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Ever imagine getting to work with an A-list Hollywood director while still in college? With the help of IC music professor Alex Perialas, Dan Timmons ’10 landed an internship at Sound Lounge in New York City and worked on Jonathan Demme’s movie about reggae legend Bob Marley.

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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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Ithaca has a way of becoming your home when you’re not paying attention. “Every time I go back to Ithaca I feel like a huge weight has been lifted off my shoulders,” says Ben Willmott ’05.

Ithaca became both a creative home base and an inspiration for the Boston-based musician, who got his start as a founding member of the Shanty Band during his freshman year at...

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It's summer and the music is hot!

Ithaca's Ford Hall has seen dozens of reputable performers this summer, including the fascinating, international New Zealand String Quartet.

As part of the 35th annual Ithaca College Suzuki Institute, the New Zealand String Quartet graced the stage at Ford Hall,  performing two quartets by Haydn to commemorate the 200th anniversary of his...

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A: Yes! The School of Music offers some instrumental and voice lessons, either in classes or one-on-one, every semester.

You can also access a large network of IC alumni who give music lessons outside of official College classes.

The best way to find out about lesson options is to call the School of Music office or send them an email.

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