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Scholarship Winners

Nearly every year since 1967, The Pro-Mozart Society of Atlanta has awarded a scholarship to attend the Summer Academy of the Mozarteum Institute in Salzburg, Austria during its annual competition.


2016 - 2017 Scholarship Winners

The Pro-Mozart Society's 2017 Scholarship Competition finals were held on March 5, 2017. Two winners were selected by the judges.   Each of the winners will receive a $5,000 Scholarship to study at the Mozarteum.

Both of the winners, Elena Lyalina and Andrew Sehmann, will be presented in concert during the 2017-2018 season.

Elena Lyalina

Scholarship Winner

Elena Lyalina, Pianist

Elena is a native of Russia. She received her musical training at the College of Music in Togliatti and the Glinka State Conservatory in Nizhny Novgorod. Her teachers include Irina Bogdanova and Valery Starynin. In 2013, Elena Lyalina graduated with a Master of Music in Piano Performance Degree from the University of Northern Iowa where she studied with Dr. Dmitri Vorobiev. Now she is pursuing a DMA degree at The University of Georgia in the studio of Dr. Evgeny Rivkin.







Andrew Sehmann

Scholarship Winner

Andrew Sehmann, Hornist

Andrew Sehmann is a horn player from Richmond, Kentucky. Currently he is studying for his Master's degree at The University of Georgia. In Athens, Andrew is the principal horn of the University of Georgia Symphony Orchestra, and is a member of the Southern Wind Quintet. The Southern Wind Quintet does educational outreach programs and community service within the Athens Area, teaching children about the wind instruments. he is also a substitute horn for the Chattanooga, Augusta, South Carolina Philhamonic, Hilton Head, and Albany(GA) Symphonies. He has also appeared as a member of Brevard Festival orchestra in 2012 and 2013, and as a member of the Eastern Festival Orchestra.

In addition to Orchestral and chamber playing, Andrew is an accomplished soloist. He began his soloing career at age 16 when he won the Borchardt Concerto Competition in Central Kentucky. He was a runner up for the International Horn Society's Premier Solo Competition, and a winner of the Barry Tuckwell award and the John Hawkins Award in 2016. In addition to this, he has soloed with Eastern Kentucky University's Symphony Orchestra three times. While at EKU he also performed a guest artist series at the University of the Cumberlands in 2014. He has also performed in the Central North Carolinal Area as a member of various chamber ensembles, including an opening for a new exhibit of the Asheville Art Museum.

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2015 - 2016 Scholarship Winner

The Pro-Mozart Society's 2015 Scholarship Competition finals were held on March 6, 2016. The winner was selected by a panel of five judges and will receive a $5,000 Scholarship to study at the Mozarteum.

Hideto John Mori

Scholarship Winner

Hideto John Mori, Pianist

Hideto John Mori is an aspiring pianist living in Marietta, Georgia. John began learning piano at age five and is currently studying with Edith Schiff. He has distinguished himself by winning numerous competitions, awards, and opportunities to perform in masterclasses: first place in AMTA Romantic Competition and NDMTA Bach Competition, winner in the Ruth Kern Concerto Competition, second prize in the ENKOR International Music Competition and the American Protege International Piano Competition, merit award from the National YoungArts Foundation, and masterclass award in multiple GMTA state auditions.

John has attended several summer music festivals, where he studied with renowned faculty and performed in various venues. In 2013, he attended the Lee University's International Piano Festival under a scholarship from the Atlanta Music Club. In 2014, he attended the Georgia Governor's Honor Program as a piano major. Last summer, he attended the Brevard Music Center Summer Festival, where he won first place in the high school division of the piano competition.

John is a senior at Walton High School where he plays cello in the orchestra, directs the music pit in the school drama productions and performs in the Aurelia Piano Trio. John performs regularly in the Atlanta Music Club Performers concerts as well as at retirement homes. Outside of music, John enjoys cross-country running, watching TED talks, and reading.



