Setnor School of Music News

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Friday, January 24, 2014

Setnor School of Music faculty members, Soprano Janet Brown and pianist Fred Karpoff, will perform Feb. 11 at the Crane School of Music

Soprano Janet Brown and pianist Fred Karpoff will perform on Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Sara M. Snell Music Theater, presented by SUNY Potsdam's Crane School of Music . As an alumna of the Crane School of Music alumna, Professor Brown returns to her alma mater for...

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Setnor School of Music Faculty and students to travel to Japan with Grupo Pagan

Grupo Pagan, a Latin American Pop, Rock and Jazz Group including Edgar Pagan and Setnor School of Music facutly members Bill DiCosimo and Josh Dekaney has been invited to Senzoku Galuen Music College in Mizonokuchi Kawasaki, Japan.  The group will provide masterclasses,...

Monday, January 13, 2014

Setnor School of Music Graduate Student, Katie Weiser, participates this week in OperaWorks! in LA

Setnor School of Music graduate student, soprano Katie Weiser, will be appearing in Arias In Motion (2014).  Arias in Motion is a fusion of opera, dance and improvisational theater features the 2014 Winter Intensive Artists.  Performances will take place at...

Thursday, December 26, 2013

New Anthology of Swedish Art Songs by Setnor School of Music faculty member, Kathleen Roland Silverstein, to be releaGehrmans Music Publishers in January

Gehrmans Music Publishers release new anthology of Swedish Arts Songs by Setnor School of Music faculty member, Kathleen Roland-Silverstein. Dr. Roland-Silversteins' new book, and anthology of Swedish art songs, Romanser - 25 Swedish Songs with Guide to Swedish Lyric...

Monday, December 16, 2013

SUMB heads to Texas as the University of Minnesota and Syracuse University square off in the 2013 Texas Bowl

Minnesota Golden Gophers vs. Syracuse Orange The University of Minnesota and Syracuse University will square off in the 2013 Texas Bowl. The Orange will fill the Big 12 position as an at-large bid representing the Atlantic Coast Conference, while the Golden Gophers will...

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Setnor School of Music alum, trombonist Justin Clark, is teaching and performing in Switzerland

Setnor School of Music alum, trombonist Justin Clark, recently started teaching in Geneva, Switzerland in addition to performing in the Berne Symphony.  He is also preparing a CD and website.  His site is www.justinthattromboneguy.com - you can also see a video for...

Friday, December 6, 2013

Congratulations to James Abbott, recording engineer for the Albany Symphony's recording of Three Flavors for piano and orchestra, a major new work by Aaron Jay Kernis, which will be released in 2014

James Abbott, instructor of music in the Setnor School of Music, served as recording engineer for the Albany Symphony's recording of Three Flavors for piano and orchestra, a major new work by Aaron Jay Kernis. The recording, which will be released by Naxos Records in early 2014...

Thursday, December 5, 2013

University Singers perform at Syracuse University's Veteran's Day Celebration

 On November 11, 2013, the University Singers, under the direction of Setnor School of Music faculty member, Dr. John Warren, performed in Syracuse University's Veterans' Day Tribute.  For a video of the event, please visit VETERANS DAY VIDEO

Friday, November 15, 2013

SU Alum Christopher Cresswell, B.M. Composition, '11, to premiere pieces at Setnor Auditorium on Friday, November 15

The SU Orchestra will premiere piece by Setnor Alum, Christopher Cresswell on Friday, November 15.  The world premiere of Stone Seeking Warmth at Syracuse University with Jon English, James Tapia, Syracuse University Orchestra, Laura Enslin, Ida Trebicka, Shelby Dems,...

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Women's Choir to premiere three-part arrangement of Nick Page's Fairest Lady at their Thursday, Nov. 21 concert in Setnor Auditorium

On November 21 at 8 pm, the Women's Choir, under the direction of Dr. Barbara Tagg, will be premiering the three-part arrangement of Nick Page's Fairest Lady.  A piece originally given to Dr. Tagg as a surprise from the composer, the premiere of the original version took...