November 30, 2021

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School of Songs Concerto Competitors winners announced

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Concerto Competitiveness winners (from still left) Matthew Gioia, Christopher Mantell and Yejin Lee.

The Fredonia School of Tunes hosted its annual Concerto Competitors on May 3 with a digital viewers.

Winners of the prestigious competitiveness are provided the chance to performance with important University of Songs ensembles. They incorporated:

Saxophonist Matthew Gioia, a student of Dr. Wildy Zumwalt. He will perform the third and fourth motion from the Concerto by Stephen Dankner with the College or university Symphony all through the 2021-2022 educational calendar year. Mr. Gioia, from Carriere, Pass up., is a graduate college student pursuing a Grasp of Tunes degree in Audio Effectiveness.

Pianist Yejin Lee, a pupil of Fr. Sean Duggan, with perform the initially movement of the Piano Concerto No. 2 in C slight, Op. 18, by Sergei Rachmaninoff with the University Symphony through the 2021-2022 tutorial year. From Seoul, South Korea, she is a junior pursuing a Bachelor of Songs degree in Tunes Effectiveness.

Saxophonist Christopher Mantell, also a college student of Dr. Zumwalt, will accomplish the Concert Suite by William Bolcom with the Fredonia Wind Ensemble next 12 months. From Randolph, N.J., he is a junior pursuing a Bachelor of Tunes diploma in Tunes Functionality.

Faculty of Songs judges included college Drs. Sarah Hamilton, Eliran Avni and Paula Holcomb, Laura Koepke, Barry Kilpatrick, Dr. Kay Stonefelt,  David Rose and Lynne McMurtry, joined by Fredonia alumnus Andrew Bisantz.

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