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Student receives 2013 Atlanta Steinway Society Young Artist Scholarship

Steinway Scholarship
From left to right: Dr. Joanna Kim Doyle, assistant professor of music; April Conaway, president of Atlanta Steinway Society; Mary Jackson, scholarship recipient; and Iris Rice, honoree of scholarship.

Mary Jackson, a sophomore piano student at UNG, was selected as one of only three recipients of the prestigious Atlanta Steinway Young Artist Scholarship. She received $1,000 from the Atlanta Steinway Society and the Roger Williams Trophy.

Jackson and the other two scholarship recipients performed in September at the Peachtree Presbyterian Church in Roswell to showcase their noteworthy talent and skill. The program included selections from Maurice Ravel’s "Mother Goose Suite," Claude Debussy’s "Prelude to an Afternoon at Faun," and a number of other compositions.

The Atlanta Steinway Society is a collection of musicians and music enthusiasts passionate about piano performance and nurturing future piano artists. All scholarships that the Atlanta Steinway Society offers are funded through member donations.

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