Columbus' Janie Gordon has either sung or taught vocal music for more than 30 years. But when the Brown Music Scholarship competition begins Saturday, she will feel nerves maybe even more than her several students performing before top music school judges at First Christian Church.
"Oh my gosh, yes," Gordon said with a laugh. "I take every breath with them."
The 50 high school students competing for $21,000 in private music lesson scholarships, music camp scholarships and college scholarships hope to sing and play well enough to take judges' breath away.
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