Eastern Division Competitions. (2003 Division Competitions and Conferences)

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Eastern Division Competitions. (2003 Division Competitions and Conferences)


Elizabethtown College Department of Fine and Performing Arts Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania January 10-12, 2003

 
Eastern Division President: Debra 
   Ronning, NCTM, 102 Meadowbrook 
   Ln., Elizabethtown, PA 17022; 
   home: (717) 367-7871, 
   work: (717) 361-1120, 
   fax: (717) 361-1187 
President-elect: Millie Eben, 2419 
   Cumberland Ave., Reading, PA 
   19606-2019; (610) 370-2831; 
   mgme4@ptd.net 
Competitions Chair: Debra Martin, 
   NCTM, Ithaca College, School of Music, 
   Danby Rd., Ithaca, NY 14850-7240; 
   (607) 274-1562; dsmartin@ithaca.edu 
MTNA Student Composition 
Competitions Coordinator: Kathleen 
   Maskell, MusicWorks, 885 Main St., 
   Tewksbury, MA 01876; 
   home: (978) 454-5099, 
   work: (978) 851-5070; 
   muzicworks@aol.com or 
   info@musicworks.studio.com 
MTNA Junior High School Performance 
Competitions Coordinator: Judy 
   Greenhill, NCTM, 25 Crosby Ln., 
   Londonderry, NH 03053-3274; home: 
   (603) 434-3622, fax: (603) 432-4289; 
   judy@greenhillmusic.net 
MTNA High School Performance 
Competitions Coordinator: Debra 
   Bemiller, NCTM, 1002 Village Rd., 
   Orwigsburg, PA 17961; (570) 366-8846; 
   beenest@pottsville.infi.net 
MTNA Collegiate Artist Performance 
Competitions and Collegiate Chamber 
Music Performance Competition 
Coordinator: Veda Zuponcic, Rowan 
   University, Department of Music, 
   Glassboro, NJ 08028; (856) 256-4500, 
   ext. 3563; zuponcic@rowan.edu 
Registrar and Local Coordinator: John 
   Harrison, Elizabethtown College, 
   Department of Fine and Performing Arts 
   (FAPA), Elizabethtown, PA 17022; 
   (717) 361-1115; harrisjf@etown. … 

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