Fairfax, VA | The College of William and Mary '17
Grayson Kilgo is so thrilled to be back on Cape for his 2nd summer in Hyannis Sound. Grayson is a 20 year old baritone from Fairfax, Virginia, and just finished his third year studying marketing and music at the College of William & Mary.
Grayson comes from a very musical family. Everyone plays some sort of instrument. Grayson has studied classical alto saxophone since third grade, but decided to try singing his senior year of high school. Since then, he has been completely invested in it. Before joining Hyannis Sound, Grayson sang with the Vineyard Sound during the summer of 2014.
Grayson is very involved in the music community at William & Mary. This year, Grayson founded a new coed competitive a cappella group named No Ceiling. In their first semester of existence, they were accepted into the International Competition of Collegiate A Cappella, and earned 2nd place at their ICCA Quarterfinal to advance to Semifinals. Grayson is the President of the Botetourt Chamber Singers, and will travel internationally with the ensemble next spring to South Africa.
Grayson first heard of Hyannis Sound when he was in high school, hearing the 2007 group’s performance of “I Can’t Make You Love Me” by Bonnie Raitt.
Grayson is excited and honored to be part of this family with such fun and talented people. He would like to thank his friends and family, but mostly his mom for everything she does!