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Ithaca College professors were quite the world travelers last summer as they presented their research and publications around the globe.


This past June, hundreds of low brass enthusiasts traveled to the 2012 International Tuba and Euphonium Conference in Linz, Austria, for a week of competitions, clinics, classes, and seminars. Among the hundreds there were four Ithaca College students. 


Ever since Luben Daniel ’12 first came to Ithaca College as a music education major and clarinet player, his goal was to return to his home on the island of St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands to teach music.


It’s hard for any student going away to college for the first time, but it’s especially difficult to create that “home away from home” atmosphere when your home is more than 6,000 miles away.


Few musicians get the chance to conduct at Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater, the 92nd Street Y, Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Center, and Symphony Space. Fewer still get the chance to conduct at these top venues within five years of graduating from college. But as assistant conductor of the Young People’s Chorus (YPC) of New York City, Sophia Miller ’06 is one of those few. 



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