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Watch composer-in-residence Dan Locklair mentor students at The Charlotte NW School of the Arts—

by April 24, 2014

Carolina Impact news coverage: Wake Forest University composer-in-residence Dan Locklair mentors students at The Charlotte NW School of the Arts—click link to watch the segment: http://www.tubechop.com/watch/2641547        

Composer Dan Locklair receives another commission for his Music!

by October 7, 2013

  Dan Locklair’s music to commemorate the twentieth year for the Winston Salem Youth Chorus.  Read more here: http://www.wsyouthchorus.org/news.asp

Music to Our Ears – Accolades to Teresa Radomski, Music and a Liberal Arts Education!

by September 30, 2013

Dear Students, Faculty and Friends of the Music Department: This entry on Dean Fetrow’s blog today represents a true testimonial to outstanding professors, Music and a Liberal Arts education.   http://college.wfu.edu/boardofvisitors/an-appreciation-of-music-as-a-finance-major/

Dan Locklair’s Music Featured on Pipedreams, in a 2-hour episode entitled “Unlocking Locklair”


Dan Locklair’s Organ Music Featured on Pipedreams This week Michael Barone is devoting a full two-hour episode ofPipedreams to Dan Locklair’s music. Barone has chosen the entire program, and Dr. Locklair is particularly delighted that the first hour will conclude with his 2010 AGO Region IV commission,Concerto for Organ and Orchestra, Read more »

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 »