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McKenzie Garrett and Morgan Craig

Garrett ’20 and Craig ’20 Awarded Strong Scholarships

Music education majors Morgan Craig ’20 and McKenzie Garrett ’20 were awarded $5,000 scholarship awards from the Hattie M. Strong Foundation (HMSF) to defray costs during student teaching in the spring semester. Both are student teaching in Loudoun County, Virginia. Craig is student teaching at Mercer Middle School with cooperating teacher Melanie Manning ’20 (Master […]

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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

Paul Noble

Noble ’56 Launches New Website for Band Arrangements

Paul Noble ’56 (Bachelor of Music Education) recently launched a newly redesigned website to share his esteemed music arrangements for band with a catalog featuring more than 300 titles. It was professionally designed with an array of helpful components, including features to display bands from around the world, FAQs, reviews from customers around the world […]

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2019 VMEA Conference

Shenandoah Students, Faculty and Alumni Well Represented at 2019 VMEA State Conference

Sixty-eight Shenandoah Conservatory music education majors traveled to the 2019 Virginia Music Educators Association (VMEA) state conference at the Homestead from Thursday, Nov. 21, through Saturday, Nov. 23. These students provided support for the conference, including registration and guiding services for school ensembles. The Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Director of Orchestral Studies, Conductor […]

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