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Music students and faculty present research at the national Voice Foundation Symposium

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

The following KU music students and faculty presented research at the national Voice Foundation Symposium in Philadelphia in June: Kathy K. Price, Ph.D. student in vocal Pedagogy; Jeremy Manternach,, Ph.D. choral pedagogy; Matthew Schloneger, Ph.D. student voice pedagogy; Melissa Brunkan, Ph.D. student choral pedagogy; and James F. Daugherty, associate professor of choral/vocal pedagogy.

 



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