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On April 15, 350 students from Ithaca College’s School of Music will take the stage to perform Giuseppe Verdi's classic Requiem at Lincoln Center’s famed Avery Fisher Hall.

Members of the choir, chorus, women’s chorale, and symphony orchestra will travel from Ithaca to New York City to bring this powerful music to...

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The Rachel S. Thaler Concert Pianist Series, established in 1991 in honor of pianist and College supporter Rachel S. Thaler, has brought many distinguished musical talents to Ithaca College. Last November, the Thaler series hosted world-renowned pianist Peter Serkin. Called one of the most “thoughtful and individualistic musicians appearing before the public...

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A: Yes, non-majors can take part in the music program. If you don’t want to minor in music, classes are available for you, as are lessons and ensembles, if you play an instrument. You can always look in the college catalog for music classes that non-majors are able to take. ...

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Merry Christmas indeed. On December 8th, bass vocalist Adam Strube '08 will get the chance of a lifetime. He will perform in Washington, D.C., at the White House holiday events. After having received the support and provocation of Ithaca graduate Carl Ruck, Strube was compelled to apply for the chance to sing for President Bush and his guests. Strube, a music...

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When Paul Fowler ’01 answered his phone one day in the spring of 2006, he was notified that his entry had been selected as the winner of a composition contest for the New York Youth Symphony. He was surprised, to say the least. “I had completely forgotten I had submitted the piece,” says Fowler, who found himself in the sonorous...

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