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Performing Arts Leadership & Management


Dot Kelly

Kelly ’18, ’21 Announced Miss Virginia 2019

When Miss Virginia, Camille Schrier, was crowned Miss America 2020, the first runner up — our very own Dot Kelly ’18, ’21 (Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance, Master of Science in Performing Arts Leadership & Management) — became the new Miss Virginia 2019. Kelly is a Magna Cum Laude graduate and is currently pursuing […]

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Arts Leadership GEL Trip in Greece

Students Study Arts Leadership in Greece During GEL Trip

From May 20 through May 31, 11 students traveled to Greece for the Summer Arts Leadership Institute GEL trip with Director and Associate Professor of Performing Arts Leadership & Management David Edelman, M.F.A. and Assistant Dean of Administration, Executive Director of Shenandoah Conservatory Arts Academy and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Performing Arts Leadership & Management […]

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SUpr Summit 2017

Shenandoah Conservatory Well Represented Among Winners of This Year’s SUpr Summit

Several Shenandoah Conservatory undergraduate and graduate students across disciplines were recognized for their research and scholarship at this year’s Student Project & Research (SUpr) Summit on Tuesday, April 30, in the Brandt Student Center, Ferrari Room. This year’s event showcased 66 projects by 150 students. Conservatory students recognized and research topics include: Undergraduate Individual Category […]

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Alumni Successes

Benjamin Luczak

Luczak ’09, ’15 Appointed Development Director at Asolo Rep

Asolo Rep proudly announces Benjamin Luczak as its new Development Director, officially joining the organization on January 15. Prior to relocating to Sarasota, he previously held leadership positions at Dallas Summer Musicals, Omaha Performing Arts, The Maryland Symphony Orchestra and Shenandoah Conservatory Performances. His areas of passion include individual and major gift fundraising, legacy giving, […]

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Erin Puskar, Shenandoah Conservatory alumna and Fulbright semifinalist

Puskar and Speranzo Advance to Fulbright Semifinals

Shenandoah Conservatory alumna Erin Puskar ’15, ’16 and senior music education major Joey Speranzo ’17 have been named Fulbright semifinalists by the national screening committee. Puskar hopes to study and research in Taiwan, and Speranzo seeks to be an English teaching assistant in Bulgaria. The Fulbright selection process has two stages: the national screening committee […]

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