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Arianna Torello


Name: Arianna Torello

Nickname: Ari/Trello/Rello

Year: First Year

Hometown: Wilmington, NC

Voice Part: Alto 2

Position in Loreleis: Co Assistant Music Director, CD Girl
Major/Minor: Environmental Science, B.S. / Marine Science

Solos/Duets: False Alarm


What are some of your hobbies and interests?  I like animals, sudoku and tea as well candles, hiking, flowers, and dreaming of my return to Iceland and France. My hobbies include speaking in different accents, being outside, watching planet earth, listening to French music, and eating vegetables – lots of vegetables.

Beach or mountains?  Yes.

What will you be famous for one day? In order from most to least likely: being the sister of the extremely talented Emilia Torello, owning the most vintage French CDs, being the youngest glacier tour guide in Iceland, or being Jane Goodall’s adopted child. I will keep you posted.

Favorite movie of all time? The Breakfast Club or any Jurassic Park movie. Any of them. At all. Ever.

If you were a superhero, what would your power be and what would you be called?  I would be called Tupperwoman and I would have access to all of the world’s finest tupperware at the snap of my fingers. I love tupperware.

What decade were you supposed to be born in?  Honestly, this one. Our generation is going to experience some seriously frightening global change regarding the Earth’s oceans and climate, and I am determined to make sure we do everything we can to preserve this beautiful, beautiful planet.

What’s the one thing you can’t live without?  My sister, Emilia. Also, vegetables. (I am the worst, sorry, I know.)

What’s your favorite thing about UNC? I love that everyone here is so proud to be a Tar Heel. It is a really neat thing to be a part of.

If you weren’t at Loreleis practice every Wednesday night, what would you be doing?  Quite literally, I would be watching Survivor on CBS every Wednesday at 8pm. Now I watch it online the next day. #dedication

Leave us with a quote that inspires you.  “There’s a way to do it better – find it.” Thomas Edison