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Spring 2021 Student Recital

It’s that time of the year again for the music department: recital time. Our students have submitted recordings of their repertoire for our third-ever virtual student recital; for the third time, we are incredibly proud of their ability to connect … Continue reading

28. April 2021 by katherine.hetz
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Student Recital – Spring 2016

On April 18, 2016, the students taking applied music lessons gave a recital to showcase their accomplishments during the semester.     *No photo: Hannah Gregor, piano, performed Ivan Sings by Aram Khachaturian.

28. May 2016 by hgregor
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Rachmaninoff and Ragtime

On February 20, 2016, William McNally, piano, gave a wonderful performance of Rachmaninoff pieces and Ragtime music.   Pittsburgh native William McNally began his formal piano studies at age seven. Shortly after his ninth birthday, he performed for the first … Continue reading

28. February 2016 by hgregor
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The Evolution of the Silent Spring Project

The Evolution of the Silent Spring Project Music by Mark Fromm A Citizen of the 21st Century Looks Back (2009) (excerpts) Sonata Deus Ex Machina (2006) I. Deus Ex Borealis (2005) II. Dance e to the x (2013) Silent Spring … Continue reading

28. February 2016 by hgregor
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Fall 2014 Music Event: Wagner’s Tristan and Isolde

In our Fall events schedule for 2014, the Chatham music department was happy to host soloists Anna Singer, Kelly Lynch, and Robert Frankenberry along with pianist Walter Morales in their performance of Wagner’s Duets and Liebestod from Tristan and Isolde. … Continue reading

03. March 2015 by agehrlein
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