C. Vitae (brevis)

Preise, Diplome, Stipendien / Awards, Diplomas, Scholarships

2003 * Zweiter Preis, Internationaler Musikwettbewerb der ARD, Bayrischer Rundfunk, München, Germany, Bärenreiter Urtext Preis

2002 * Preisträgerin der Internationalen Sommerakademie am Salzburger Mozarteum

2002 * District winner, Metropolitan Opera National Council Awards, New Jersey

2002 * Austrian-American Society First Prize Scholarship to Universität Mozarteum

2002 *  Semi-finalist, Oratorio Society of New York

1997 * Music Teachers National Association, Voice Comp., First Place National Prize

1997 * Orpheus National Music Competition, Second Place National Prize

1993 * National Federation of Music Clubs, Second Place National Finalist

1999 * Master of Music in Voice Pedagogy and Performance, Westminster Choir College of Rider University, Princeton, New Jersey

1994 * Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance, Summa Cum Laude, West Chester University, Pennsylvania

1994 * Ethel & Sherley Morgan Scholarship Awarded to the entering graduate voice student with the highest marks on his/her audition for the graduate program in voice

1993 * Pi Kappa Lambda: This national honor society, whose membership is open to men and women, has as its primary objective the recognition and encouragement of the highest level of musical achievement and academic scholarship. Consideration for membership is based upon high class standing and grades earned by juniors, seniors, and graduate students.

1993 * Dr. Charles S. Swope Memorial Scholarship:Awarded to undergraduate students that are full-time juniors or seniors. Selection is based on scholarship, leadership, character, industry, and need.

1993 * Presser Scholarship: Awarded to a senior music student with the highest cumulative GPA at the end of the junior year, having completed no less than 95 credits at West Chester University. Student must have faculty recommendation.

1992 * Hillary H. Parry Memorial Scholarship:Awarded to a junior music student based on scholarship, citizenship, and achievement in vocal study. The studen is chosen by the vocal/choral faculty through audition, and must have a minimum 2.00 cumulative GPA with a 2.50 in music.

1992 * Harry Wilkinson Music Theory Scholarship:Awarded to the sophomore music major with the highest GPA and academic achievement in the music theory curriculum. The student must be recommended by one of the theory faculty.

1991 * H. Raymond, Sr. and May Grayson Friday Memorial Scholarship: Awarded to a voice major in his/her freshman year of private voice training based on audition. The voice major must be under 20 years of age and have a minimum of 1.80 cumulative GPA and a 2.50 in music.