2001-2002 MTNA Student Competitions Division Winners

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2001-2002 MTNA Student Competitions Division Winners


MTNA STUDENT COMPOSITION COMPETITION

Sponsored by Warner Bros. Publications, Inc.

EAST CENTRAL DIVISION

Conrad Y. Tao, elementary, Naperville, IL; Matthew Hagle, teacher

Andrew Barnes Jamieson, junior high school, Oak Park, IL; Terry L. Tennes, teacher

Ryan Brechmacher, high school, Bowling Green, OH; Carol Maureen Steiner, teacher

Jonathan Rollefson, collegiate, Bowling Green, OH; Marilyn Shrude, teacher

EASTERN DIVISION

Natasha Kirin Sinha, elementary, Milton, MA; Alla Elana Cohen, teacher

Anastasia M. Krymkowski, junior high school, Huntington, VT; Norine Grant, teacher

Lauren Marks, high school, Center Valley, PA; Gloriana Sewell, teacher

David H. Choi, collegiate, Carrboro, DE; David Brown, teacher

NORTHWEST DIVISION

Kevin Villarreal, elementary, West Richland, WA; Margaret McNeill, teacher

Zachary Bernstein, junior high school, Seabeck, WA; Tanya Stambuk, teacher

Daniel Tacke, high school, Auburn, WA; Tim Strong, teacher

Lauren Elizabeth Hickok, collegiate, Lake Oswego, OR; Pauline Jensen, teacher

SOUTH CENTRAL DIVISION

James Opdenhoff, elementary, Effie, LA; Ellene Owens, teacher

Melody To, junior high school, Effie, LA; Ellene Owens, teacher

Andre Duvall, high school, North Little Rock, AR; Linda Dale Kennedy, teacher

Lance Jonathan Peeler, collegiate, McCloud, OK; Nancy Cobb-Lippens, teacher

SOUTHERN DIVISION

Emily Brown Perry, elementary, Paducah, KY; Deanna Walker, teacher

Joseph Robert DeGaetano, junior high school, DeLand, FL; Maria Santilli, teacher

Patrick Hart, high school, Nashville, TN; Karen Ann Krieger, teacher

James Michael David, collegiate, Athens, GA; William Davis, teacher

SOUTHWEST DIVISION

Austin Moehle, elementary, Lafayette, CA; Bill Wentz, teacher

Sebastian Chang, junior high school, Trabuco Canyon, CA; Suzanne Wong-Abe, teacher

David Tam, high school, Honolulu, HI; Neil McKay, teacher

Andrew Norman, collegiate, Los Angeles, CA; Martha Ashleigh, teacher

WEST CENTRAL DIVISION

Eric Verne Eason, elementary, Boulder, CO; John Drumheller, teacher

Ben Baker, junior high school, Cedar Rapids, IA; Diane Ehlinger, teacher

Anna Katharine Lindemann, high school, Boulder, CO; Eric Lindemann, teacher

Jorge Alfredo Santa Ana Gurrola, collegiate, Kirksville, MO; Warren P. Gooch, teacher

MTNA JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PERFORMANCE COMPETITIONS

MTNA Junior High School Brass Competition, sponsored by The Selmer Company

EASTERN DIVISION

Kate O'Donnell, trumpet, Morgantown, WV; Bonnie Miltenberger, teacher

SOUTH CENTRAL DIVISION

Matt Schnarr, trombone, Conway, AR; Todd A. Johnson, teacher

SOUTHERN DIVISION

Jason Ward, horn, Fountain Inn, SC; Gayle Chesebro, teacher

WEST CENTRAL DIVISION

John Herbert, trumpet, Abilene, KS; Craig B. Parker, teacher

MTNA Junior High School Piano Competition, sponsored by Baldwin Piano Company

EAST CENTRAL DIVISION

Rachel Kudo, Northbrook, IL; Emilio del Rosario, teacher

EASTERN DIVISION

William Huang, West Windsor, NJ; Ingrid Jacobson Clarfield, teacher

NORTHWEST DIVISION

Lucy Chang, Bellevue, WA; Victoria Bogdashevskaya, teacher

SOUTH CENTRAL DIVISION

Jessica Zhu, Sugar Land, TX; John Weems, teacher

SOUTHERN DIVISION

Denise Yen, Atlanta, GA; Ginger Chen, teacher

SOUTHWEST DIVISION

Emily Lung Wang, Palo Alto, CA; Hans Boepple, teacher

WEST CENTRAL DIVISION

Lindsay Garritson, Elsah, IL; Zena Ilyashov, teacher

MTNA Junior High School Percussion, String and Woodwind Competitions, sponsored by the MTNA FOUNDATION

EAST CENTRAL DIVISION

Hiro Matsuo, cello, Glenview, IL; Gilda Barston, teacher

EASTERN DIVISION

Felicia Tan, violin, Piscataway, NJ; Ann Setzer, teacher

Rachel Maclary, flute, Newark, DE; Lynne Cooksey, teacher

NORTHWEST DIVISION

Tricia Shen, violin, Eugene, OR; Kathryn Lucktenberg, teacher

Ashley McDonald, flute, Snohomish, WA; Iris Ingram, teacher

SOUTH CENTRAL DIVISION

Hang-Chi Pham, violin, Sugar Land, TX; Henry Rubin, teacher

Jessica Tu, flute, Richardson, TX; Mary Karen Clardy, teacher

SOUTHERN DIVISION

Michael Sayers, percussion, Clermont, FL; Elizabeth Gottlieb, teacher

Joel Christopher Link, violin, Cartersville, GA; Sonja Foster, teacher

Mia Choi, clarinet, Falls Church, VA; Kenneth Lee, teacher

SOUTHWEST DIVISION

Artur Javadov, violin, Ogden, UT; Shi-Hwa Wang, teacher

Alison Hazen, flute, Ogden, UT; Cindy Henderson, teacher

WEST CENTRAL DIVISION

Brian Mengwasser, percussion, St. …

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