Tarleton State associate professor and accomplished soprano Heather Hawk was a finalist at this month’s 44th annual National Association of Teachers of Singing/Artist Awards competition in Chicago. Dr. Hawk, who teaches vocal performance at TSU, received fourth-place honors.
She also serves as vice president of the Dallas-Fort Worth Area Chapter of NATS, and represented the Texoma Region as one of 14 semifinalists invited to the national competition after winning the tri-state vocal contest in March.
An award-winning soprano, Hawk received the fourth-place Berton Coffin Award and a $2,000 prize for her outstanding performance. She was accompanied on piano by Masako Narikawa.
At the regional semifinal and finals competition, Hawk performed 14 songs and arias from various languages and time periods.

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