The best and brightest to be honored by School of Music on Friday

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The Fredonia School of Music will host a virtual Awards Convocation on Friday, May 7, at 3 p.m.

Online registration in advance is required.

Following a welcome from School of Music Interim Director Daniel Ihasz and remarks and the presentation of the President’s Award to Kristine Terranova and Devin Vogel by President Stephen H. Kolison Jr., the program will proceed to announce recipients of scholarships and program-specific awards.

Current and incoming students will be recognized as the recipients of over 60 yearly scholarships and awards in Music Education, Music Composition, Music Therapy, Sound Recording Technology, Voice/Choral, Jazz, Strings, Percussion and Brass. Also to be recognized are renewals of students receiving the Hillman Memorial Music Scholarship, the Virginia W. Maytum Music Scholarship, the Robert and Marilyn Maytum Scholarship, the Juliet J. Rosch Scholarship, and many other named scholarships.

The highly sought and regarded Performer’s Certificate will be awarded to Allison Dana, Rose Roberson and Scott Sgueglia.

Nearly all of the scholarships and awards to be announced have been created through endowments established with the Fredonia College Foundation.

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