Multicultural performance group World View features musically talented students of different ethnic backgrounds from Park View High School in Sterling, VA who use their music to celebrate the cultural diversity at their school.  Dr. Miroslav Lončar teaches and leads the group. The musicians play guitars, percussion, bass, keyboard, and sing songs from different countries and in different languages. The group gives about 30 live performances each school year. They have performed songs in English, Spanish, French, German, Portugese, Swahili, Tagalog, Japanese, and Korean. In addition to popular American songs, World View's repertoire includes music from Europe, Latin America, and Asia.  Dr. Lončar formed the group in 2008, and since then several dozen musically talented students went through the group, many of whom are still active creative musicians. World View has performed for many school events in Loudoun County and for many local events and organizations: Radford International Guitar Festival, National Cherry Blossom Festival (Washington, D.C.), Zoolights at the National Zoo (Washington, D.C.), Sterlingfest (Sterling, VA), Loudoun County Public Library Young Musicians Series (Sterling, Cascades, Leesburg, VA), Claude More Autumn Fare (Sterling, VA), Fountain Concerts (Lake Anne, Reston, VA), Enchanted Forrest (Sheraton Hotel, Reston, VA), Leesburg First Fridays (Leesburg, VA), Earth Day Loudoun (Ashburn, VA), Sterling Gulf Club (Sterling, VA), TedxAshburn (Ashburn, VA), Loudoun Arts Council (Leesburg, VA). World View has undertaken several tours around Virginia and has performed at Liberty University, James Madison University, Shenandoah University, Radford University, Taubman Museum of Art, Mountain Lake Lodge, and other venues.
Last Modified on September 12, 2023