T.C. Williams High School alum singer-songwriter Keira Moran recorded a live performance with the T.C. Williams Orchestra at Alexandria’s First Night celebration and is donating the proceeds from sales to ACPS.
Moran’s six-song performance with the 22-piece orchestra from T.C. Williams was recorded for a special set that will be available on iTunes early next year. One hundred percent of proceeds from sales on iTunes will go to APCS.
Moran graduated from the T.C. Williams in 2013 and is a songwriter living in Los Angeles, California. She has worked with eight-time Grammy nominee Graham Edwards and currently works for twelve-time Grammy nominee Red-One.
She released her first single, “Wondergirl,” in her senior year and donated 10 percent of the opening week’s sales to the Scholarship Fund of Alexandria. The single became the most requested song on radio stations as far apart as Detroit, Los Angeles and Sydney, Australia. Moran is the winner of many national and international songwriting awards.
My heart will always be in Alexandria. The city has always supported me and I would never have had this career if it weren’t for my hometown. I will take any opportunity I have to support the school system that supported me so much. This New Year’s Eve will be something special,” said Moran.
Moran headlined Alexandria’s First Night, as she has done for the past four years.
Keep an eye out for the recording on iTunes around Valentine’ Day and support ACPS!