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Bachelor of Music in Performance

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Madeleine Bohnett, Gilman Scholarship winner from Shenandoah.

Conservatory Student Wins Gilman Scholarship

Shenandoah Conservatory music performance major (violin) Madeleine Bohnett ’20 will study musicology abroad this summer with the support of a $5,000 Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, administered by the U.S. Department of State. Bohnett will use the scholarship to attend the three-week-long Musicology Colloquium with Partners for the Arts Abroad LLC in Vienna, Austria, and […]

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Nathan Clark and Jim Wilt

Trumpet Studio Studies with U.S. Air Force and LA Phil Musicians

The Shenandoah Conservatory Trumpet Studio welcomed U.S. Air Force trumpeter and Maryland Symphony Orchestra principal trumpet Nathan Clark, who presented a masterclass on Wednesday, March 27. Clark performed and coached trumpet students Caeley Niess ’20 (Bachelor of Music in Performance), Jonathan Wyatt ’19 (Bachelor of Music in Composition) and Duncan Moore ’22 (Bachelor of Music […]

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Alumni Successes

Madeleine Bohnett, Gilman Scholarship winner from Shenandoah.

Conservatory Student Wins Gilman Scholarship

Shenandoah Conservatory music performance major (violin) Madeleine Bohnett ’20 will study musicology abroad this summer with the support of a $5,000 Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, administered by the U.S. Department of State. Bohnett will use the scholarship to attend the three-week-long Musicology Colloquium with Partners for the Arts Abroad LLC in Vienna, Austria, and […]

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Nathan Clark and Jim Wilt

Trumpet Studio Studies with U.S. Air Force and LA Phil Musicians

The Shenandoah Conservatory Trumpet Studio welcomed U.S. Air Force trumpeter and Maryland Symphony Orchestra principal trumpet Nathan Clark, who presented a masterclass on Wednesday, March 27. Clark performed and coached trumpet students Caeley Niess ’20 (Bachelor of Music in Performance), Jonathan Wyatt ’19 (Bachelor of Music in Composition) and Duncan Moore ’22 (Bachelor of Music […]

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