Brumbaugh takes second place in National Woodwinds Competition

Anna Maria Brumbaugh, student of the Lynn Conservatory of music, took second place in the National Society of Arts and Letters 2014 National Woodwinds Competition. She was awarded $8,000. The event was held in Charleston, West Virginia, and was open to all the first place winning musicians who play the clarinet, flute or oboe and competed on the chapter level. Brumbaugh won first place in the NSAL Florida East Coast Chapter's Woodwinds Competition at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida.

Brumbaugh is a graduate of the Eastman School of Music and a graduate of Julliard with a Masters of Music in Clarinet Performance. She won the Lynn Conservatory Concerto Competition in 2013 and has appeared with numerous orchestras in the New York area. She is currently pursuing her professional performance certificate at Lynn University’s Conservatory of Music. Her major teachers are Jon Manasse, an internationally acclaimed soloist, and Bill Jackson, former principal clarinetist of the Colorado Symphony.


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