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Brittney Burgess '18 (shown with David Cowles, art lecturer) is a music education and vocal performance major selected by Nazareth professors to sing for a Sesame Street video created by Cowles. Read the story of F is for Fairytale.
Naz students competed to compose musical scores for Elio commercials. The three-wheeled car of the future stopped at Naz during a recent promotional tour. Read more »
Marjorie Roth, professor of music history and flute and director of the honors program at Nazareth, discusses the importance of esoteric studies and musicology in the study of music history. Read more »
Quinton Harvey '15 studied abroad in Berlin for a semester where he interned with Musica Reanimata, an organization that rediscovers and promotes the work of composers who fled Nazi Germany. Learn more about Quinton »
Nazareth is adding a 550-seat music performance center, an acoustically optimized performance venue for large voice and instrumental groups. This new space will benefit students and enable more collaborations, such as with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra.
In addition to individual lessons and recitals there are many opportunities for students of all majors to participate in music ensembles, large and small. Prospective and current students who audition for ensembles are considered for talent scholarships.
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