In the 2016 competition an Encouragement Incentive Award was presented. The winner of this award received $500.

Geneva Stonecipher

Encouragement Incentive Award Winner

Geneva Stonecipher, Pianist

Geneva Stonecipher is a senior at the University of Georgia, pursuing a Bachelor of Music degree in Performance for piano studies and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music for organ. Her major teachers have included Joseph Hokayem, Dr. Martha Thomas, and Dr. David Burton-Brown. Geneva was an invited participant of the Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival Inaugural year in 2013 and the InterHarmony Music Festival in Italy in 2014. Geneva received the rating of Alternate in the Atlanta Romantic Competition, Collegiate Level in 2013 and was a Recital Winner in the GMEA 2015 Piano Auditions. As a sophomore, Gevena was declared the outstanding Performer and Conference Recitalist for the Lower College Piano Division of the GMTA Auditions. Additionally, she won first prize in the Dean Piano Award Competition for the Federation of Music Clubs. In organ, Geneva received top prize in the AGO Atlanta Chapter Organ Scholarship Auditions in 2014 and 2015. Geneva also serves as keyboardist in UGA's Hodgson Wind Ensemble under the direction of Dr. Cynthia Johnston Turner.

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2014 - 2015 Scholarship Winner

The Pro-Mozart Society's 2014 Scholarship Competition finals were held on March 8, 2015. The winner was selected by a panel of four judges and will receive a $5,000 Scholarship to study at the Mozarteum.

Geneva Stonecipher

Scholarship Winner

Kristin Moye, Soprano

Kristin Moye graduated from Truett-McConnell College with an Associate of Arts and then transferred to Mercer University, where she not only received a Bachelor of Music in vocal performance, but she also earned her Master of Music in vocal performance. During her attendance at Mercer, she was given the opportunity to sing and travel to England, Prague, Germany, and the Czech Republic. The summer after graduating, she lived in ltaly and attended the Bel Canto Institute. The summer of 2013 she lived in Austria, where she sang the role of Madame Goldentrill. She has recently performed the role of Adina, from "The Elixir of Love," The Beggar Woman, from "Sweeney Todd" and the role of Pamina, from "The Magic Flute. She was also granted for the second time, to be a Berkshire Scholar in Massachusetts. She recently worked with Metropolitan Opera Baritone, Sherrill Milnes, in New York City with The Voice Experience. This March, she will be working with Mr. Milnesa nd his wife Maria Zouves on Suor Angelica in Savannah, Ga. She looks forward to her upcoming projects, namely, performing the role of Adele, in "Die Fledermaus" and Malwina in "Der Vampyr."



In the 2015 competition an Encouragement Incentive Award was presented. The winner of this award received $500.

Megan Brunning

Encouragement Incentive Award Winner

Megan Brunning, Soprano

Megan Brunning holds a Master of Music in vocal performance from the Universiry of Georgia. She has performed with the Atlanta Opera, Capitol City Opera, Greensboro Light Opera and Song, Songfest at Colburn, Harrower Opera Workshop, Greek Opera Studio, and the Festival of the Aegean. Her roles include the Queen of the Night in Die Zauberflote Olyrnpia in Les Contes d'Hoffmann, Gianetta in The Gondoliers, and Mabel in The Pirates of Penzance. Megan was a 2013 Regional Finalist of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions and a 2014 MONC Georgia District Encouragement Award recipient. This month, she will appear as Konstanze in Capitol City Opera's The Abduction from the Seroglio. Megan will cover the role of Konstanze in June in a Star Trek version of Abduction by Chattanooga's Scenic City Opera. In July, she will perform with Sugar Creek Opera in lllinois as the Queen of the Night.

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2013 - 2014 Scholarship Winners

The Pro-Mozart Society's 2013 Scholarship Competition finals were held on March 9, 2014. The winner was selected by a panel of six judges and will receive a $4,000 Scholarship to study at the Mozarteum.

