The Suffolk Piano Teachers Foundation has finalized the results of its 9th annual piano competition, for which St. Anthony’s High School senior Grace Cimaszewski, from Babylon, was the 1st Place Winner of the most advanced division!
On March 16th, students competed for cash prizes, medals, and a chance to perform on a renowned concert stage.
Over 90 students registered to compete in 5 leveled divisions at Faust Harrison Pianos in Huntington Station. All performers were provided with written feedback from adjudicators.
1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners will be receiving their medals at a special Awards Ceremony held between the two Honors Recitals at Stony Brook University’s Staller Center Recital Hall.
1st place winners will also receive their cash prizes and play their winning pieces at these events, among performances of other honored students throughout Long Island:
Honors Recitals are Free & open to the Public: Thursday June 5th, 5pm & 730pm.
Suffolk Piano Teachers Foundation is a non-profit.
For more information, please visit www.suffolkpianoteachers.org or email: email@example.com