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Research continues for Marie Sumner Lott

Posted On September 4, 2014
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During July and August, assistant professor of music history and literature Marie Sumner Lott took a 6-week research trip to Germany for a new project on Romantic operas with Medieval subjects or characters. The trip was generously funded by a Research Initiation Grant from Georgia State. Sumner Lott says she found and used many surviving… more »

Faculty commission, record works over summer

Posted On September 4, 2014
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Over the summer several School of Music faculty members were busy on the concert stage and in the studio, working on new music and recordings. Stuart Gerber (percussion) and Jan Berry Baker (saxophone), who commissioned and performed 10 new works for saxophone and percussion duo in the spring, recorded three works for saxophone and percussion for… more »

Brumby Concerto/Aria Competition

Posted On March 22, 2014
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GSU full-time music majors (graduate or undergraduate) currently studying applied music with a GSU School of Music faculty member are eligible

Saturday, April 12, 2014 Starting at 9:00 a.m. at the Florence Kopleff Recital Hall

Eligibility GSU full-time music majors (graduate or undergraduate) currently studying applied music with a GSU School of Music faculty member… more »

The Biggest Stage

Posted On March 7, 2014
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School of Music alums rock Super Bowl halftime show with Bruno Mars

By Ashton Brasher (B.A. ’15)

Were James King (M.Mu ’09) and Dwayne Dugger (M.Mu ’10) ever asked to guess where they thought they might be on Feb. 2, 2014, neither could have possibly surmised that they would be on the stage during halftime… more »