Flutist Earns $2,000 at National Competition


Music student Donald Rabin was named a semi-finalist in the 2018 national music competition sponsored by the National Society of Arts and Letters at the Chautauqua Institute in New York in May.

Rabin received $2,000 in prize money from the competition and will perform the competition repertoire Aug. 15 at Webster University in St. Louis. His invitation to the national competition was a result of his winning the St. Louis Chapter NSAL competition in February.

A Presser Scholar at Truman, Rabin is a flute student of professor Julianna Moore. In addition to his program in St. Louis, the rest of the summer has included attending the Flauti al Castello Flute Masterclass in Italy with renowned flutists Sergio Pallotelli and Mark Sparks, attending the 46th annual National Flute Convention in Orlando and performing at the National Phi Mu Alpha Convention in New Orleans.
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