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Casper Pianist Wins State Competition

Meade Stubson, the son of Tim and Susan Stubson, will represent his state after winning the...
Meade Stubson, the son of Tim and Susan Stubson, will represent his state after winning the Wyoming State Senior Performance in piano this past weekend in Laramie at the Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts. A senior at Kelly Walsh High School, Stubson has been studying piano for 11 years and is currently a student of Cindy Rogers.(Ben Winckler Photography | Ben Winckler Photography)
Published: Nov. 10, 2021 at 11:55 PM CST
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CASPER, Wyo. (Release) - Pianist Meade Stubson a Casper, Wyoming native, will compete as a Division Finalist in the MTNA Competition Senior Performance.

Stubson, the son of Tim and Susan Stubson, will represent his state after winning the Wyoming State Senior Performance in piano this past weekend in Laramie at the Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts. A senior at Kelly Walsh High School, Stubson has been studying piano for 11 years and is currently a student of Cindy Rogers.

Through his love of music, particularly jazz, Meade has earned numerous awards as both all-state band and all-state choir pianist. As a classical pianist, Meade applies the life lessons he has learned through jazz to all of his performances. He plans on pursuing degrees in business, finance or economics with an emphasis in music.

The winner of the division competition will compete in the National Finals. Division winners will be announced in mid-January.

The three-tiered MTNA competitions begin at the state level. Winners of each State Competition advance to the Division Competition. Division winners then proceed to the National Competition Finals.

To receive more information about the MTNA National Competitions, including competition rules and applications please contact MTNA national headquarters at (888) 512-5278, mtnanet@mtna.org or visit the website at www.mtna.org.

Music Teachers National Association is a nonprofit organization comprised of 17,000 independent and collegiate music teachers committed to advancing the value of music study and music making to society and to supporting the professionalism of music teachers. Founded in 1876, Music Teachers National Association is the oldest professional music association in the United States.

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