Bach Society Prize

The Bach Society Prize is dedicated to the graduating class in music of 1986. It is awarded to the graduating senior who, in the opinion of the Department of Music, has demonstrated a high level of musicianship and dedication to his/her instrument, and who has contributed significantly to the musical activities on campus. Recent winners include:
 

2016

Dan Rubins and Philip Jameson

2015

Hanoi Hantrakul and Timothy Laciano

2014

Jacob Joyce, violin, and George Alexander Vourtanis, composition

2013

Wells Seldes Andres, violin, Nathan Charles Prillaman, composition

2012

Micah Hendler, voice, and Gabriel Mereson Zucker, piano

2011

Emily Misch, voice, and Eric (Lee) Dionne, piano

2010

Casey Breves, voice, and Christopher Lin-Brande, violin

2009

Lauren Libaw, voice, and Kensho Watanabe, violin

2008

Ashley Jackson, harp, and Annie Rosen, voice

2007

Alexander Rabin, piano

2006

Stephen Hopkins, conducting and voice

2005

Michael Barnett, oboe, and Melody Chan, violin

2004

Andrea Lee, violoncello

2003

Elana Arian, conducting

2002

Emma Doggett, violin, and Adrian Slywotzky, violin

2001

Michael Lewanski, conducting and piano

2000

Nelson Lee, violin, and Jeremy Taylor