NMU Music Scholarship Competition March 27

NMU stock photo of previous music scholarship competition

Northern Michigan University's Music Department will hold its annual musical performance scholarship competition from 7:30-9 p.m. Wednesday, March 27, in Reynolds Recital Hall. Eight Northern music students will demonstrate their abilities by performing a piece of their choice in the hope of securing one of three available scholarship awards. This event is free and open to the public.

Students participating and the pieces they will be performing include:

●      Noah Nettell (piano), performing part of Ludwig van Beethoven's Sonata in F minor, Op. 2, No. 1 (Mvt. IV: Prestissimo)

●      Eli Salin (tuba), performing from Crosswalk (Mvt. I: God and Lucifer & Mvt. III: Run for It) by Jacob Fulkerson

●      Darren Hicks (percussion), performing Sonata for marimba and Piano (Allegro con brio & Andante sostenuto) by Peter Tanner

●      Christopher Adams (tuba), performing Beelzebub air varie by Andrea Catozzi

●      Sophie Laskaris (soprano), performing The Daisies by Samuel Barber & I Heard A Forest Praying by Peter DeRose

●      Nicholas Wegrzyn (alto saxophone), performing Deux Movements (Mvt. II: Caprice) by André Waignein

●      Evelyn Irrer (horn), performing Concerto No. 3 in Eb Major, K.447 (Mvt. II: Romance (Larghetto)) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

●      Aubrey Svoboda (trombone), performing Concerto for Trombone and Piano (Mvt. II & Mvt. III) by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov

Prepared By

Ashley Kluting
Student Writer

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