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Alumnus to appear with Buffalo Philharmonic

Marketing and Communications staff

Tenor Kyle van Schoonhoven, a 2011 graduate of the Fredonia School of Music, will perform Gustav Mahler’s song cycle of lost love and despair, “Songs of the Wayfarer,” arranged by Arnold Schoenberg, with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra on June 4, 5 and 6.

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Fredonia School of Music Wind Ensemble completing historic recording project

Marketing and Communications staff

The Fredonia School of Music has announced details of the final phase of a multi-year recording project by the Fredonia Wind Ensemble. The effort was funded by The Sorel Medallion in Recording Grant and the Carnahan Jackson Foundation, both through the Fredonia College Foundation, as well as a Sigma Alpha Iota Project Grant.

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Mossey receives Oasis Guitar Jury Prize

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Charles Mossey, a senior Music Performance major from Waterford, was recently awarded the Oasis Guitar Jury Prize, a $500 cash award that recognizes the Fredonia guitar student who exhibits the greatest improvement over the course of a semester.

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School of Music Concerto Competition winners announced

Marketing and Communications staff

The Fredonia School of Music hosted its annual Concerto Competition on May 3 with a virtual audience. Winners of the prestigious competition are offered the opportunity to perform with major School of Music ensembles

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Davis appointed SUNY Distinguished Professor

Lisa Eikenburg

Dr. James Davis, a Professor of Musicology and Chair of the Music History Area in the Fredonia School of Music, has been appointed a State University of New York Distinguished Professor.

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Commencement Eve Pops returns in virtual format

Doug Osborne-Coy

Tradition and technology will come together as Rockefeller Arts Center presents “The Inspiration of Broadway: Songs of Hope, Optimism and Determination” on May 14.

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