Tzu-yi Chen

Scholarship Winner

Tzu-yi Chen, Pianist

In 2006, pianist Tzu-yi Chen joined the ranks of some of history's greatest musicians when she received the Premier Prix upon graduation from the Paris Conservatory. Her recent awards include first prize in the Georgia Music Teachers Association upper college level (2013), first prize in the Atlanta Music Club Scholarship Competition (2012), first prize in the Columbus State University Schwob School of Music's concerto competition (2012), and fourth prize in the Darmstadt International Chopin Piano Competition (2009).   She is currently staff pianist at the Schwob School, Piano and Violin Instructor in its Preparatory Division, and co-founder of the International Friendship Ministries' Arts Academy.   She holds two graduate degrees from the National Karlsruhe Music University and an Artist Diploma from CSU where she studied under Van Cliburn gold medalist Alexander Kobrin.   Ms. Chen has been invited by Distinguished Concerts International New York to debut at Carnegie Hall in October 2014.



In the 2014 competition an Encouragement Incentive Award was presented. The winner of this award received $1,000.

Megan Brunning

Encouragement Incentive Award Winner

Chelsea Davidson, Soprano

Chelsea Davidson is an award winning actress and singer from Ringold, Georgia.   She has performed in roles such as Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady, Rhoda in White Christmas, Susanna in The Marriage of Figaro, Lucy in The Telephone, and the Witch in Hansel and Gretel.   She has been a soloist for Mozart's Requeim, Haydn's Missa Brevis in F, Hops and Opera: a tribute to Grace Moore, Advent Now, Summit Pianos Concert Series, and for President Obama's Second Inauguration with the Lee University Festival Choir. She has placed in finals for the National Association of Teachers of Singing's first National Musical Theater Competition and also for the National Jenny Lind Competition.   She received first place in the Junior Women Division at the National Association of Teachers of Singing Regional competition this past year.   She is currently pursuing a degree in Vocal Performance at Lee University.   After graduation, she intends to study on the graduate level and to pursue a career as a professional opera singer.   When she isn't in the practice room, she enjoys cooking, hikes, and snuggling with her cats.   Be sure to like her Facebook page to follow her performance schedule.

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2012 - 2013 Scholarship Winners

The Pro-Mozart Society's 2013 Scholarship Competition finals were held on March 10, 2013. Two winners were selected by the judges.   Each of the winners will receive a $4,000 Scholarship to study at the Mozarteum.

Both of the winners, Mark Hadden and Tyler Walker, will be presented in concert during the 2013-2014 season.

Mark Hadden

Scholarship Winner

Mark Hadden, Pianist

21-year-old pianist Mark Hadden began playing the piano at age 7, with a teacher just down the street. Though born into a completely non-musical family, his parents were nonetheless fully supportive of their child's many interests, which included a multitude of things besides the piano. This changed in early high school where Mark made his own discovery of classical music through recordings of Mozart and Chopin - which his mother had bought for him at a yard sale. Keenly interested, Mark dove into the classical music world - buying recordings, music scores, and using the internet and the piano to explore this deeply captivating world.

Wanting to study with an advanced teacher, Mark began studying with Atlanta piano teacher Edith Schiff in his junior year of high school, transforming his approach to the piano and growing him as a musician. Mark won many GMTA piano competitions as a child, but was now winning accolades including scholarships to study at Florida State and Indiana University summer music camps as well as scholarship competitions put on by the Gainesville Pro Musica and the Atlanta Music Club. He is now in his third year at the University of Georgia studying piano performance under Dr. Evgeny Rivkin - where he is also studying organ and music theory, among other musical pursuits. Concurrent with his studies, he is enjoying singing in various groups, playing piano and percussion for the UGA Symphonic Band, playing lots of chamber music with other musicians, and being the church pianist and choir accompanist at Midway United Methodist Church.

