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Composition: Troy Schwab, student of Phillip Clary
Piano: Joseph Vaz, student of Richard Van Dyke
String: Andrew Zhang, student of Leonid Polansky
Voice: Jessica Flake, student of Katherine Krueger
Woodwind: Elizabeth, student of Conor Nelson
Piano Duet: Yarong Guan & Yetong Tang, students of Tianshu Wang
Composition: Taylor Wang, student of Eric Street
Piano: William Zhang, student of Sean Schulze
String: Christine Shih, student of David Niwa
Woodwind: Charles Ballard, student of Antoine Clark
Strings: The Lyseon Trio, Susan Yang, piano, Jonathan Lee, Cello and Minhee Bae, Violin, coached by Elizabeth Pridonoff
Winds: Tramontiana, Katherine Garringer, Oboe, Matthew Ross, Flute, Devin Cobleigh-Morrison, Horn, Mikey Arbulu, Clarinet, K. Mackenzie Brauns, Bassoon and Kseniia Polstiankina, Piano, coached by Mark Ostoich.
Composition: Bradley Harris, student of Douglas Knehans
Piano: Sung-Soo Cho, student of Antonio Pompa-Baldi
String: Henry Stubbs, student of Alan Rafferty
Woodwind: Octavian Moldovean, student of Conor Nelson
The 2nd Annual Collegiate Chapter Poster Session was held at the 2014 Fall Conference at Wilmington College on October 17, 2014. This year three chapters submitted posters in addition to three individual student submissions. The Winning Student Chapter this year was the University of Cincinnati: College-Conservatory of Music, Chopin, Examining Differences Among Available Editions. They will be awarded $250.00 for their efforts. Ohio State University, Studio Essentionals: the Future of Independent Teaching, placed second and will receive $150.00 while Ohio University, Listen Up!: A Classical Music Engagement Initiative, placed third for a $100.00 prize.
Three individual student posters were submitted. The OhioMTA Executive Committee agreed to give a grant of $100.00 to attend the upcoming Collegiate Chapter Symposium at SMU in January, 2015. Brendan Jacklin from UC-CCM was chosen of as the recipient of the grant for his submission of the poster titled; Music +: Fusing Multimedia and Electro-Acoustic Elements with Student Repertoire