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David Meyer, Katie Burnham, Rachel Balbi

Students and Faculty Collaborate on Biomedical Research Presented at ISMRM & ISMRT Annual Meeting & Exhibition in Canada

Several Shenandoah Conservatory students and faculty collaborated on biomedical research that was selected by the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) and International Society for MR Radiographers & Technologists (ISMRT) to be presented at the 2023 ISMRM & ISMRT Annual Meeting & Exhibition in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, from Saturday, June 3, through Thursday, […]

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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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Alumni Successes

Justin Delong and Laura Pritchard

Delong ’21 and Pritchard ’17 Selected for NATS Intern Program

Justin Delong ’21 (Master of Music in Pedagogy) and Laura (Jordan) Pritchard ’17 (Master of Music in Performance) have been selected for the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Intern Program. The program is organized by NATS and selects 12 teachers per year from its 7,000 members to be mentored by four master teachers […]

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David Meyer and Leon Neto

Research by Neto ’16 and Meyer Published in Australian Voice Journal

Leon Neto ’16 (Doctor of Musical Arts in Pedagogy – Voice) and Director of the Janette Ogg Voice Research Center and Associate Professor of Voice (Baritone) and Vocal Pedagogy David Meyer, D.M., recently published “Understanding the Vocal Skill Set for Contemporary Christian Singers: Insights from Elite Singers” in the Australian Voice Journal. The purpose of […]

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Martina Bingham

Research by Bingham ’18 Featured in Oxford University Press: SHAPE

Research on singing in music therapy by Martina Bingham ’18 (Doctor of Musical Arts in Pedagogy –Voice) was featured in a special arts and sciences initiative through Oxford University Press: SHAPE (Social Sciences, Humanities, and the Arts for People and the Economy). Adjunct Associate Professor of Music Therapy Elizabeth Schwartz, M.A., MT-BC, served as a […]

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