CONGRATULATIONS to our 2018 Ethel Armeling vocal scholarship finalists for their stunning performances this past Sunday, 3/18/18. We are very proud of your accomplishment, and would strongly urge you to keep up your excellent work in your vocal studies. From the following ten finalists, Elise Albaro, Ryan Blankenburg, Emma Clark, Natalie Corrigan, Mackenzie Jacobs, Benjamin Leeka, Hannah Long, Emma Pischea, Emily Thomas, and Kaitlyn Wiegand, the judges had the difficult task to choose three. The three 2018 scholarship recipients chosen are Ryan Blankenburg (1st place), Emma Pischea (2nd place), and Natalie Corrigan (3rd place). Thank you all for your participation and we hope to see you again next year!
Ten finalists were selected from a pool of competitors at the Semi-finals of the Ethel Armeling Vocal Scholarship Competition on Saturday and will be performing Sunday, March 18, at 6 pm on the stage of Cook Recital Hall in the MSU Music Building for the final round of competition. Three place holders will be selected.
The finalists are listed here in alphabetical order:
Elise Corrine Alvaro
Ryan Mackenzie Blankenburg
Emma Camille Clark
Natalie Kay Corrigan
Mackenzie Elizabeth Jacobs
Hannah Mary Long
Emma Jean Pischea
Emily Sue Thomas
Kaytlin Rebecca Wiegand
Registration for the 2018 Ethel J. Armeling Vocal Scholarship Competition is now open online at www.steinerchorale.org. The competition is for high school juniors and seniors. We hope to see you and hear you on Saturday, March 3rd. For more information before you register, click here. The preliminary round is scheduled for March 3rd with the finals culminating on March 18th at Cook Recital Hall on the campus of Michigan State University.
Plan early to join our competition event in 2018, by marking your calendar! The preliminary auditions will be on Saturday, March 3rd. The final round will be held on Sunday, March 18. The venues will be the same as in this past competition, the beautiful Molly Grove Chapel (First Presbyterian Church of downtown Lansing), and state-of-the-art Cook Recital Hall (MSU, College of Music), respectively. Hope to see you then!
Congratulations to all thirty-one singers that performed yesterday in the Ethel J Armeling Vocal Scholarship Competition first round, at the Molly Grove Chapel in downtown Lansing. Eleven performers qualified to continue on to the final round which takes place at MSU’s Cook Recital Hall on March 19th.
In alphabetic order the eleven students are: Elise Alvaro, Tyler Bouque, Emma Clark, Anna Griewahn, Sean Holland, Mekhi Holloway, Mackenzie Jacobs, ShayLynn Lotter, Emma Pischea, Tyler Roberts, and Jennie Rupp.
Registration is now open for Juniors and Seniors in High School for the Ethel J. Armeling Vocal Scholarship Competition. Competitors are for those students who live in the state of Michigan. An online application can be filled out here.
Application Deadline: February 25, 2017
Participation Fee: $30
Preliminary Auditions: March 4 @ First Presbyterian Church; Molly Grove Chapel, Lansing, Michigan
Finalist Gala Recital: March 19 @ Michigan State University, Cook Recital Hall
The Steiner Chorale announces today that the preliminary round of the Ethel J. Armeling Vocal Scholarship Competition has moved from Holt High School to The First Presbyterian Church of Lansing inside the beautiful Molly Grove Chapel. The preliminary round of the competition remains on March 4th.
The finals of Ethel Armeling Vocal Scholarship Competition for this season will be on Sunday March, 19, 2017 at MSU Cook Recital Hall. Preliminaries will be held at Holt High School on March 4th. This competition is for High School juniors and seniors and is sponsored by the Steiner Chorale.