Jan. 23, 2004

Contact: Becca Ramspott, School of Fine Arts, (785) 864-5567.

KU student wins second place in music teachers association competition

LAWRENCE -- Greer Davis Brown, a University of Kansas senior in voice from Golden Valley, Minn., won second place in the Music Teachers National Association division competition Jan. 16 in Boulder, Colo.

The MTNA student competitions consist of three levels: state, division and national. The competitions are designed to encourage exceptionally talented young artists in the pursuit of musical excellence and to recognize outstanding achievement in the music teaching profession.

Brown was eligible for the division level after winning first place at the MTNA state competition in late November.

Brown, a soprano, studies with Pamela Hinchman, associate professor of music and dance.

The KU Department of Music and Dance is one of three academic units of the School of Fine Arts, which also is the parent organization for the departments of art and design and the Lied Center of Kansas. For more information on the award, please contact (785) 864-3436.


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