Setnor School of Music News

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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...

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

America's First Sport, a documentary with film score by Setnor School of Music faculty member, Bill DiCosimo, will air Monday Nov. 18th at 9 PM on WCNY TV, PBS channel 24

America's First Sport, will air Monday Nov. 18th at 9 PM on WCNY TV, PBS channel 24The documentary chronicles the history and impact of lacrosse. Included: comments from key Native American contributors, league executives, and players and coaches; plus stories from Jim Brown's...

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Setnor School of Music Faculty member, Greg Wood, featured in this month's Strad Magazine

Strad Magazine's November 2013 issue features Setnor School of Music faculty member, cellist Gregory Wood, and his brother Mark Wood, electric violinist.  The brothers discuss growing up in their musical house, and their very divergent careers.  The article is...

Monday, November 11, 2013

Setnor School of Music faculty member, Kathleen Roland, performs in Chinary Ung - Celebration 70 at UC San Diego, November 13

Setnor School of Music faculty member, Kathleen Roland, performs in Chinary Ung - Celebration 70 at UC San Diego, November 13 A celebratory concert honoring Distinguished Professor Chinary Ung on his 70th year.  Featuring renowned international artists as well as UCSD...

Friday, November 8, 2013

Harumi Rhodes, Setnor School for Music String Area Coordinator, performed at Canyonlands National Park!

 Harumi Rhodes, Setnor School for Music String Area Coordinator, performed Spring from Astor Piazzolla's Four Seasons of Buenos Aires inside the magical red rock grotto of Canyonlands National Park accessible only by jet boating down the Colorado River.  Presented by...

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Congratulations to Civic Morning Musical Vocal Competition winners and finalists from Setnor School of Music - Steven Mitchell, Catherine Siniscalco, and Angky Budiardjono!

39 young singers from throughout New York State competed for $2900 in prizes in the 37th annual Civic Morning Musicals Vocal Competition held Saturday November 2 at Onondaga Community College. They represented 17 colleges, universities and conservatories and came from the voice...

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Setnor School of Music graduate student, Katie Weiser, to sing National Anthem at SU basketball game!

Katie Weiser, a graduate vocal performance major at Setnor School of Music, will be singing it this Friday, November 1st, at the Syracuse Men's Basketball Game vs. Holy Family @ 7pm in the Carrier Dome. 

Friday, October 25, 2013

Setnor School of Music Faculty member, John Laverty, up for Producer of the Year, Classical!

Setnor School of Music Faculty member, John Laverty, has gone through to the next level in the Grammy process!  His work as a producer has lead to grammy entries for three albums for consideration for Producer of the Year, Classical!University of Florida Wind Ensemble -...