Natalie Brosh Receives Steinway Award
Bel Air, MD, resident Natalie Brosh ’18, is Immaculata University’s recipient of the Jacobs Music Steinway Award for 2017-2018. The award is given to a graduating senior, chosen by the music faculty, in recognition of outstanding pianistic ability, musicianship, and artistic and academic scholarship. The recipient receives a cash gift and a plaque of recognition. Brosh is a music therapy major with a minor in French.
“The music department proudly awards Ms. Natalie Brosh as this year’s recipient of the Jacobs Music/Steinway Award. Natalie is a dedicated musician, diligent in the practice of the stylistic components of piano performance as well as disciplined with focus for performance improvement,” stated William Carr, D.M.A., Steinway Artist, professor of music and chair of the music department. “We are pleased to award this prestigious award to Natalie Brosh.”
As an engaged student, Brosh serves as president of the chorale, applied lessons representative on the music council, member of the Madrigal Singers ensemble, and member of the Immaculata Honor Society and honors program. She has also attained dean’s list status since freshmen year. She attended the International Baccalaureate Program at Edgewood High School in Edgewood, MD.
Jacobs Music Company is the Philadelphia area’s exclusive representative for new and authentically restored Steinway & Sons pianos and Steinway-designed Boston and Essex pianos.