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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.


Ithaca College’s Choir, the premiere choral ensemble made up of 48 singers-soprano, alto, tenor and bass- is also a band of traveling musicians. Or so they were during their 2012 spring break.


Jazz studies major and pianist Josh Condon '14 got to perform on one of the country's greatest stages last January when he performed on Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Center with the 2012 Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Jazz Orchestra.


Most people don't realize that musicians can suffer health issues as a result of their profession, but they can. Carpal tunnel syndrome, stress injuries, and back pain are just a few of the problems they may suffer due to repetitive practicing and performing.


If you ask Alex Perialas what he's been listening to lately, he will likely laugh and respond by asking you the same question. As a veteran of the recording industry, assistant professor and director of the sound recording program at the School of Music, and owner and engineer at Pyramid Recording Studios in Ithaca, New York, Perialas has worked with talented and award-winning artists in just about every music genre. The real question for someone inquiring as to what's playing on his stereo is, "What hasn't he been listening to?"


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