2017 Indianapolis Matinee Musicale winners

 

Congratulations to the following Jacobs School of Music students, who won awards in the 2017 Indianapolis Matinee Musicale Scholarship Competition!

Soyoung Kim

Soyoung Kim

GRADUATE PIANO

FIRST PRIZE: $2,500  Soyoung Kim  (A.D. student of Arnaldo Cohen)
SECOND PRIZE: $1,500  Boyoung Kim  (M.M. student of Arnaldo Cohen)

 

Michael Day

Michael Day

GRADUATE VOICE

FIRST PRIZE: $2,500  Michael Day – tenor (P.D. student of Andreas Poulimenos)
SECOND PRIZE: $1,500  Hayley Lipke – soprano (M.M. student of Jane Dutton)

 

Nikola Begovic

Nikola Begovic

GRADUATE INSTRUMENTAL

FIRST PRIZE: $2,500  Nikola Begovic – guitar (M.M. student of Ernesto Bitetti)
SECOND PRIZE: $1,500  Beste Toparlak – harp (A.D. student of Elizabeth Hainen and Elzbieta Szmyt)

 

UNDERGRADUATE PIANO

FIRST PRIZE: $1,250  Bingyu Hu (B.M. student of Norman Krieger)
SECOND PRIZE: $1,000  Adam Coleman (B.M. student of Evelyne Brancart)

UNDERGRADUATE VOICE

FIRST PRIZE: $1,250  Katherine Jones – soprano (B.M. student of Alice Hopper)
SECOND PRIZE: $1,000  Amy Wooster – soprano (B.M. student of Carlos Montané)

UNDERGRADUATE INSTRUMENTAL

FIRST PRIZE: $1,250  Crystal Kim – cello (B.M. student of Peter Stumpf)
SECOND PRIZE: $1,000  Arman Nasrinpay – violin (B.M. student of Simin Ganatra)

The Indianapolis Matinee Musicale Collegiate Scholarship Competition was started in 1958 by Helen Crandall, a renowned voice teacher in Indianapolis. Since that date, more than $353, 800 has been awarded to more than 799 graduate and undergraduate music students in the state of Indiana. Each year, approximately $19, 000 in prizes is allocated. Many winners have gone on to international careers.

Recipients include such noted musicians as Sylvia McNair, Otis Murphy, and Peter Jankovic.

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