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artsUP Set to Soar September 20!
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- If you’re looking for a free, family-friendly, educational and entertaining activity this Sunday, Sept. 20, artsUP is for you. The public event, presented by the College of Arts and Architecture from noon to 5 p.m. in the Arts District...
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CMP Ambassador Leaders Host First Event
The newly appointed 2015-16 Classical Music Project Student Ambassador Leaders - Dave Phillips, Tetyana Pyatovolenko, and Joseph Helinski - will host their first function on Thursday, September 17 at 12:00 p.m. in 110 Music Building I. Titled "Opening Bach to the...
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School Debuts New Concert Series September 9
The Penn State School of Music is proud to introduce the Spotlight Concert Series, five performances throughout the school year featuring its outstanding faculty performers collaborating in varied and intriguing combinations of instruments and repertoires. Based on the...
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Classical Music Student Ambassador Application Deadline August 10
The School of Music is seeking applications from rising junior and senior music majors, as well as all graduate students and Professional Performance Certificate students, to be named 2015-16 Classical Music Student Ambassador Leaders. The application process is open until...
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Eric Bush Joins Blue Band As Assistant Director
The Penn State Blue Band has added Dr. Eric Bush to its staff as an assistant director, according to a release from the band. Bush, who recently completed his doctorate degree at the University of Iowa and who served as a graduate assistant for the Hawkeye Marching Band,...
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NU. Musical Theatre Festival Debuts New Works in July
Penn State’s acclaimed NU. Musical Theatre Festival will present new works in the Penn State Downtown Theatre Center during the Central PA Festival of the Arts: Neil Bartram and Brian Hill’s musical adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s novel Something Wicked This...
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Flute Choir Invited to Perform at NFA convention
The Penn State Flute Choir has been invited to perform on a special featured concert at the 43rd annual National Flute Association (NFA) convention, to be held in Washington, D.C. August 13-16th, 2015. With a record breaking 49 proposed choirs this year, Penn State is one...
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Concert Choir to Sing with Rolling Stones
Members of the Penn State Concert Choir are about to embark on an experience they will never forget. The Concert Choir has been invited to sing in concert with the iconic rock group The Rolling Stones during their June 20 ZIP CODE Tour stop at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh....
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Dr. Sarah Watts Joins Faculty
Beginning Fall 2015, the School of Music welcomes Sarah Watts to the faculty as an assistant professor in the music education area. Watts is a specialist in early childhood and elementary music education, with a particular interest in Orff Schulwerk pedagogy.  She...
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School Welcomes New Faculty Member Steven Hankle
The Penn State School of Music welcomes Steven Hankle as assistant professor of choral music and music education, effective Fall 2015. He will teach undergraduate choral conducting, choral music education classes, and conduct the Penn State University Choir. An active...

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