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John Friskney

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Stage, 105
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About Me

Educational and Professional Background:

Colorado State University: Bachelor of Music, Music Education, Latin Honors

While attending Colorado State University, Mr. Friskney studied Voice with Dr. Nicole Asel, Choral Conducting with Drs. James Kim and Nathan Payant, and sang in the Chamber and Concert Choir. Mr. Friskney served as the Undergraduate TA for the Music Theory and Aural Skills courses. Mr. Friskney also had the unique opportunity of directing Colorado State University's award winning, competitive contemporary a cappella group, Mainstreet A Cappella. When not teaching at Rocky, Mr. Friskney serves as the Tenor Section Leader at First United Methodist Church in Fort Collins as well as performing with Laudamus Chamber Chorale. 


Courses Taught at Rocky

Prima Voce

Adv. Treble

1st Hour



3rd Hour

Low Beaux

Adv. Tenor/Bass

Lunch: M, Zero: Th

Bella Bos

Int. Treble

Zero: M, Lunch: Th

Musical Theatre

3rd Quarter Only

4th Hour


What does the Lobo Way mean to me?

Be authentic, be vulnerable, and give others the same grace you want for yourself. 


Current Favorites:


Measure Me, Sky by Jonathan Reid


Serenade for Strings Op.48 by Tchaikovsky


Scott Street by Phoebe Bridgers


Favorite Quote:

"There is no such beauty as where you belong" - Stephen Paulus, The Road Home

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