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October 30, 2013
CONTACT: K.E. Schwab

Two SRU music majors earn NATS honors

Two Slippery Rock University music majors, Debrah Evans from Ellwood City, and Allison Carter from Titusville, took honors last weekend at the Tri-State National Association of Teachers of Singing Competition hosted at Glenville State College.

Evans placed second in the College Music Theater Women’s Division with her performance of “Some Things Are Meant to Be,” from “Little Women,” and third place in the Upper College Women’s Classical Division with her rendition of “Quando m'en vo” from “La Bohème.”

Carter received an honorable mention for her version of “Nothing” from “A Chorus Line.”

The competition involved voice students from colleges and universities in West Virginia, eastern Ohio, and western Pennsylvania.

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