department (2023-24). In her senior year, Sziréndal was selected to perform at both the SC SC ACDA and SCMEA annual conferences where she was featured as a soloist. In her music theatre career, she has played roles such as Dorothy (The Wizard of Oz), Meg (Little Women), and a variety of ensemble parts.

Aniyah has been a member of extracurricular organizations such as International Thespian Society, National Honor Society, and Tri-M Music Honor Society. She has received numerous awards and accolades for her work as a treble singer, such as the Choral Citizenship Award (2021), Outstanding Sophomore (2022), Most Valuable Singer and Outstanding Junior (2023), Most Valuable Treble Voice (2022, 2023, 2024) and the Zola Award (2024). Aniyah was the 7th highest ranked Soprano II at SC All-State (2024) and 2nd ranked Soprano II at High School Berkeley All-County Choir (2024). She can currently be heard as a Guest Soprano at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in downtown Charleston. 

In the fall, Aniyah will continue her educational journey at the University of South Carolina - Columbia to work towards her Bachelor’s of Music Education in Choral Music Education. 

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