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Rachell Ellen Wong named winner of J.S. Bach Competition

Thursday, December 5, 2019   |  J.S. Bach Competition

Rachell Ellen Wong (B.M., Strings and Harp, 2013) is the winner of the inaugural Lillian and Maurice Barbash J.S. Bach Competition at the Stony Brook University. She will be performing at the first annual Island Symphony Bach Festival January 26, 2020. Photo by Jiyang Chen

Betsy Murphy

Betsy Murphy recognized as Outstanding Educator of the Year

Thursday, November 21, 2019

Assistant Professor of Instruction in Art Education at UT Betsy Murphy (B.F.A., Art Education, 1980) will be recognized as the Higher Ed Division Outstanding Educator of the Year at the fall Texas Art Education Association conference.

Kathryn St. Clair

Kathryn Louise St. Clair exhibits work in painting gallery

Wednesday, October 30, 2019   |  Digital Grange Gallery

Kathryn Louise St. Clair (B.F.A., Studio Art, 1993) exhibits her paintings as a series of abstracted landscapes in “Meditations on Volatility & Serenity / Landscapes of a New World: Paintings by Kathryn St. Clair,” which is seen as a metaphor for the shifting earth and climate. It opens October 5 and continues onto November 8. Photo by Kathryn St. Clair

Andrew William Parker

Andrew William Parker appointed Assistant Professor and Director of Oklahoma State University School of Music

Wednesday, October 30, 2019   |  Oklahoma State University

Andrew William Parker (D.M.A., Woodwinds, 2013) has been appointed Assistant Professor of Oboe as well as Director of Summer Music Camps at the Oklahoma State University School of Music. He currently holds the position of Lecturer of Oboe and Music Technology at Brevard College along with Artistic Administrator at the Brevard Music Center Summer Festival and Institute. Photo by Art of Roxy Photography

Jim Davis

James A. Davis releases second book

Wednesday, October 30, 2019   |  University of Nebraska

James A. Davis (M.M., Composition, 1987) has released his second book with the University of Nebraska Press, “Maryland, My Maryland: Music and Patriotism During the American Civil War.” He has also been named editor for a series of essay collections and monographs from Routledge titled “Modern Musicology in the College Classroom.” Photo by Lori Deemer

William Lyne

William Lyne issues new book

Wednesday, October 30, 2019   |  Amazon

William Rayford Lyne (M.F.A., Studio Art, 1969) has released a book titled “Kalliste: Thothmes III’s Danaan Colony in New Mexico, ca. 1626 B.C.” Photo courtesy William Rayford Lyne


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