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Alumni News : Feb 20, 2017

Natasha Herrera wins Ocala Symphony Orchestra’s Young Artists Competition

University of Florida alumna and winner of the UF Annual Concerto Competition, Natasha Herrera (BMUS and BM '13) won the Ocala Symphony Orchestra’s Annual Young Artists Competition, a competition that numbered 48 highly talented contestants from all over the United States. Herrera, former student of Dr. Kristen Stoner at UF School of Music, won the senior division with her rendition of the Fantasy for Flute and Orchestra by Georges Hüe. In concert at The Reilly Center in Ocala, she was accompanied by the Ocala Symphony Orchestra and her former UF Symphony Orchestra director, Raymond Chobaz, in two sold-out concerts on February 11 and 12, 2017.