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April 25, 2011
Contact: Erin Curtis-Dierks, School of Music, 785-864-9742

Music students chosen to perform in graduate honors recital

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LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas School of Music chose several students to perform in the spring graduate honors recital.

The recital took place April 20 in Swarthout Recital Hall. This year’s graduate honors recital performers were:

David Chavannes
Jiwon Choi
Etta Fung
Crystal Lam
Doug Perry
Laura Potter
Brad Walker
Lawrence 5: Bo Atlas, Jeremy Dowden, Breanna Ellison, Janis Porietis and Mason Tyler
Piano duo: Sunyoung Ju and Suk Jung Woo

The performers are listed below by hometown, level in school, major, faculty adviser, parents’ name and high school or previous degrees earned.

ELLIS COUNTY
From Ellis 67637 and El Cajon, Calif.
Breanna Ellison, junior studying French horn performance and piano; Professor Paul Stevens; Laura Ellison (Ellis) and Tom Ellison (El Cajon, Calif.); Ellis High School.

SEDGWICK COUNTY
From Derby 67037
Mason Tyler, doctoral student studying trumpet performance; Professor Steve Leisring; Michael and Michelle Tyler; master’s degree from Oklahoma City University; bachelor’s degree from KU; Derby High School.

CALIFORNIA
From El Cajon and Ellis, Kan.
Breanna Ellison. See ELLIS COUNTY

From Morgan Hill 95128
Ravil Atlas II (performs as Bo Atlas), senior studying tuba performance; Professor Scott Watson; Robin and Ed Church; Abraham Lincoln High School.

COLORADO
From Golden 80401
Laura Potter, doctoral student studying tuba performance; Professor Scott Watson; Cathryn and Christopher Potter; bachelor’s degree from University of Memphis; Lakewood High School.

CONNECTICUT
From West Hartford 06117
Doug Perry, master’s student studying percussion performance; Professor Ji Hye Jung; Stephen Perry and Sharon Dennison; bachelor’s degree from Peabody Institute; Hall High School.

ILLINOIS
From Palatine 60067
Brad Walker, master’s student studying voice; Professor John Stephens; David and Joanne Walker; bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University; Lake Zurich High School.

TEXAS
From Terrell 75160
Jeremy Dowden, master’s student studying trombone performance; Professor Michael Davidson; John and Janet Dowden; Kaufman High School.

HONG KONG
Kai Yin Crystal Lam, doctoral student studying piano performance; Professor Jack Winerock; master’s degree from Texas Christian University; bachelor’s degree from Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.

Etta Fung, master’s student studying voice/opera; Professor Joyce Castle; bachelor’s degrees from Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and Chinese University, Hong Kong.

JAMAICA
From Montego Bay, St. James
David Chavannes, master’s student studying choral conducting and piano performance; Professor Steven Spooner; Herbert Morrison Technical High School.

LATVIA
From Riga
Janis Porietis, doctoral student studying trumpet performance; Professor Steve Leisring; master’s and bachelor’s degrees from Jazeps Vitols Latvian Academy of Music.

SOUTH KOREA
From Pusan
Jiwon Choi, doctoral student in musical arts; master’s degree from Roosevelt University; bachelor’s degree from Dong-A University.

From Seoul
Sun-young Ju, doctoral student in musical performance; master’s degree from KU; bachelor’s degree from EWHA Women’s University.

From Sung-nam
Suk Jung Woo, doctoral student in musical arts; master’s degree from SUNY College at Potsdam; bachelor’s degree from Kon-Kuk University.


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