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Ava DiPasquale

Martinsburg , WV, USA

Style & Level

High School
Class of 2025

Highlights & Awards

  • April 2024 - Finalist in the Schmidt Vocal Competition - University of Indianapolis, IN
  • March 2024 - Soprano I at the WVMEA All State Choir and a featured soloist.
  • 2024 - CS Music 2023 All State Winner
  • January 2024 - Choir member of the Shepherd University Honors Festival
  • November 2023 - Apollo Theatre Youth Show - Mean Girls, Jr - playing Regina George
  • July 2023 - Studied at the Interlochen Arts Camp in the Voice and Opera Program, High School division, to include:
  • ▪️ "Quella fiamma che m'accende" by Benedetto Marcello - solo performance
  • ▪️ "The World is but a broken toy" from Princess Ida by William S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
  • April 2023 - Played Beverly in the Martinsburg High School production of "The Mad Ones"
  • March 2023 - West Virginia All State singer and featured singer - Soprano 1
  • 2023 - CS Music 2023 All State Winner
  • December 2022 - Featured performer at the Main Street Christmas Festival in Martinsburg, WV
  • September 2022- Featured artist at the Meyersdale, PA Labor Day Festival
  • September 2022 - Cabaret Singer in Apollo Theatre Fright Night Cabaret
  • July 2022 - Studied at the Interlochen Arts Camp in the Voice and Opera Program, High School division, to include:
  • ▪️ "O Del Mio Dolce Ardor" by Gluck - solo performance
  • ▪️ "Not a Sound to be Heard" from Les Bavards - trio performance
  • March 2022 - Participating in the West Virginia Music Educators All State Chorus
  • February 2022 - Participating in the Southern Region American Choral Directors Association Conference
  • 2021- Studied at the Interlochen Arts Camp Voice and Opera Program, Middle School Division, where Ava performed in the operetta "The Gondaliers" by Sullivan and Gilbert as Prince Louis.
  • 2/8/2020 - Performed "O Mio Babbino Caro" with the Johnstown Symphony Orchestra


Ava DiPasquale, a talented singer and pianist, is currently a junior at Martinsburg High School in the picturesque state of West Virginia. From a young age, Ava's life has been intertwined with the arts, and she has embraced multiple facets of the performing world. As a versatile vocalist, Ava has found her place as a Soprano 1 in the Chamber Choir, Show Choir, and All State Choir, showcasing her remarkable vocal abilities. Her dedication to music extends beyond her school's walls, having participated in the ACDA Regional Choir as a Soprano 1.

Ava's commitment to the arts goes even further. During her sophomore year, she served as the accompanist for the Show Choir, displaying her exceptional piano skills. She also generously shares her musical talents by assisting the Middle School Director, offering individual vocal lessons, and aiding in teaching the music for their program. Simultaneously, Ava continues to nurture her own vocal studies, constantly expanding her repertoire under the guidance of her voice teacher.

Ava's aspirations reach higher than the West Virginia mountains. Her passion for opera was solidified when she had the privilege to perform with the Johnstown Symphony Orchestra, an experience that fueled her desire to make opera her full-time career. Post-graduation, she intends to pursue advanced music performance education to pave her way into the world of opera. But Ava's life is more than just music. In addition to her dedication to academics, she studies both piano and voice, indulges her theatrical interests, nurtures a love for horticulture, and actively participates in community events.

Ava's love for the arts transcends the stage; she has been a proud attendee of the Voice and Opera Program at Interlochen Arts Camp since 2021, where she hones her craft and expands her musical horizons. In her precious moments of leisure, Ava enjoys antiquing and thrift shopping, a unique passion that complements her eclectic interests and creative spirit. With a bright future ahead, Ava DiPasquale's journey in music and the arts promises to be a symphony of talent and dedication.