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Composer Paul Mealor Visits The Sacred Music Program

Author: Matt Haines

Known to billions around the world for the music he created for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, Welsh composer Paul Mealor  visits the Conducting Studio on Friday, March 21 to discuss his compositions. Professor Nancy Menk has commissioned and will premiere a new work by Mealor for her ensembles, the South Bend Chamber Singers and the Saint Mary's College Women's Choir.

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Stephen Lancaster Wins Regional NATSAA Award

Author: Matt Haines

Stephen Lancaster has won the NATSAA (National Association of Teachers of Singing Artist Awards) Central Region competition, which took place this past Saturday at Webster University in St. Louis. This means that Stephen will go on to represent the region and compete in the national semi-final competition in Boston during the the NATS convention in July.…

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Carmen-Helena Tellez Invited To Give Lecture For Northwestern University's Bienen School of Music Musicology Colloquium Series

Author: Matt Haines

Sacred Music professor, Professor Carmen-Helena Téllez has been invited to give a lecture for Northwestern University's Bienen School of Music Musicology Colloquium Series on "Latin American Choral Music in the Postmodern Imagination."  The talk is scheduled for March 6, 2014.

Professor Carmen-Helena Téllez's TEDx talk on "Rituals, Perceptions and the Music of your Mind" is now available on TEDx 

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