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SUU Students snubbed by Grammys, but really, everyone is a winner, right?

Published February 12, 2012 3:14 pm
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Unfortunately for Utah music fans, Eric Whitacre won Best Choral Performance for "Light & Gold."

That means that Seraphis Fire and the Professional Choral Institute's "Brahms: Ein Deustsches Requiem" did not win that category. The Professional Choral Institute featured two students from Southern Utah University, Geneil Perkins and Taliah Johnson.

Jenny Oaks Baker is our last hope for a Grammy for a Utahn.

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