Megan diCamillo, piano, and Brenan Woody, guitar, received Ike Terry scholarships from the Cantonment Rotary Club.
Two Pensacola State College music students earn state honors.
The PSC Music Department attended the FCSAA Winter Music Symposium held January 25-27 at Jacksonville
Alaina Hannan, a graduate of Crestview High School, was named first chair clarinet in the FCSAA Symphonic
Daniel Posey, a graduate of Pensacola Christian Academy, earned first chair tenor sax in the same
PSC performer named FCSAA Theatre Student of the Month
A Pensacola State student was recently chosen the Florida College System theatre division's Student of the Month. Performing is in Carley Lambert's blood - the theatre major has been dancing since she was very young and has expanded her skill set to include singing and acting.
Since Carley Lambert was a young child, the Pensacola State College theatre major has been right at home dancing, singing and now acting in front of an audience.
Winners of the 2017 Pensacola Finger Style Acoustic Guitar Competition
Pictured: Dr. Joe Stallings; Nathan Bridges, Second Prize; Adam Willard, First Prize, Michael Chapdelaine
Not Pictured: Matthew Masuca, Third Prize
Dr. Michael Coleman, a Pensacola State College faculty member, was awarded First Diploma in the 2018 Golden Key Piano Composition Competition.
Coleman’s winning composition, “Room 857,” is written for solo piano. A Pensacola State adjunct music instructor for more than 24 years, he will perform the piece in August at Ehrbar Hall in Vienna, and at B?sendorfer Hall at Mozarthaus during the Golden Key Music Festival at Vienna.
Since its inception in 2002, the Golden Key Music Festival of the United States has established itself as a major cultural event that attracts instrumentalists and vocalists from across the U.S. and other continents. The competition’s mission is to give musicians the opportunity to display their talents on some of the most prestigious concert stages.