Tyler Walker

Scholarship Winner

Tyler Walker, Pianist

Tyler Walker is a senior at Valdosta State University pursuing a degree in piano performance, studying with Lyle Indergaard. While at VSU, Tyler has received many honors. Most recently, he won the Valdosta Symphony Orchestra's concert competition for the second time, performing Chopin's Grande Polonaise Brillante. Also, he has been selected three times as a winner in the Georgia Music Educator's Association's Solo Piano competition, and was selected as Honorable Mention in the MTNA piano competition in 2013. Along with a very active performing schedule, Tyler is currently the organist at Park Avenue United Methodist Church in Valdosta. He has held similar positions at South Georgia churches since he was 14 years old.

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2011 - 2012 Scholarship Winner

Benjamin Rollings

Scholarship Winner

Benjamin Rollings, Pianist

Born along the Gulf Coast of Alabama, Benjamin began his music studies on piano and organ at the age of six. At the age of thirteen, he began studying piano with Dr. Jerry Alan Bush at the University of South Alabama in Mobile. In his senior year at the university, he was awarded the prestigious Theodore Presser Scholarship. He graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Music degree in piano performance.

He has earned extensive recognition as first place winner of several competitions including the University of Georgia Concerto Competition (2011), Alabama Federation of Music Clubs Competition (2010), the Birmingham Music Club Guild Competition (2010), the Wells Piano Competition (2009), and the Debose National Piano Competition (2008 and 2009).

Besides his studies in piano performance, other musical interests include chamber music, composition, orchestration and organ performance. Benjamin received a graduate teaching assistantship at the University of Georgia and is currently a student of Dr. Martha Thomas.

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2010 - 2011 Scholarship Winner

Jennifer Zuiff

Scholarship Winner

Jennifer Zuiff, Soprano

Jennifer received her Bachelors in Vocal Performance from Georgia State University in 2009, and is currently in pursuit of an operatic career.   She has been featured in several productions at Georgia State and Harrower Opera.   She was a NATS winner, and a recipent of the William Densmore Scholarship from 2004 - 2008.   She is a member of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus.   In addition to being a vocalist, Jennifer studied piano for 17 years.

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2009 - 2010 Scholarship Winner

Evgenia Sverdlova

Scholarship Winner

Evgenia Sverdlova

Violinist, born in St. Petersburg Russia in 1985, Evgenia picked up the violin when she was four, and at the age of six she was sure that she wanted to become a professional violinist. She was admitted to the Pre-College of the St. Petersburg Music Conservatory and from 1993-1996 she studied with L. Baranova. From there, she had lessons at the Music Conservatory in Rostock, Germany with Professor P. Munteanu. She studied at the University of Music in Berlin, University of Music and Performing Arts in Mannheim, Germany from 1997-2003.

ln 2008,she entered The University of Georgia and studies with Levon Ambartsumian (Hugh Hodges School of Music). Evgenia has participated in six Master courses with some of the finest violinists in Europe and America from 2002-2009. She was first prize winner in competitions in 2001, Prestigious stipend recipient (Geman National Foundation)in 2005, and was given a grant for studies abroad, here in the USA. She was also awarded "Best Participant" of the Vienna Master Course.

Her violin is a modern instrument built by a German violin maker Joachim Schade in 2003.

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2008 - 2009 Scholarship Winner

Kristen Center

Scholarship Winner

Kristin Center

Pianist, finished a four-year Bachelor in Music degree, in Piano Performance, at the University of Georgia in Athens. She was the pianist for the University of Georgia's top Symphony Orchestra. She won the GMEA All State 2007 first place as a solo pianist. Her most recent summer festivals include the 2008 International Keyboard Institute and Festival held in New York City.

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2007 - 2008 Scholarship Winners

The Pro-Mozart Society's 2008 Scholarship Competition finals were held on February 10, 2008. Two winners were selected by the judges, Christopher Sarzen received a $4,000 Scholarship to study at the Mozarteum and Adam Cannedy chose to receive the $250 Edward Meehan award instead of the $4,000 due to previous commitments he had.

