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    Open textbook project wins prestigious international award , article

    University Libraries' Open Education Initiative team received a first-of-its-kind "highly commended" designation for the open textbook project "Original Études for the Developing Conductor" at the 2023 Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers Annual Conference Awards.

    Date: Jan 25, 2024
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    ‘No greater experience’: Alumnus performs his concerto with Boston Symphony Orchestra , article

    Jeff Midkiff '85 performed his mandolin concerto "From the Blue Ridge" with the orchestra on July 23. This opportunity was a crown jewel achievement in a lifetime dedicated to music, one Midkiff will never forget.

    Date: Jul 31, 2023
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    Music expert expounds on Tony Bennett’s monumental legacy , article

    Singer Tony Bennett, dead at age 96, left behind a mountain of musical achievements over a career that spanned eight decades. Singer and Virginia Tech voice expert Ariana Wyatt expounds on Bennett’s many contributions to music and society.

    Date: Jul 21, 2023
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    Orchestrating a symphony of connections in community music education , video

    The Virginia Tech String Project is a community enrichment program whose mission is to provide string music education for regional students and prepare future music teachers and educators. Their recent 15th anniversary concert at Moss Arts Center and performance of the National Anthem at a Salem Red Sox game are examples of several special events to celebrate Virginia Tech's dedication to leadership in string music education in the state.

    Date: Jun 08, 2023
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    Music education student pursues passion in film scoring , video

    Music education and composition major, Kieran Casey, has always been passionate about film scores. Since coming to Virginia Tech he has found new ways to create his own opportunities in a field that he loves.

    Date: Dec 16, 2022
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    Student singers work with founder of the world-renowned Tallis Scholars , video

    Music education major Maggie Good participated in a master class with the Virginia Tech Chamber Singers led by Peter Phillips, director and founder of world-renowned vocal ensemble the Tallis Scholars. Watch as Phillips works closely with the students, providing valuable feedback and advice, and listen as Maggie describes her experience and explains why music helps us overcome boundaries. The Moss Arts Center helps create meaningful connections between students and artists.

    Date: Feb 08, 2019