TI:ME Announces 2022 Composition Festival Results

TI:ME is pleased to announce the results of its 2022 composition festival.  Winners are indicated below.  Please join us in congratulating these outstanding young composers!  TI:ME is pleased with the quality and quantity of the entrants.  More than twice as many students entered the composition festival in 2022 as in the previous year.  We are anticipating similar results in next year’s festival.  Plan now to have you students enter in 2023.  Watch our web site for announcements.

Original Composition – Notation 
Middle School, Forbidden Love by Callan Fox, The Hockaday School, TX, student of Yung-Fang Ludford
High School, TIE:  Bridget by Davis Shanks, Katy ISD, TX, student of Matthew Porter
High School, TIE:  Alla Luna by Makenna Harding-Davis, Natomas Charter School, CA, student of Matthew Spiva
College: Undergraduate, Covid Suite for Five Wind Instruments by Daniel Gowans, Cantonment, FL, student of Mr. Nick Kozar
College: Graduate, Walls of Jericho by Samuel Jenkins, Houghton College, NY, student of Carrie Magin

Original Composition – DAW
Elementary, Oceans by James Ransom, Bloomington Junior High School, IL, student of  Michele Carnahan
Middle School, Under Harmonious Skies by Kevin Li, Kealing Middle School, TX, student of Eric Lyday
High School, TIE:  Farouk Rises by Jasur Cosby, Arundel High School, MD, student of Bob Abbott
High School, TIE:  Resfeber by Benjamin Lowery, Benbrook Middle High School, TX, student of Deborah O’Brien, 
College: Undergraduate, The Life of a Loved One byWill Eby, Houghton College, NY, student of Carrie Magin
College: Graduate, Phlow by Ken Sarmiento, Tarleton State University, TX, student of Floyd Richmond

Covers, Remixes & Loop-Based Projects
Elementary: The Cross by Rylee Hadley, Brock Intermediate School, TX, student of Kelly Clements
High School, Closer by Henry Tobias, McKinley High School, OH, student of Brian Laakso
College: Undergraduate, School Days by Timothy Knighten, Riverside City College Riverside CA, student of Jennifer Amaya

Elementary, Two Worlds by Connie Zhao, The Hockaday School, TX, student of Yung-Fang Ludford
High School, Transformation by Karie Rodriguez, Lee Academy, TX, student of Ms. Delma Denise Ramos
College: Undergraduate, Stranded by Jordyn Ramos, Tarleton State University, TX, student of Floyd Richmond


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