Piano student Evan Pensis selected for USC fellowship

USC Thornton junior Evan Pensis (BM ’16, piano performance) was selected for an Undergraduate Fellowship with the USC Center for Excellence and Teaching for the 2015-16 academic year. Pensis studies under Keyboard Studies professor Daniel Pollack.

Pensis was recently awarded First Place in the VSA Kennedy Center International Young Soloists Competition and will present a recital at the Steinway Grand Piano Gallery in Seattle, Washington on June 11.

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