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Birmingham-Southern College students take top honors in music competitions

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-Several Birmingham-Southern College students have won top awards in recent music competitions.

James Seay, a senior voice performance major from Montgomery, won first place in the Birmingham area auditions of the Metropolitan Opera Competition. He will advance to the regional competition.

Winning honors from Birmingham-Southern in the state auditions of the National Association of Teachers of Singing were: Katie Hall, a voice performance major from Opelika, first place in the freshman women category; Christopher Friedman, a music major from Fairhope, third place in the freshman men category; Rebecca Harris, a voice performance major from Dothan, second place in the sophomore women category; Nathanael Gunter, a voice performance major from Tuscaloosa, first place in the junior men category; Thomas McDowell, a music major from Vestavia Hills, semifinalist in the junior men category; Nicole Duncan, a music voice major from Cedar Bluff, first place in the senior women category; and Robin Mozer, an English major from Fairhope, second place in the advanced women category.

Gunter also won second place in the recent National Federation of Music Clubs competition in Birmingham.

 
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