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Nazareth College Music student Ben Reisinger named a finalist for prestigious 2016 American Prize Vocal Competition

Published November 01, 2016

Baritone Ben Reisinger, a student in the Nazareth College Music Department, has been named a 2016 finalist for the Voice/Friedrich & Virginia Schorr Memorial Award—college/university opera division (men) of The American Prize.

The American Prize (TAP) is a series of national competitions in the performing arts providing professional adjudication and regional, national and international recognition for the best recorded performances by ensembles and individuals at the professional, college/university, church, community, and secondary school levels. Founded in 2009 and awarded annually, TAP is administered by Hat City Music Theater in Danbury, Connecticut.

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