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David Davani (Undergraduate Baritone/Clarinetist) Wins National Award

March 27, 2013

Stony Brook undergraduate music major David Davani has been honored for the second time by the National YoungArts Foundation. He was named one of the foundation’s 2013 winners for baritone voice. A multi-talented musician, Davani won the same award last year on clarinet, the instrument with which he won the recent Stony Brook Undergraduate Concerto Competition.

The up to 150 chosen YoungArts national winners across the arts converge on National Arts Week in Miami, mid-April, to participate in masterclasses, performances, workshops and the opportunity to vie for up to $10,000 in individual prize money. Additionally, the YoungArts Foundation strives to provide training and networking opportunities for its winners. Last year, David participated in a master class and performed at the Baryshnikov Arts Center in New York City for clarinet. This year he was invited for a master class for clarinet provided by YoungArts through New World Symphony and again invited this year for a master class and performance in voice at the Baryshnikov Arts Center.

Categories: Awards, Clarinet, Voice
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