Both Adam Cannedy and Christopher Sarzen will be presented in concert during the 2008-2009 season.

For more information about the competition event, see the XXX issue of the Amadeus.

Scholarship Winner

Adam Cannedy, Bass-baritone

Adam Cannedy received the Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, where he graduated magna cum laude in 2007. As a senior there, he performed the role of Don Alfonso in "Cosi fan Tutte," singing four performances in four days. Adam won the Encouragement Award at the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions in Atlanta in January, 2008, and has been selected as first alternate to the Santa Fe Opera apprentice singer program. He is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda music honor society. He is currently singing in the chorus of The Atlanta Opera.

For the competition finals, Adam performed the following, accompanied by Scott Atchison:

  • "Aprite unpo' quegl'occhi" from Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro
  • "Quand la flamme de l'amour" from Bizet's La jolie fille de Perth
  • "Thus saith the Lord" from Handel's The Messiah
  • "Deh, vieni alla finestra" from Mozart's Don Giovanni
  • "Hear me, O Lord" from Carlisle Floyd's Susannah

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Christopher Sarzen, Pianist

Chris Sarzen won a full tuition music sdholarship to the University of South Carolina from which he received his Bachelor of Science degree and performance certificate in 1984. He then attended the Vanderbilt School of Medicine from 1984 to 1988. In 1985 he gave a recital at Oxford University in England. From 1991 through 1993, Chris was a Fellow, Digestive Diseases, at Emory Univeristy school of Medicine, and is currently in private practice, specializing in digestive diseases. Chris continues to give piano recitals, including a 2002 recital with Lyra Quartet, made up of members of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

For the competition finals, Chris performed the following:

  • Sonata, K. 332 by Mozart
  • Etude, Op. 25, No. 12 by Chopin
  • Sonata, Op. 36, by Rachmaninov

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2006 - 2007 Scholarship Winners

The Pro-Mozart Society's 2007 Scholarship Competition finals were held on February 25, 2007. The winner was Slavik Gabinsky, pianist. He received a $4,000 scholarship to the Mozartem Institute in Salzburg, Austria.

The Edward F. Meehan Award for outstanding stage presence was won by Ben Jackson, Clarinetist.

For more information about the competition event, see the February 2007 Amadeus.

Slavik Gabinsky

Scholarship Winner

Slavik Gabinsky, pianist

Slavik graduated from Emory University in 2006, where he minored in Music. At Emory he led the chess team to best-ever finishes at the national Pan-American championships in 2003 and 2005. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.

Slavik began playing classical piano at age 5. He was the Steinway Competition winner in Georgia and in the Southern Division in 2004 and 2006, and was a Music Teachers National Association finalist in both years as well.

He is currently attending Duke University School of Law in Durham, North Carolina.

The Pro-Mozart Society presented Slavik in concert on March 9, 2008.

Ben Jackson

Edward F. Meehan Award Winner

Ben Jackson, clarinetist

Ben graduated in 2007 from the University of Georgia where he studied clarinet at the Hugh Hodgson School of Music and was a participant in the university's Honors Program. He was the principal of the Wind Ensemble, and principal clarinet in the Georgia All-State Band. He was selected to perform on National Public Radio's From the Top with Chris O'Reilly.

Ben also performed in the 2007 Members and Friends Concert of The Pro-Mozart Society of Atlanta.

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2005 - 2006 Scholarship Winners

The Pro-Mozart Society's 2006 Scholarship Competition finals were held on February 19, 2006. Two winners were awarded $4,000 scholarships to the Mozarteum Institute in Salzburg, Austria. They were Alessandra Tiraterra, pianist, and Heather Hart, flutist.

Because two scholarships were awarded this year, the Edward H. Meehan Award was not given.

