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VOCE is a competition for vocalists, strings, winds/brass and chamber music at the Branch and State levels, created in 1971 as a means of providing solo and chamber ensemble opportunities for students.
Students first perform at Branch Competitions, and first place winners advance to the State Finals in April, held at Chapman University, Orange, California. First place winners of State Finals perform at the State Convention in order to receive their cash awards and plaques.
Branch students win First Place at VOCE State Finals
Congratulations to branch member Sophie Liu and her teen student group consisting of vocalists Joanna Chu and Ange- Lina Chen and pianist Justin Wang for achieving First Place in the VOCE State Finals for the Vocal Plus Ensemble division.
They will be performing Che soave zeffiretto from Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro and American Folk Song Shenandoah at the MTAC State Convention.
Branch member Jennie Yukyung Byun’s student Habin Kim also won First Place in the Solo Voice: Senior division performing J.S. Bach’s Mein gläubiges Herz, frohlocke, R. Quilter’s Weep you no more, and Mozart’s Batti, batti o bel Masetto from Don Giovanni. Congratulations!
HOW TO SIGN UP
From 2016, to participate in VOCE program teachers need to use the new MTAC system. Please log in to new.mtac.org. Use your existing username and password. Once logged in, you will be prompted to change the password.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Read all about VOCE on the MTAC website: http://www.mtac.org/programs/performance/voce/.
For questions within Alameda County East Branch, contact our VOCE Chair:
Kai-Li Cheng email@example.com