October 2020 Newsletter
Kailyn Bryant & Mayah Bernstein: Student Activists 
by Mariel Silpe
Mayah Bernstein (on the right), a technical theatre major, and visual arts major Kailyn Bryant (on the left), have spent their free time highlighting the accomplishments of Black artists. 

“My favorite thing about being a Dreyfoos student is that I have a place where I can be myself.” Bryant says.  

Liz Sinn: Transitioning Through the Pandemic
by Marion Randolph
Liz Sinn, a Dreyfoos 2020 graduate and Pathfinder winner, knew that she wanted to pursue music from a very young age. 

“I hope that one day I will be able to connect with people all around the world and become well known. But honestly, if I'm doing music, I'll be happy, no matter what it is,” said Sinn.

Brian Ross: Former Dreyfoos Parent's Continued Support
by Mariel Silpe
Brian Ross, a proud former Dreyfoos parent of two band students, Max and Holden, has continued to support the school in many ways. 

"When SOAFI takes people around, they see the creativity, and the energy, many want to help out. I send people to see our shows, and our events. Then I ask if they want to help . . . Good things happen,” says Ross.

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