Wednesday, November 28, 2018

CSU Singers Excel at NATS State Auditions

Professor Coleman writes:

I am very happy to announce the fantastic results of our Schwob voice students at our National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Student Auditions this past Friday and Saturday, November 2-3, 2018 at Shorter University.  A special thanks to Dr. Shellie DeBruyn, our outgoing President of Georgia NATS and to our fabulous collaborative pianists:  Janie Lee Bullock, Tatiana Muzanova, Aesook Moon and Rachel Zimmerman.  The Schwob School of Music had an outstanding showing.

GEORGIA National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Student Audition RESULTS:

Gavin Gourley, 1st Place Overall Winner and Recitalist: FIRST YEAR MEN (Student of Prof. Earl Coleman)
Kelyn Hammonds, 1st Place, 4th/5th Year College Musical Theatre Women (Student of Dr. Shellie DeBruyn)
Thai Johnson, 1st Place, 4th/5th Year College Men (Student of Prof. Joshua May)
Mary Lee Turner, 1st Place, 3rd Year College Women (Student of Dr. Shellie DeBruyn)
Keyla Nunez, 1st Place, Second Year College Women (Student of Prof. Joshua May)
Aurora "Rory" Manley, 1st Place, First Year College Women (Student of Prof. Earl Coleman)
Travis Hall (Alum), 2nd Place, Advanced Men (Student of Prof. Earl Coleman)
Lar'Kara Betha, 2nd Place, Third Year College Women (Student of Prof. Earl Coleman)
Gavin Gourley, 2nd Place, First Year College Men (Student of Prof. Earl Coleman)
Hunter Mullen, 2nd Place, First Year College Men (Student of Prof. Earl Coleman)
Daisha Jackson, 2nd Place, Category 7A-1, First Year College Women (Student of Prof. Earl Coleman)
Courtlyn Holt, 3rd Place, Second Year College Women (Student of Prof. Earl Coleman)
Emily Earnest, 3rd Place, Second Year College Women (Student of Dr. Shellie DeBruyn)

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