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Master of Music Education

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Shenandoah’s Music Master’s Degree Programs Receive National Recognition

Shenandoah University’s music master’s degree programs are ranked third in Intelligent.com’s list of top 50 master’s in music degree programs in the U.S. for 2021. The university’s composite score is 96.05 on a scale of 100. Shenandoah beat out the Juilliard School, Oberlin College and Conservatory, and San Francisco Conservatory of Music, among others. Shenandoah […]

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Musicians Performing at Clinic

Being Well Together Spring 2021 Focus

Pictured above: Associate Professor of Violin Akemi Takayama, M.M., and Ashley Crawford ’23 (B.M. in Performance) presented a duo concert for community members who received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at the James R. Wilkins, Jr. Athletics & Events Center in January. Background Cognizant of the unique challenges that face Shenandoah Conservatory students, […]

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Alumni Successes

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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Paul Shoremount at VMEA

Shoremount ’75, ’84 Honored at the VMEA In-Service at The Homestead

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music Education Paul E. Shoremount ’75, ’84, M.M.E., was honored at the Virginia Music Educators Association (VMEA) In-Service at The Homestead and inducted into Virginia Band and Orchestra Directors Association Hall of Fame. “It is with great humility and honor to be selected into the Virginia Band and Orchestra Directors Association […]

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Music Therapy Alumna Segues Into Special Education

A major, a minor and one particular class converged to lead Kelsi Yingling ’13 down a new path within familiar educational territory. Yingling, 23, of The Plains, Virginia, is the first graduate of Shenandoah Conservatory’s music therapy program to study for the Master of Science in Education with a special education concentration (MSE-SPED) offered by […]

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