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All-County Honor Orchestra (Updated for 2024)

The Fayette All County Honor Orchestra event serves to recognize and showcase the finest
orchestral talent in our schools. This event will be held Friday, January 19th, 2024 and Saturday
January 20th, 2024. Selected students in middle and high school will work with distinguished
conductors to present a concert, open to the public.

  • Audition Fee ($10) Due to Your Director: November 3rd

  • Acceptance Fee ($25) Due to Your Director: December 8

  • Event Location: JC Booth Middle School

Information Letter

HS Audition Excerpts

Meet The Conductors


Dr. Annalisa C. Chang

High School All County Honor Orchestra Clinician

Annalisa C. Chang is Associate Professor of Music and Director of Music
Education at Clayton State University in Morrow, Georgia. At Clayton State, Dr.
Chang teaches general music education courses, string methods, music for
early childhood, music appreciation, and supervises student teachers. She was
named the 2022-2023 Gene Hatfield Teacher of the Year by the CSU College of
Arts and Sciences. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, she serves as
the Director of the CSU Music Preparatory School.

Dr. Chang is an active member of the American String Teachers Association (ASTA), currently
serving as the Secretary for the Georgia chapter, and as member of the national Diversity,
Equity, and Inclusion Committee and the Research Committee. She is also an active member of
the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) through her participation in the Georgia
Music Educators Association as the Georgia CNAfME Advisor, and the Children with
Exceptionalities Special Research Interest Group (SRIG), for which she is currently

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Gina Calloway

Middle School All County Honor Orchestra Clinician

Gina Calloway is currently in her 22nd year as Director of Orchestras at
Woodward Academy in College Park, GA. Previously, she held teaching
positions at both the Harpeth Hall School and the Nashville School of the Arts,
both of which are in Nashville, TN. She holds a double bachelor degree in
both Performance and Music education from the Cincinnati Conservatory of
Music, where she studied under Masao Kawasaki of the Juilliard school. She
has played viola professionally in the Detroit Symphony, New World
Symphony, Michigan Opera Theatre, Atlanta Ballet, Huntsville Symphony and Columbus
Symphony. She has been a featured violinist/violist on numerous recording sessions, both in
Atlanta and in Nashville. In her spare time, she is a free-lance violinist/violist. She has received
several teaching awards, including the Ben F. Johnson, III stipend, awarded by Woodward
Academy. Her Orchestras consistently earn Superior ratings at Large Group Performance
Evaluation (LGPE) and National Music Festival Competitions. She has three daughters (ages 14,
16 and 18) and resides in Atlanta.

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