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Professor of Music and composer Susan Borwick’s latest work for the bassoon, “Spirit,” premiered in New York City–

by January 31, 2014
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Read the article here: http://inside.wfu.edu/2014/01/borwicks-spirit-debuts-in-new-york-city/

Hear children talk about singing Dan Locklair’s music—

by October 30, 2013

Children, of the Winston-Salem Youth Chorus, speak to WFDD about singing the World Premiere of his The Playful Rainbow, based on poetry by Fred Chappell. They will be singing his composition at the gala, this Saturday, November 2, 2013 at 7:00 pm during the Choral Group’s 20th anniversary celebration. Read more »

World Premiere of Dan Locklair’s “Bond and Free”

by June 12, 2013
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The Vocal Arts Ensemble of Durham presented the world premiere of  Dan Locklair’s 2012 setting of a Robert Frost poem entitled “Bond and Free.” Please click on the links to read more about the concert and its review by Ken Hoover of CVNC.

“Hail the Coming Day” (A Festive Piece for Orchestra)

by May 16, 2013
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The Winston-Salem Symphony premiered Dan Locklair’s new piece, “Hail the Coming Day” (A Festive Piece for Orchestra), on May 13th as part of the city-wide celebration of Winston-Salem’s Centennial Celebration. Please click on the links for a review and article of the concert.

Andrew Clark (’98) to premiere Locklair’s Winter

by February 18, 2013

Featured in Wake Forest Magazine: Wake Forest music alum and Harvard University faculty member Andrew Clark (’98) to premiere Professor of Music and Composer-in-Residence Dan Locklair’s WINTER (from the forgottens).

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