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Due Colori
Due Colori Visits Voice Forum
Due Colori, an ensemble including soprano Megan Monaghan and Daniel Boring (guitar, lute, and theorbo), will perform in the weekly Voice Forum on Friday, February 15 at 3:30 p.m. in 110 Music Building I. Following the performance, the duo will work with selected voice...
Danny Young playing "American Idiot"
Danny Young Seminar
The School of Music’s percussion area will host a seminar titled “Beyond the Gig” on Thursday, February 21 at 11:15 a.m. in 128 Music Building II. Led by professional percussionist Danny Young, the seminar is designed to "give up and coming musicians...
Steven Mead
Steven Mead Residency
Acclaimed artist Steven Mead, euphonium, will be in residence with the School of Music’s Tuba/Euphonium studio from February 16 to 19. As part of the residency, he will perform a free public recital on Monday, February 18 at 5:00 p.m. in Esber Recital Hall. Steven...
National Presbyterian Church
President's Concert a Success!
Congratulations to the School of Music students who performed a magnificent President's Concert on Friday, February 8 at the National Presbyterian Church in Washington, D.C. This seventh annual President's Concert featured the Concert Choir, Baroque Ensemble,...
New faculty member appointed
The School of Music is pleased to welcome Dr. Mark Ferraguto as a member of the musicology faculty, beginning Fall 2013. Dr. Ferraguto specializes in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century music, especially the instrumental music of Haydn and Beethoven. He received his PhD in...
Student to attend Music Technology Leadership Academy
D. Ryan Bulgarelli, a senior music education major, has been selected through a national competition to receive a full scholarship to attend the Music Technology Leadership Academy.The academy is a program for pre-service junior and senior music education majors to focus on...
Brewster Scholarship Winners Named
Brooke Miller, a senior in the Bachelor of Music Education program, and Laura Brown, a senior in the Integrated Undergraduate-Graduate degree program, were recently awarded the Marjorie Jane Brewster Memorial Music Scholarship, one of the most prestigious scholarships...
Sue Haug to assume vice presidency of National Association of Schools of Music
Sue Haug, director of the School of Music in the College of Arts and Architecture at Penn State, has been elected vice president of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM), the national accrediting agency for music and music-related disciplines. Founded in 1924...
Local newspaper praises School of Music
As a high school senior, John Livingston blew my mind with Gershwin. Saturday night, he did so again with Schubert in his junior recital at Penn State’s School of Music. Those of us who live in Centre County often go about our lives unaware of the amazing young people...

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