Future inspired by childhood talent

Story posted October 19, 2015 in News by Chelsea Friedman

A childhood talent can guide you into your future, as it did for one Penn State student.

Aleksey Porcelli, a senior double-majoring in music and theatre at the university already has many things to add to his resume, due to his lifelong passion for playing piano and singing.

As the Vice President of Essence of Joy, a student organization and course, being apart of the organization allowed for him to become the piano player at the historical Nittany Lion Inn and to get an internship on Broadway. He has also written and produced his own show at the university.

He graduates in May and is ready for his career, with a dream of working for NBC.