The MSVA awards an annual $1,000 scholarship to a Loudoun County High School senior who will pursue advanced studies in vocal performance, choral conducting, or choral music education. Scholarship candidates must demonstrate academic, service, and leadership strengths as well as financial need.  The scholarship application is available through guidance departments at Loudoun County high schools. 


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Broderick Brown has been performing since he was 5 years old when he was asked to perform the National Anthem at a neighborhood swim meet.  He's been hooked since, performing in a variety of musicals, plays, operas, and concerts.   Broderick is an avid singer, and participated in choir throughout all four years of high school, attending every honors choir for which he could audition. Broderick studies voice with Heather Vineyard and has attended the Virginia Governor’s School and Interlochen Arts Camp for voice. He is majoring in vocal performance at the Eastman School of Music, where he will continue to pursue his dreams of becoming an opera singer and becoming an advocate for keeping the arts alive in our schools.

Maggie Good has been performing since she started Kindermusik as a toddler. Throughout grade school she was in chorus, took piano lessons, and began her acting career in The Pied Piper and Annie. As she grew up she participated in piano festivals, theory classes, National Guilds, and roles including Marian from The Music Man, and the witch in Into the Woods. She made All-County and All-District all four years, VMEA Senior Honors Choir, All-State, and ACDA Nationals. When she wasn’t performing, she was a Teacher Cadet and taught 6th grade chorus and had leadership roles in her church’s youth group and music ministry. Maggie Good hopes to continue impacting the lives of others as she pursues a degree in Choral Music Education at Virginia Tech.