For more information about the competition event, see the February 2006 Amadeus.

Alessandra Tiraterra

Scholarship Winner

Alessandra Tiraterra, pianist

Ms. Tiraterra, a native of Italy, began studying piano at the age of 6. She received degrees in piano performance in Italy and France, and moved to Atlanta in 2004.
She worked as a teaching assistant in piano department of Georgia State University, where in 2006 she received a Master's degree in piano performance. Also in 2006, she received a doctoral degree with honors in piano performance from the Accademia Angelica Costantiniana Advanced School of Music in Rome, Italy.

The Pro-Mozart Society presented Ms. Tiraterra in concert on April , 2007.

 

 

 

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Heather Hart, flutist

Heather Hart is a native of Atlanta and began her musical career studying piano at the age of seven and flute at eleven. She spent her senior year of high school at the North Carolina School of the Arts, studying under Dr. Tadeu Coelho and participating in the NCSA Flute Tour and Wind Ensemble. Currently she is a sophomore at New York University, where she studies with Keith Underwood. She has performed with the NYU Wind Ensemble and Community Orchestra.

Ms. Hart will be presented in concert by the Pro-Mozart Society on June 1, 2008.

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2004 - 2005 Scholarship Winners

The Pro-Mozart Society's 2005 Scholarship Competition finals were held on February 13, 2005. The winner was Evan Marie Dozier-Stefanuk, soprano. She received a $4,000 scholarship to the Mozartem Institute in Salzburg, Austria.

The Edward F. Meehan Award was won by Gerald B. Yarbray II, baritone.

In additon, for the first and only time, a Peoples' Choice Award was also granted based on voting by audience members. Mr. Yarbray also won the Peoples' Choice Award with the highest number of votes.

For more information about the competition event, see the February 2005 Amadeus.

Evan Marie Dozier-Stefanuk

Scholarship Winner

Evan Marie Dozier-Stefanuk, soprano

Evan Marie has studied music since the age of 14, when she began at Vanderbilt University's Blair School of Music, in its pre-college program in Nashville, Tennessee. She received her bachelor of music degree fro Vanderbilt, sum ma cum laude, in 2000. In Maym, 2006, she graduated with a Master of Music degree in vocal performance and opera from Georgia State University in Atlanta.

Following her participation in the summer program of the Mozarteum in 2005, she was an artist with the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria in 2006.

She has performed in the operas of Le Nozze di Figaro, Cosi fan tutte, Albert Herring, Suor Angelica, and Cendrillon. She is currenty teaching and collaborating with her husban, Misha Stefanuk, in the creation and development of an opera company in Atlanta, The New Opera.

Gerald B. Yarbray II

Edward F. Meehan Award Winner

Gerald B. Yarbray II, baritone

For the competition finals, Gerald performed music by Mozart, Gershwin, Gounod, Korngold, and Cecil Cohen.

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2003 - 2004 Scholarship Winners

The Pro-Mozart Society's 2004 Scholarship Competition finals were held on February 29, 2004. The winner was Patrick Harvey, pianist. He received a $4,000 scholarship to the Mozartem Institute in Salzburg, Austria.

In 2004, The Pro-Mozart Society of Atlanta initiated the Edward F. Meehan Award for outstanding stage presence, also awarded during the annual competition. This award was initiated in memory of Ed Meehan, a Pro-Mozart Patron. The Edward F. Meehan Award was won by Letricia Henson, soprano.

For more information about the competition event, see the February 2004 issue of the Amadeus.

Patrick Harvey

Scholarship Winner

Patrick Harvey, pianist

Patrick Harvey is studying at Shorter College in Rome, Georgia, for his Bachelor of Music Degree in Piano Performance. Upon completion of this work, he plans to enter graduate school earning a Master of Music Degree in Piano Performance. He has had Master Classes in Piano Performance with Oxana Yablonskaya of the Juliiard School and Therese Lindquist of the Mozarteum. He has been honored with numberous awards among which are State Winner, Georgia Music Teachers Association Young Artist Piano Competition and State Winner, National Federation of Music Club Piano Competition.

