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Victoria Ferrera

Initiator of MusiCare for Kids

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” Victoria is motivated by this quote written by Eleanor Roosevelt and tries to apply it to all aspects of her life. Victoria has always loved to sing and wanted to find a way to combine it with community service, another important part of her life. Together with her fellow members, this idea became a reality. For Victoria, MusiCare for Kids is the perfect way to share her joy of singing while helping others.

VICTORIA FERRERA is an active student at Our Lady of Mercy Academy in Syosset, New York. She strives to do her best while participating in many activities there and within her community.  As part of her commitment to service, Victoria is a Junior Volunteer at Huntington Hospital in Huntington, New York.
From a very early age, Victoria has been involved in musical theater.  Most recently, she was a supporting lead in Chaminade High School’s production of Anything Goes. Victoria has been studying voice for over five years. She has competed in NYSSMA voice and piano, as well as the Guild Program for piano.  She has also participated in All State for voice. Victoria has written a play and has composed a song where she was a first and second place winner (respectively) in the Respect Life Program through the Diocese of Rockville Centre.  She won second place in the Diocese of Rockville Centre’s 50th Anniversary Contest where she wrote an original piece of music.  Victoria also takes an active part in selecting music and arranging pieces for MusiCare for Kids’ shows.     

 Victoria is trained in dance, especially tap and ballet and is a member of her school chorus and dance company.  She is a member of Tri-M Music Honor Society and has been on the Principal’s List for high academic achievement since she began high school. She also loves the challenge of being on her school’s cross-country team. Victoria was chosen to be on the Middle States Conference Committee at Our Lady of Mercy where she helps the school board implement programs, attain new goals and make her school an even better place. Victoria hopes to send out a message of hope and encourage young people to believe in themselves and their dreams.

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