The 2016 White Lake Chamber Music Festival
Solo Performance Competition
Saturday, April 16, 2016
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White Lake Young Artists Solo Competition 2015 Winners
Ten outstanding finalists, representing music schools across the state, performed for an appreciative audience and professional judges at Ferry Memorial Church, on May 2, 2015, at the popular Solo Competition for college age music majors. $1000 was awarded to the top three winners. The audience also voted and an additional $125 was awarded to the audience favorite.
Elizabeth Schubkegel, flute, from Western Michigan University, took first place.
Soprano saxophonist Sean Bradley from Central Michigan University took second place.
In third place was clarinetist Katsuya Yuasa from the Boston Conservatory of Music.
The audience favorite was Alexandria Midcalf, violin, from Central Michigan University.
Schools represented were Michigan State University, University of Michigan, Grand Valley State University, Western Michigan University, Central Michigan University, Bowling Green State University, and the Boston Conservatory of Music. Judges were Robert Swan, Chicago Symphony Orchestra violist, Jenny Jones, St. Loius Symphony violinist, and music professor/saxophonist Ted Malt
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