Patrick’s performance selections were:

  • Sonata in D Major, KIV 576 I. Allegro by W. A. Mozart
  • Prelude in B Flat Major, Op. 23. No. 2 by S. Rachmaninoff
  • Prelude in E Flat Major, Op. 23. No. 6 by S. Rachmaninoff
  • Sonata for Piano, Op. 26 IV. Fuga: Allegro conspirito by S. Barber
  • Two Concert Etudes I. Waldesrauschen by F. Liszt

Patrick was presented in concert by The Pro-Mozart Society of Atlanta on April 10, 2005.

 

 

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Edward F. Meehan Award Winner

Letricia Henson, soprano

Letricia Henson resides in Atlanta, Georgia. A graduate of Avondale High School of Performing Arts, she received her Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance at Clayton College and State University in 2001 and has completed a year of study in the Vocal Studies, Master of Fine Arts Degree at California Institute of the Arts in Valencia, California, 2002-2003. In addition, she received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at Spelman College in Atlanta. She performed the role of the nurse in the opera The Fisher King by Marc Lowenstein at the California Institute of the Arts, and the role of the nightingale in the opera L’Enfant Sortilege by Maurice Ravel, also at the California Institute of the Arts. Her honors include the Award for Outstanding Performer at the GMTA Voice Competition in 2000.

  • Letricia’s performance selections were:
    “Un Moto di gioja” from The Marriage of Figaro by W. A. Mozart
  • “This Little Light of Mine” – Spiritual by Robert A. Harris
  • “Porgi, Amore” from The Marriage of Figaro by W. A. Mozart
  • “Un gestern hat er mir Rose gebracht” – Art piece by Joseph Marz
  • “Summertime” from Porgy and Bess by G. Gershwin

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Past Scholarship Winners

2002 - 2003: Elenita Link, Violin

2001 - 2002: Magdalena Wor, Mezzo-Soprano

2000 - 2001: Janice Wong, Piano

1999 - 2000: Pamela Garner, Clarinet

1998 - 1999: Stephen Wilber, Piano

1997 - 1998: Adelaide Baughman, Violin

1996 - 1997: Dwight Coleman, Baritone and Mitchell Bush, Piano

1995 - 1996: Sumner Thompson, Baritone

1994 - 1995: Jacob Rossman, Flute

1993 - 1994: Michael Sullivan, Clarinet

1992 - 1993: Carlos Rodriguez, Piano

1991 - 1992: Anthony Pulgram, Tenor

1990 - 1991: Stafford Turner, Baritone

1989 - 1990: No first place

1988 - 1989: Clara Park, Piano

1987 - 1988: Katherine Eberle, Soprano

1986 - 1987: Harold Sharpe, Flute

1985 - 1986: Vivian Ueng, Piano

1984 - 1985: Christopher Pulgram, Violin

1983 - 1984: Steven Everett, Trumpet

1982 - 1983: Katherine Taylor, Mezzo-Soprano

1981 - 1982: Denise Chupp, Piano

1980 - 1981: Laura English Robinson, Soprano

1979 - 1980: Stephen Daniels, Baritone

1978 - 1979: Elizabeth Cochran, Soprano

1977 - 1978: Sherman Lowe, Basso

1976 - 1977: Susan Poole, Soprano

1975 - 1976: No scholarship awarded

1974 - 1975: Natalie Parcels, Flute

1973 - 1974: No scholarship awarded

1972 - 1973: Dera Goodner, Piano

1971 - 1972: No scholarship awarded

1970 - 1971: Wemberly Ponder, Piano

1969 - 1970: No scholarship awarded

1968 - 1969: Janette Pelkus, Piano

1966 - 1967: Irene Weldon, Soprano

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