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APSU grad students win singing competition

Two graduate students in the music department at APSU were winners in the Mid-South National Association of Teachers of Singing Regional Auditions.

The competition took place March 18-19 in Louisville, Ky.

Debra Lee Reardon won second prize in the advanced women division. She studies with Dr. Allen Henderson, professor of music.

Koral Rose Curkeet placed second in the adult intermediate division. She studies with Dr. Thomas King, professor of music.
Two graduate students in the music department at APSU were winners in the Mid-South National Association of Teachers of Singing Regional Auditions.

The competition took place March 18-19 in Louisville, Ky.

Debra Lee Reardon won second prize in the advanced women division. She studies with Dr. Allen Henderson, professor of music.

Koral Rose Curkeet placed second in the adult intermediate division. She studies with Dr. Thomas King, professor of music.

The National Association of Teachers of Singing, a nonprofit organization, is dedicated to encouraging the highest standards of singing through excellence in teaching and the promotion of vocal education and research. With over 6,000 members in the United States, Canada, and more than 25 other countries, it is the largest association of teachers of singing in the world.

For more information, telephone Henderson or King at (931) 221-7818.
—Rebecca Mackey