Jacoby wins Williamson Memorial Scholarship Competition


SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. - Dana Jacoby, a Slippery Rock University music therapy major from Delran, New Jersey, won 1st place in SRU's annual Chad Williamson Memorial Scholarship Competition. Jacoby presented "Enfant, si j'etais Roi" by Franz Liszt and "Canzona di Doretta" by Giacomo Puccini. 

Kylie Reiber, a music major from Ontario, New York, won 2nd place for "Chanson Triste" by Henri Duparc and "Quel guardo, il cavaliere...So anch'io" by Gaestano Donizetti. Meagan Gumble, a music therapy major from Beach Lake, won 3rd place for "L'attente" by Camille Saint-Saens and "Wie lange noch?" by Kurt Weill. Receiving Honorable Mention awards were Samantha Christou, a music major from Slippery Rock, for "De donde venis, amore?" by Joaquin Rodrigo and "Laurie's Song" by Aaron Copeland and Danielle Jeung, a music therapy voice major from Monroeville, for "Se tu m'ami" by Allesandro Parisotti and "If I Loved You" by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein. 

Thomas Baresel, a music professor at Cincinnati College-Conservancy of Music, served as judge.