Tuba student wins at regionals, prepares for nationals

PULLMAN, Wash. – Matthew Tatz, graduate student in tuba, won first place recently in the young artist brass division at the Northwest Regional Music Teachers National Association Competition.

He advances to the national competition in Baltimore on March 20.

“Matt has worked diligently over the past few months in preparation and will undoubtedly bring distinction to the School of Music and Washington State University,” said WSU clinical assistant professor of music Chris Dickey.





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