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Music Production & Recording Technology

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MPRT Visits ATR Services

MPRT Students Visit ATR Services

Music production & recording technology (MPRT) students visited ATR Services in York, Pennsylvania on Friday, Feb. 21. They participated in an analog tape calibration seminar given by Dan Labrie. The seminar touched on magnetic tape manufacturing and tape machine calibration. ATR Magnetics and Services is one of the only analog tape manufacturers in the United […]

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Shenandoah Conservatory Programs

Undergraduate Curricula Boldly Reimagined at Shenandoah Conservatory

After an intensive two-year process of analysis and review, Shenandoah Conservatory announces newly redesigned undergraduate curricula across all 17 undergraduate degrees in music, theatre and dance. The redesigned programs combine top-level industry preparation with increased focus on collaboration, entrepreneurship and student well-being. “Shenandoah Conservatory faculty have revised programs to offer our students enhanced rigorous training […]

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Alumni Successes

Dan Shores

Shores ’99 Nominated for an Icelandic Music Award

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music Production & Recording Technology Dan Shores ’99, B.M., was nominated for an Icelandic Music Award (an equivalent to the Grammy Awards in the United States). Shores has completed a lot of work there for the last few years and this is his first nomination. He is the only American name […]

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2020 Grammy Award Nominees

Shores ’99 and Naumenko with Conspirare Nominated for 2020 Grammy Awards

Two Shenandoah Conservatory faculty are on the list of 2020 Grammy Award nominees announced on Wednesday, Nov. 20. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music Production & Recording Technology Dan Shores ’99, B.M., received his fifth Grammy Award nomination for his work on the album “AEQUA” which features music by Icelandic composer Anna S. Þorvaldsdóttir as performed […]

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