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Chamber Singers

24 Jul 2013    

UNL Chamber Singers to perform in Oxford

The UNL Chamber Singers have been invited to perform at the Conference of the Association of British Choral Directors (ABCD) in Oxford, U.K., in August and will be attending with support from the Hixson-Lied Endowment, Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts and the School of Music.

The 25-member vocal ensemble provides a chamber vocal experience for singers and is under the direction of Associate Professor of Choral Music Therees Hibbard.

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Desiree Bartels

19 Jul 2013    

Carson School Freshman receives GE-Reagan Scholarship

Incoming Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film Freshman Desiree Bartels of Tobias, Neb., is one of 20 recipients nationwide of a GE-Ronald Reagan Foundation Scholarship.

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Megan Fleming

24 Jun 2013    

Carson School junior earns Academy internship

Megan Fleming, a film and new media junior in the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln from Lawrence, Kan., is the recipient of a prestigious internship this summer from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation.

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Peter Eklund

24 Jun 2013    

Eklund quarterfinalist for Grammy Teaching Award

Peter Eklund, Professor and Director of Choral Activities in the University of Nebraska–Lincoln's School of Music, has been named one of 217 quarterfinalists for the Grammy® Foundation’s first-ever Music Educator Award.

The Music Educator Award was established to recognize current educators (kindergarten through college) who have made a significant and lasting contribution to the field of music education and who demonstrate a commitment to the broader cause of maintaining music education in the schools.

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Catherine Meier with one of her works at her exhibition "Open Richness."

06 Jun 2013    

Art alum Meier receives McKnight fellowship

Catherine Meier, of Duluth, Minn., who received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in studio art from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln Department of Art and Art History in 2005, has received the McKnight Visual Artist Fellowship from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD).

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Dennis Henry

03 Jun 2013    

Henry to present at British Shakespeare conference

Dennis Henry, a graduate Directing for Stage and Screen student in the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film from San Diego, Calif., has been selected to participate in the 15th annual British Graduate Shakespeare Conference June 6-8 at The Shakespeare Institute at the University of Birmingham in Stratford-upon-Avon, England.

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Photo of the Escher String Quartet members

30 May 2013    

Chamber Music Institute performances in June

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s annual Chamber Music Institute will take place June 9-16. Seven UNL faculty are joined this summer by four faculty guests - the Escher String Quartet.

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Advertising brochure for the mainstage productions

15 May 2013    

Nebraska Repertory announces summer dates

Nebraska Repertory Theatre, the Actors’ Equity Association professional theatre on the University of Nebraska–Lincoln campus, announces its performance dates for summer 2013.

Opening Night Receptions follow each opening night performance as indicated with an asterisk (*).

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Photo of Frank Stroup playing trumpet

10 May 2013    

Music junior Stroup loves to perform and innovate

Frank Stroup, a junior from Lincoln, Neb., was inspired by his first trumpet teacher to go into music education, but he wanted to be sure to continue performing at the same time.

“I love playing,” Stroup, a music education major, said. “If I had (a teacher’s) certificate and can perform, it will be such a strong musical career.”

One of Stroup’s current professors said he has been able to find a good balance between performing and understanding the ways of an educator.

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Abigail Rice stands beside her work being shown in exhibition.

09 May 2013    

Art Alum's work influenced by travel to Japan

Abigail Rice, a senior from Lincoln, Neb., came to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln with the plan of majoring in engineering. After her first physics class, Rice discovered it wasn’t for her.

Rice is now part of the 2013 graduating class and received her bachelor of arts in studio art, with an emphasis on photography.

“I’ve always loved art, and I think it’s very important, not just to our culture, but I also think that’s how I think best and that’s through expressive media,” Rice said.

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