2021 CONCERTO COMPETITION WINNERS SENIOR DIVISION
Our annual Howard Tappan Memorial Young Artists Music Concerto Competition is an excellent opportunity for instrumental and vocal students in Clay County. Winning students receive a scholarship award in the amount of $1,000.
The Concert on the Green William Prince Outstanding Jazz Musician Competition was launched in 2018. This competition celebrates jazz music education for our Clay County students.
1st Place Instrumentalist – Nathan Summers, Percussion 11th Grade Oakleaf High School – Band Directors Chad Robbins & Chris Gugel Percussion Teacher Tony Steve
1st Place Vocalist – Alexander White, Tenor 11th Grade FIHS – Teacher Michelle Nugent Munley
2nd Place Vocalist – Benjamin Reid, Baritone 12th Grade FIHS – Teacher Paula Merritt
3rd Place (Tie) Instrumentalist – Anna Lively, Flute 9th Grade DASOTA – Teacher Kathleen James
3rd Place (Tie) Instrumentalist – Timothy Jackson, Trumpet 9th Grade St. Johns Country Day School – Teacher Brian Urso
2021 CONCERTO COMPETITION WINNERS JUNIOR DIVISION
1st Place Vocalist – Autumn Henry, Soprano 8th Grade St. Johns Country Day – Teacher Brenda Scott
2nd Place Vocalist – Abigail Rooks, Soprano 8th Grade Lakeside Jr. High – Teacher Rob Eccles of the Wehner’s School of the Arts
3rd Place Vocalist – Ashley White, Soprano 7th Grade Grace Episcopal Day School – Teacher Michelle Nugent Munley
2021 POSTER ART WINNERS
1ST PLACE SENIOR HIGH DIVISION ALIVIA CORRAL
1ST PLACE JUNIOR HIGH DIVISION JOSIAH GIERBOLINI
1ST PLACE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DIVISION AUTUMN SMITH
1ST PLACE HONORING THE MILITARY RACHEL SEADER
127 elementary, junior, and high school students entered the 2021 Concert on the Green Post Competition. Judges rated the art on originality, poster quality, creativity, and artistic elements. Congratulations to all 22 winners!
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