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Sophia Alvini-Moore

Alvini-Moore ’25 Establishes First Drop-in Musicianship Tutoring Lab for Students

Hybrid Embedded Musicianship Tutor Sophia Alvini-Moore ’25 (Bachelor of Music in Performance – Cello), under the supervision of Adjunct Associate Professor of Musicianship Charlene Romano ’91, M.M., has established the first drop-in Musicianship Tutoring Lab for students in Romano’s Applied Musicianship-Empowering the Musician courses. Students in this course sequence may drop in during lab hours […]

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Music Students Meet Lucy Shaefer

Mezzo-soprano Lucy Schaufer Visits Music Students

Mezzo-soprano Lucy Schaufer visited Shenandoah Conservatory singers, on Friday, Nov. 11, while over from the U.K. working for Virginia Opera. She performed the role of Ruth in “The Pirates of Penzance” at the Center for the Arts at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, this month.

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Alumni Successes

Anita Williams

Williams ’21, ’23 Appointed Education Assistant at Richmond Symphony

Violist Anita Williams ’21, ’23 (Bachelor of Music in Performance, Master of Science in Performing Arts Leadership & Management) was recently appointed education assistant in the education department at the Richmond Symphony. She will support all of their education programming in her new role and will work quite a bit with the youth orchestras. “I […]

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