Kat sets sail this month on the Queen Elizabeth, operated by Cunard Carnival Cruises. She will be performing in several onboard productions over the next six months while she travels through Europe, South Africa, and Australia. Have a great trip, Kat!
Kacie recently began her Ph.D. in Health Policy at Harvard University and has returned to the Boston area after 9 years of living in New York City.
Barbara is currently showing one of her paintings at "Exhibit It", a show at Pence Gallery in Davis, CA. She will also be the featured artist for the "Local Inspiration" exhibit at Solano Town Center Gallery in Fairfield, CA from August 7-September 15.
Carolyn was a semi-finalist this year in Placido Domingo's Operalia, the World Opera Competition.
Zoe Boucher, Walnut Hill class of 2006, lived in Vermont for nearly ten years after graduating from Alfred University's BFA program in visual arts.
Daniel recently joined the faculty of Columbia University. He will be co-instructing a course on ethics in the nonprofit sector at the School of Professional Studies.
Noah won first place in the Fiddle Slow Airs category of the 2019 Fleadh Cheoil (Mid-Atlantic Region), an Irish music competition. This qualifies him to compete in the Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann (All-Ireland Feast of Music).
Kat and Lydia, old friends and fellow Walnuts, reunited in London this week! They are pictured here with a mutual friend.