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Holiday choral concert on Dec. 3 to be recorded for public television

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Plan to join the choral ensembles at the Fredonia School of Music for their annual "Sounds of the Holidays" concert in King Concert Hall on Saturday, Dec. 3 at 8 p.m. The event will be recorded for future broadcast on WNED PBS in December.

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Sorel competition completed, Mehta takes First Prize

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Finals of the 2022 Claudette Sorel Piano Competition were held in the SUNY Fredonia’s Rosch Recital Hall on Sunday, hosted by the Fredonia School of Music. Zarin Mehta of Chicago received the First Prize.

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Guest artist to appear with wind ensemble during residency

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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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Finalists announced for the Claudette Sorel Piano Competition

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The SUNY Fredonia School of Music has announced the Finalists for the 7th Claudette Sorel Piano Competition. The live Final Round concert will be held on Sunday, Nov. 6, at noon in the Juliet J. Rosch Recital Hall.

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Alumnus returns to School of Music roots for residency

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SUNY Fredonia alumnus and Metropolitan Opera National Council Grand Finals winner Kyle van Schoonhoven, ’11, will return to campus as a Williams Visiting Professor, beginning Oct. 24.

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School of Music to welcome Sorel Piano Fellows

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The Sorel Piano Fellows program at SUNY Fredonia, a unique, tuition-free weekend of events designed specifically for high school pianists, and held in tandem with the Claudette Sorel Piano Competition, announced its 2022 participants.

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Master drummer and balafon artist to offer workshops/concert

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Made possible through the Carnahan Jackson Fund for the Humanities, which was established with the Fredonia College Foundation, drummer and balafon artist N'Camara Abou Sylla will bring his talent and expertise to SUNY Fredonia on Oct. 26 to 28.

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