ASU student wins First Place Award at National Association of Teachers of Singers Conference | News
ASU senior Kimberley Sanders won the first place award in her category (women 3-4 years) at the Alabama Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singers (NATS) conference, which was held in Tuscaloosa recently!
Sanders won by performing a powerful rendition of “Je veux vivre” from Charles Gounod’s Romeo et Juliette. She is a voice BA performance major under the tutelage of Mr. Tyrone Hayes. Sanders says she “is extremely grateful for the opportunity to have represented Alabama State University.”
Approximately 392 singers auditioned at the convention that was held at the University of Alabama. Some 11 students from Alabama State University traveled to the conference, where they competed in preliminary and semi-final rounds, with Sanders advancing to the finals and winning her category. NATS is an opportunity for students to audition before teachers from all around Alabama and it represents a very important achievement in a student's career.
Information Source: ASU
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