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Conservatory Students Participate in Valley Chorale Workshop

Conservatory Students Participate in Valley Chorale Workshop

Four conservatory students participated in a workshop hosted by The Valley Chorale on Saturday, Nov. 5., and serve as section leaders and singing mentors within the ensemble: Chris Limjuco ’24 (Master of Music in Conducting) from Hollywood, Maryland, who is also a cantor at Leeds Episcopal church and a graduate hall director; Maddie Berkle ’24 […]

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Music Therapy Students

Bryant ’23 and Shegogue ’23 Complete First Transdisciplinary Clinical Placement with Physical Therapy Students

Kalysta Bryant ’23 (Bachelor of Music Therapy) and Jamie Shegogue ’23 (Bachelor of Music Therapy) recently completed the first transdisciplinary clinical placement with Shenandoah University physical therapy students in the Health Professions Building. This was part of a culminating research project for the physical therapy doctoral students, who examined the ways music therapists and physical […]

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Alumni Successes

Bronwen Landless

Landless ’04, ’13 Earns Ph.D. in Creative Arts Therapies

Assistant Professor of Music Therapy Bronwen Landless ’04, ’13, Ph.D., MT-BC, successfully defended her dissertation “Therapeutic Songwriting with People Experiencing Homelessness: Exploring the Impact on Participants and their Surrounding Communities” at Drexel University last month as the culmination of her Ph.D. in the Creative Arts Therapies program.

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Music Therapy Research Published

Research by Music Alumni Published in Music Therapy Perspectives

Martina Bingham ’18 (Doctor of Musical Arts in Pedagogy – Voice), Johanna L.E. Horn ’19, MT-BC (Master of Music Therapy) and Cassie Byers ’19, MT-BC (Master of Music Therapy) all had research studies accepted for publication in the journal Music Therapy Perspectives. Byers’ “Professional Identity Formation of Early Career Music Therapists” and Horn’s “Music Therapy […]

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