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during a Rotary Club of Cleveland luncheon held at the Museum Center, two Cleveland State Community College Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries Program students discussed their experience conducting … more

Winners of the George R. Johnson Concerto and Aria Competition to present winner’s concert. This past December, The Cleveland Orchestra of Tennessee held its inaugural concerto and aria competition, which was endowed by the George R. Johnson Family Foundation. The winners will be featured April 6 at a concert at the George R. Johnson Community heritage Center at Cleveland State Community College. The George R. Johnson Concerto and Aria Competition consisted of two divisions: Concerto (instrumentalists and pianists) and Aria (singers), both with student and professional categories. The distinguished adjudicators for the Concerto division were Dr. Phillip Thomas (pianist, Lee University), Dr. Kenyon Wilson (low brass, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga) and Jim Ransom (double bass, TCO). The Aria competition was adjudicated by veteran singer/teachers Kay Freeman (soprano, Georgia State University), Dr. Perry Ward (baritone, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga) and Virginia Horton (soprano, Lee University). The winners were selected by blind scoring and each place required a certain score. Not all prizes were awarded.

The winners were:

Concerto Division,  student — Rebecca Hearn, cello, first place and $500; and Zachary Miller, violin, concert appearance and third place.

Artist —Ciaoyu Lin, piano, $1,000 and first place; Jariel Jorgueson, piano, $750 and second place;  Dragana Loncar, viola, third place and concert appearance.

Aria Division, young artist — John Mburu, bass, first place and $500; Gabrielle Flanner, soprano, $250 and second place; Taylor Cooper, soprano, second place and concert appearance.

Professional — Caitlin Overton, soprano, $750 and second place; and Justin Colón, baritone and concert appearance.

The TCO Winner’s Concert, “A Winning Combination” will be held on Saturday, April 6,  at 7:30 p.m. with a pre-concert talk featuring the competition winners at 6:45. All tickets are $15 and may be purchased at the door.  

Foddrill, Richie Hughes to join Old Timers HOF more
Clella Dell Carr will be celebrating her 94th Birthday Clella Millage Carr, who was born April 8, 1925, will be celebrating her 94th birthday April 8. There will be a birthday dinner for her on April 6, 11:30 a.m., at Texas Road House in Chattanooga. Then on April 7 Born in Winchester, Idaho, to William Millage and Mary Alice Sanford Millage, she is the last of nine children. more
1964A solemn processional bearing the body of Chief Bishop Grady R. Kent moved through southeast Cleveland at mid-morning today, when the remains were transferred from Buckner Funeral Home to … more
Some serious topics were discussed by four young ladies at Thursday's Cleveland Kiwanis Club luncheon, the four winners of the recent Bradley County and sub-regional 4-H Club Public Speaking … more
During a recent meeting, the Knights of Columbus Council No. 4572 of Cleveland presented several donations to nonprofit groups in Cleveland. The Knights of Columbus is a nonprofit Catholic men’s organization dedicated to the principles of charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism. They conduct several fundraisers during the year, including the Labor Day and Super Bowl Barbecue roast sales, the annual golf tournament in May and valet parking during the year. All the proceeds are donated to charitable organizations. more
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