Jennifer Sengin Wins 2nd Place in The American Prize

By Bradley Whittemore, August 27, 2021
MM Conducting alumna recognized in national competition.

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Congratulations to Dr. Jennifer Sengin (MM Choral Conducting), who was recently awarded the 2nd Place award for The American Prize Dale Warland Award in Choral Conducting, 2021 (college/university chorus division). Dr. Sengin was recognized for her work with the Georgia State University Women's Chorus in Atlanta, GA.

Dr. Jennifer Sengin is the Associate Director of Choral Activities at Georgia State University where she directs the Women’s Chorus, Choral Union, and teaches conducting, graduate choral literature, and undergraduate choral methods. Under her direction, the Women’s Chorus recently performed at the Georgia Music Educators Association Conference in January 2020. She currently serves as the R&R Chair for Youth and Student Activities on the GA-ACDA Board and as Faculty/Administrator of the Choral Music Experience course at Michigan State University.

In addition, Dr. Sengin sings in the professional women’s choir, mirabai, under the direction of Dr. Sandra Snow. An active guest conductor, clinician, adjudicator, and presenter, Dr. Sengin recently provided sessions at the Georgia Music Educators Conference, Florida Music Educators Conference, and at the Mirabai Women’s Leadership Retreat in Orlando, Florida.

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