Finding the right note
Dana School of Music students will compete in the Dana Young Artist Competition on Sunday at Butler North.
The competition is open is open to juniors, seniors and graduate students who are enrolled in applied music at the Dana School of Music. Up to three winners will be chosen, who will perform their competition repertoire with the Dana Symphony Orchestra or the Dana Chamber Orchestra next spring.
Each student has a set time to perform, with repertoires ranging from classical to contemporary composers. Students may either perform instrumentally or vocally.
Students who have been accepted to compete include: Sierra McCorvey of Warren, soprano; Philip Monrean of Girard, guitar; Christopher Mrofchak of McDonald, guitar; Christian Dennis of Youngs-town, tuba; Jerry Koziorynsky of Boardman, violin; Jason Volovar of Poland, piano; Logan Mueller-Jonas of Conneaut, trumpet; Matthew Ohlin of New Middletown, clarinet; Abigail McLaughlin of Toronto, violin; Lauren Eisenreich of Wexford, Pa., trombone; Victor Cardamone of Apollo, Pa., tenor; Amanda Lawrence of Waynesburg, Pa., flute; Misty Everetts of New Bethlehem, Pa., clarinet; Dan Danch of New Wilmington, Pa., vibraphone; James Weltman of New Castle, Pa., trombone; and Christopher Nutter of Cranberry, Pa., clarinet.
The performances start at 1 p.m. Sunday at Butler North, 530 Wick Ave., Youngstown.
A panel of three professional judges will select the winner at approximately 4:45 p.m.
The public is invited to attend either the entire range of concerts, or the conclusion where the winners will be announced. Admission is free.
For more information, call 330-941-3636.