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Music education major Allison Russo '11 is showing school-aged girls it's okay to be noisy, unstructured, and expressive--in other words, a jazz musician.


When Luben Daniel ’12 left the U.S. Virgin Islands to study music at Ithaca College, he already had the perfect future job in mind: he wanted to return home to teach music.


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. 


It’s Monday at 12:30 p.m., and juniors in Ithaca’s music education program have taken over four classrooms at the Immaculate Conception School downtown.



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