Setnor School of Music News

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Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Setnor School of Music is pleased to welcome Karen Veverka, new conductor of Syracuse Youth String Orchestra

Karen Veverka has been appointed conductor of the Syracuse Youth String Orchestra, part of the Setnor School of Music's Community Music Division.Verveka, orchestra teacher at  Skaneateles High School, joins the group following founder, Muriel Bodley, who has taught music...

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Setnor School of Music Faculty member, Kathleen Roland-Silverstein, to be interviewed on "Fresh Ink" WCNY, 91.3 FM

Dr. Kathleen Roland -Silverstein, soprano and faculty member, will be interviewed by Neva Pilgrim on Fresh Ink. the WCNY, 91.3 FM classical music station.  Neva Pilgrim will play Roland -Silverstein's recording of "Songs from Letters: Calamity Jane to her daughter Janey" by...

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Congratulations to Setnor School of Music faculty member, Harumi Rhodes, for the New York Times piece on her performance in the Bard Music Festival

Setnor School of Music faculty member, violinist Harumi Rhodes, is noted in the New York Times for the "standout performance" in the closing weekend of the Bard Music Festival (Bard College, NY) for my performance of the Prokofiev Sonata for Two Violins: (paragraph 6)....

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

SU Marching Band Uniform Campaign Achieves Goal

Erica Blust(315) 443-5891 New uniforms to debut at Oct. 5 ACC football home game versus Clemson“A New Look for a New Era,” the campaign to outfit the Syracuse University Marching Band (SUMB) in new uniforms for its Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) debut this fall, has achieved...

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Setnor School of Music faculty member, Kathleen Roland-Silverstein, attends "Training with Technology"

Setnor School of Music's Dr. Kathleen Roland-Silverstein is attending a workshop in Salt Lake City, the 2013 Singers Workshop : Training with Technology, given by NCVS, the National Center for Voice and Speech.   For more information about the Center and this...

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Article by Setnor School of Music faculty member, John Warren, "Cuban Choral Music by Roberto Valera and Guido López-Gavilán" appears in International Choral Bulletin

John Warren's article, "Cuban Choral Music by Roberto Valera and Guido López-Gavilán," appears in the current edition of the International Choral Bulletin the publication of the International Federation for Choral Music.   It is first of a series of three articles Dr....

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Setnor School of Music Faculty member, Bill DiCosimo, invited to speak to students at the Federal University of Rio about music production

Bill DiCosimo, Assistant Professor of Music in the Setnor School of Music's Department of Music and Entertainment Industries was recently on a performance tour in Brazil with Grupo Pagan.  While on tour, Professor DiCosimo was invited to speak to students at the Federal...

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Setnor School of Music Faculty member, Dr. Barbara Tagg, presents at The Phenomenon of Singing International Symposium IX in St. John's Newfoundland

In June Dr. Barbara M. Tagg chaired a panel discussion at the Chorus America National Conference in Seattle, Washington.  The session was based on her book, Before the Singing, recently released by Oxford University Press. In July Dr. Barbara M. Tagg presented a paper...

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Setnor School of Music Faculty member, Dr. Barbara Tagg, presents at The Phenomenon of Singing International Symposium IX in St. John's Newfoundland

In June Dr. Barbara M. Tagg chaired a panel discussion at the Chorus America National Conference in Seattle, Washington.  The session was based on her book, Before the Singing, recently released by Oxford University Press. In July Dr. Barbara M. Tagg presented a paper...

Monday, July 8, 2013

Setnor School of Music congratulates Ida Trebicka on being awarded the 2013 Civic Morning Musicals Award for Excellence in Music Performance in Central New York

Setnor School of Music faculty member, pianist Ida Trebicka, is awarded the 2013 Civic Morning Musicals Award for Excellence in Music Performance in Central New YorkFounded in 1890, Civic Morning Musicals serves the community by providing non-commercial music in live...