Jacob Lash, Founder & Director
Jacob holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education and is completing his Master’s degree in Conducting from George Mason University. Jacob has enjoyed teaching voice and piano privately for over 13 years, and composes and arranges for piano, congregational singing, Broadway camps, and choir.
He loves music, loves to direct, and aims to enable people from every walk of life to enjoy one of God’s greatest gifts: song.
Kerrie Cardine, Assistant Director
Kerrie received her Bachelors in Music Education from Oklahoma Baptist University. She taught music in the public schools for 3 years before teaching choral music classes to home-schooled children in the Chantilly area that included 120 students from ages 4-14. Kerrie has led music in 3 churches, has composed songs, arranged choral music, taught piano lessons, and continues to teach choirs that include her own 6 children.
Pam Sottosanti, Accompanist
Pam is a Northern Virginia piano teacher and musician. She studied piano privately from age 5 through age 18. Pam has been teaching piano for 40 years. She has developed a curriculum for introducing piano to children ages 4, 5 and 6 and is currently teaching 30 private students of all ages.
Pam’s performance and accompaniment experience includes weddings, church choirs, several performing bands and studio work. She has been the accompanist for several PWC All County and District Choirs. She immensely enjoys her current privilege of accompanying the 6th, 7th and 8th grade choirs at Marsteller Middle School in Bristow, Virginia.
Pam resides in Manassas, VA and loves spending time with her family and two grandchildren, Abrielle and Malachi.
Each section of the choir is lead by an experienced section leader who acts as a vocal leader, as a teacher in sectionals, and as a role model and support to our singers.
Soprano – Mandy Viles
Alto – Marianna Constable
Tenor – Jordan Orr
Bass – Elijah Tiemens
The GCC directors have a commitment to and love for Jesus Christ, and desire to express that in the context of music. We dedicate our efforts to God by incorporating prayer into the beginning of each semester and performance.
You don’t have to be a Christian to participate, just open to allowing faith into the musical process. We warmly welcome singers from all faiths, backgrounds, and traditions into the choir.