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Guest artist to appear with wind ensemble during residency

Marketing and Communications staff

The SUNY Fredonia Wind Ensemble will welcome French horn soloist Adam Unsworth for its upcoming concert, performing Catherine Likhuta's "Vivid Dreams" for low horn and wind ensemble, as part of a three-day residency.

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Bernhard completes scholarly work during spring sabbatical

Roger Coda

In addition to several conference presentations, Dr. Christian Bernhard, a professor of Music Education in the School of Music, completed three peer-reviewed publications during his Spring 2022 research sabbatical.

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Concerto Competition winners announced

Roger Coda

Three students in the School of Music – reflecting a wide geographic range – have been chosen as the 2022 Concerto Competition winners following performances held in King Concert Hall on May 8.

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Reese contributes to book that explores online music instruction

Roger Coda

Research and teaching practices of School of Music Associate Professor of Music Education Jill Reese are featured in “The Music Professor Online,” a new book by Judith Bowman that highlights pedagogical best practices for online music teaching.

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Masterworks Choir, chamber orchestra to present Fauré, Duruflé requiems

Marketing and Communications staff

The Masterworks Choir, under the direction of Dr. Vernon Huff, will join forces with the Western New York Chamber Orchestra in performances of the beloved Gabriel Fauré “Requiem” and Maurice Duruflé “Requiem” on April 24, at 4 p.m., in King Concert Hall.

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Fredonia Wind Ensemble returns to live performances

Roger Coda

Music composed by Leonard Bernstein for “West Side Story” along with “Lincolnshire Posy,” considered the masterwork for wind band by Percy Grainger, will highlight the Fredonia Wind Ensemble’s concert on Saturday, Oct. 16, in King Concert Hall.

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