Boca Raton, Fl.
An enthusiastic group of National Society of Arts & Letters (NSAL) members, High School Scholarship winners and proud parents, gathered at
the Amarnick- Goldstein Concert Hall at Lynn University on Saturday April 12, 2014, to celebrate winning contestant’s presentations in Dance, Voice,
Musical Instrument, Drama, Literature and Musical Theatre. The affair
was chaired by NSAL board member Judi Asselta and hosted by Dr. Jon Robertson, Dean of the Lynn University Conservatory of Music.
The program began with performances given by nine talented scholarship awardees graduating from Dillard High School of the Arts, Dreyfoos School of the Arts and New World School of the Arts. Presenters included: Michael Pisani, Drama; Maxwell Stein, French Horn; Juan Suarez, Voice; Victoria Smith, Dance; Carly Dishman, Dance; Pryscila Salinas, Musical Theatre; Yasmeen A. Ampuero and Maria Fonseca, Art.
Scholarship winners not in attendance include Denise Robillard, Art; Tessa Bravata, Literature; Edward Luengo, Cello; Franchesca Romero, Jazz Piano.
The National Society of Arts & Letters is dedicated to helping promising young artists through competitions, scholarships, financial assistance, major classes and career introductions.
“NSAL is in the business of cultivating and developing young artists and making their dreams a reality," said NSAL Florida East Coast Chapter President Shari Upbin.
Photos/Release by Barbara McCormick