Posted by Neil Weathington on Feb 05, 2023
Music Winners !
The Carrollton Kiwanis Club Foundation awarded $ 1,500 in scholarships to competitors in the juried music showcase on Sunday, February 5, 2023, at Carrollton's Center for the Arts.
Photo:  (L to R)   Neil Weathington, Showcase Chair; Johnny Tanner, President; Yujean Shin, First Place; Skyler Elizabeth Hurley, Second Place; Eden Geise, Third Place, Emily Grace Hicks, Fourth Place; Madison Gail Brown, Honorable Mention; Tai Benjamin Jackson, Fifth Place; and Troy Vollenweider, Master of Ceremonies.
In the juried music showcase, Yujean Shin was awarded first place and a five hundred dollar scholarship for her clarinet performance of Capriccio for Unaccompanied Clarinet in A by Heinrich Sutermeister.  Yujean is a senior at Bremen High School.
Skylar Elizabeth Hundley was awarded second place and a four hundred dollar scholarship for her vocal performance of Un moto di gioia, K. 579, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.  Skylar is a senior at Carrollton High School.
Eden Geise was awarded third place and a three hundred dollar scholarship for her piano performance of Winter by Antonio Vivaldi.  Eden is a junior at Pleasent Hill Academy.
Emily Grace Hicks was awarded fourth place and a two hundred dollar scholarship for her flute performance of Romance by Georges Brun, Op. 41.  Emily is a sophomore at Carrollton High School.
Tai Benjamin Jackson was awarded fifth place and a one hundred dollar scholarship for his vocal performance of Amarilla mia bella by Giullo Caccini.  Tai is a senior at Carrollton High School. 
Madison Gail Brown was recognized as honorable mention for her vocal performance of Nel cor piu non mi sento, arranged by Giovanni Paisello.  Madison is a senior at Carrollton High School.