Louis Goldstein collaborates with FestivalStage on “33 Variations”

by February 18, 2013
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From February 1-24, 33 Variations will be performed at Hanesbrands Theatre. FestivalStage collaborates with Wake Forest Theatre and includes current students and WFU alumni as well as Professor of music, Louis Goldstein who performs the Variations live onstage throughout the play. For more information about the play please click on the review by Lynn Read more »

Music Notes Spring 2013 newsletter features Derek West (’02)

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The Spring 2013 issue of our department newsletter, Music Notes, is now available for download. This issue features an interview with ’02 alumnus Derek West and also includes descriptions of our ensembles and scholarships.

Locklair’s Hail the Coming Day premiered by the Winston-Salem Symphony

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As part of the 100th-year celebrations of Winston-Salem, Composer-in-Residence, Dr. Dan Locklair’s new orchestral piece, Hail the Coming Day (A Festive Piece for Orchestra) will be premiered by the Winston-Salem Symphony. To learn more information about the event and its program notes, click on the links.

Susan Borwick elected as president of International Alliance for Women in Music

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Profesor Susan Borwick has recently been elected president of the International Alliance for Women in Music. To read more about her role and the IAWM please follow this link.

Wake Forest Magazine features Locklair and Hess (’96, MSA ’97)

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September 2012: The Fall 2012 issue of the Wake Forest Magazine highlights Dan Locklair and alumna April Arden Hess (’96, MSA ’97)