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The University of Georgia Symphony, Chorus and Concert Choir will be performing Sunday Nov. 8 at 3:30 p.m. in the Gothic abbey of the Monastery of the Holy Spirit in Conyers. The program for the concert will include music written by Handel and Haydn. This will be the UGA Concert Choir's first performance at the monastery, which is located at 2625 Hwy. 212. Admission is free and the public is invited to attend.

An article in the Rockdale Citizen this week quotes Dr. Mitos Andaya (no link):

"We are so excited to be performing at the monastery...

DukeOctober 12 - 15, 2009 Renowned scholar and researcher Robert Duke will be in residence at the Hugh Hodgson School of Music from October 12th-15th, 2009. Dr. Duke will be presenting a variety of engaging talks and lectures covering a range of topics related to both music teaching and learning, and general principles of teaching and learning. All sessions are free of charge and open to the public. This...

Kenneth Fischer (2)Kenneth Fischer, Professor of Saxophone in the Hodgson School of Music of the University of Georgia, has been invited to appear as a special guest artist at the Eugene Rousseau Ninth Annual International Saxophone Master Class held at the University of Minnesota, October 22-24, 2009.  Dr. Fischer will be presenting a special recital performance of the SERENADE for...

millennium_cover_120The University of Georgia Wind Ensemble, under the direction of John Lynch, released a professional cd recording on the Naxos label on June 30 entitled:  "Millennium Canons: Looking Forward, Looking Back." The recording features both standard and new wind band repertoire, including "Lost Gulch Lookout" by Kristin...

is_milmasc_120University of Georgia professor of double bass Milton Masciadri discusses this fascinating instrument, its history and his performances with it around the world. Masciadri is joined by Betty Jean Craige, director of the Willson Center for Humanities and professor of comparative literature at the University of Georgia, and honors student Daniel...

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