In this new lecture series, arts entrepreneurs of all stripes — performers, scholars, educators and administrators — will demonstrate to music students that traditional orchestra jobs or tenure-track teaching positions aren’t their only professional options. The first lecture on March 16 features the trailblazing wind quintet, Windsync (Emily Tsai, MM Oboe '13).
Cunningham leaves her Southeast, D.C. classroom for Botswana on a Fulbright this January to further explore how musical and ancestral ties form national identity in children.
Hear a diverse program of chamber works performed by outstanding graduate and undergraduate students from the University of Maryland School of Music. Selected by faculty from over thirty-five chamber ensembles, these students represent in the University of Maryland School of Music's nationally recognized chamber music program.
Musical America recognizes Scerbo for his work as the Director of the National Orchestral Institute and Festival, a four-week program for training the orchestral musician of the future. Selected from hundreds of performing arts professionals, Musical America Professionals of the Year are innovative, creative and forward-thinking arts leaders.