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Master of Music Therapy


Sensory-Friendly Concert

Music Therapy Program Hosts Virtual Sensory-Friendly Concert

Music therapy students and faculty will present “Trending Now: #SFC,” a virtual, inclusive, sensory-friendly concert experience from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 3, via Zoom. The free event features performances by Shenandoah Conservatory music therapy students, as well as students from throughout the conservatory, including Fin Willner, ’23 (Professional Studies Program for […]

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Conservatory Performs 2021/22 Season Announcement

Live Music, Theatre and Dance Returns!

After more than a year of online performances, Shenandoah Conservatory announces the return of live, in-person music, theatre and dance to its academic season. The Conservatory Performs 2021/22 season features dozens of opportunities to witness and experience the arts, including a rich variety of performances by students, faculty and internationally renowned guest artists. The season […]

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2021/22 New Conservatory Faculty

Five New Artist Educators Join Shenandoah Conservatory’s Renowned Faculty

Shenandoah Conservatory is thrilled to introduce a new cohort of exceptional artists and educators to its students and community. (Two of the conservatory’s seven searches have yet to be completed.) “I’m grateful to the search committees for these exhaustive and national searches,” said Shenandoah Conservatory Dean and Professor of Music Michael Stepniak, Ed.D. “Each one […]

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Alumni Successes

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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