School of Music annual Concerto Competition slated for Sunday

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The Fredonia School of Music invites the campus and community to join the livestream to hear the 2021 finalists in the annual Concerto Competition on Sunday, May 2 at 1 p.m.

Winners of the competition usually perform some time in the following year with a major School of Music ensemble.

The partial list of participants and their teachers include:

  • Joshua Bellis, marimba (Dr. Kay Stonefelt)
  • Chris Mantell and Matthew Gioia, saxophone (Dr. Wildy Zumwalt)
  • Daniel Barna, voice (Joe Dan Harper)
  • Lucille Horn and Shane Keyes, voice (Julie Newell)
  • Audrey Potter, violin (Jessica Tong)
  • Colin Arnett and Yejin Lee (Fr. Sean Duggan)

School of Music judges to date include School of Music faculty Drs. Sarah Hamilton and Paula Holcomb, Laura Koepke, Barry Kilpatrick, Dr. Kay Stonefelt,  David Rose and Lynne McMurtry, and Fredonia alumnus Andrew Bisantz.

The livestream can be accessed online.

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