Shoreline Music Students Win Awards at Vocal Competition

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Daniel Siller, left, won first place in the Classical College 1 category (college students with 1-3 years of private study), and Corilynne Woods, right, received an honorable mention award in the same category.

Two Shoreline Community College vocal music students were given awards at the recent solo vocal adjudications sponsored by the Puget Sound chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, held on the college campus last weekend. Daniel Siller, a student of Fredrick Lokken, was awarded first place in the Classical College 1 category (college students with 1-3 years of private study), and Corilynne Woods, a student of Meg Stecker-Thorsen, received an honorable mention award in the same category.

Nearly 150 students from throughout the region, ranging from high school to adult age groups, competed in musical theater and classical vocal categories. The SCC vocal music department hosts the event every other year.

As a result of his award, Siller had the opportunity to perform in the final recital, which featured the winning performers from all the various categories. Both Siller and Woods also received Outstanding Jury designations in the winter quarter vocal final exams, and will perform with other SCC music students who received Outstanding Jury awards in the Honors Recital to be presented on Thurs., April 9 at 7:30 p.m. in the campus theater free of charge.

2 Comments

  1. MRJW says:

    YOU DID IT!!1

  2. Linda Woods says:

    Congratulations Cori, you’ve earned it and deserve it.