Twenty-one young Utah pianists have emerged with honors from this year's University of Utah SummerArts Competition, held Aug. 11-15 at Snowbird and on the U. campus. They are:

ELEMENTARY: 1st ($50) - Dusty Gledhill, Provo; 2nd ($25) - Melissa Haney, Orem; 3rd ($15) - Noelle Willes, Brigham City; honorable mention - Mette Janzen, Salt Lake City.ADVANCED ELEMENTARY: 1st ($100) - Janae Codner, Provo; 2nd ($50) - Francie Lin, Salt Lake City; 3rd ($25) - Doug Lowe, Provo; honorable mention - Alena Glauser, Draper.

JUNIOR: 1st ($250) - Tamami Honma, Logan; 2nd ($100) - Jenny Watson, Bountiful; 3rd ($50) - Mira Gill, Salt Lake City; honorable mention - Laura Neal, Bountiful; LaMar Watts, Richmond.

HIGH SCHOOL: 1st ($350) - Eugene Watanabe, Salt Lake City; 2nd ($150) - Phil Beck, Salt Lake City; 3rd ($50) - Craig Jorgensen, Salt Lake City; honorable mention - Anitra Mead, Bountiful.

YOUNG ARTISTS: 1st ($400) - Patricia B. Smith, Provo; 2nd ($200) - Mayde Taylor, Provo; 3rd (100) - Kenton Ford, Ogden; honorable mention - Amy Landerman, Salt Lake City.

The Utah Symphony Prize of a concerto performance went to Eugene Watanabe, who has already soloed with the orchestra on several occasions.

In addition, the American West Symphony in Sandy awarded $300 and a concerto performance to Craig Jorgensen, 17, and $200 to Kristen Landerman, 14. The two were picked at auditions Aug. 11 for South Valley pianists.

The winners were announced Wednesday evening at Snowbird at a special awards ceremony. Judges for the finals, held Monday, included workshop presenters Michael Brigida and Sam Holland and Deseret News music critic William S. Goodfellow.

Cash awards were provided by Daynes Music Co.