Pamela McDermott

Pamela McDermott and Camerata Singers, accompanied by Lisa Kinzer, presented a concert at the All-Virginia Honor Choir event in Lynchburg, Virginia on April 26. The Virginia ACDA (American Choral Directors Association) invited Dr. McDermott and Camerata Singers to perform for the 500 high school singers selected from across the state of Virginia. The ensemble presented […]

Christopher Swanson

Christopher Swanson will perform Handel’s Messiah as the tenor soloist on Friday, December 2, in Lynchburg Va at Heritage Baptist Church. He will perform with the Lynchburg College Choir and Orchestra.

Christopher Swanson

Dr. Christopher Swanson will be presenting at the upcoming College Music Society National Conference. On Saturday, October 22 he will speak in a panel on contemporary opera (A Dramatic Form in a Dramatic Century), then in a panel in which we will offer musical and narrative analysis to a new opera by Thomas Whitman (Building […]

Jennifer Capaldo

Jennifer Capaldo, Assistant Professor of Music, has written an article which has been accepted for publication in the Fall 2011 edition of the Journal for the International Association of Women in Music (Volume 16, No. 2). “Tracking the Herstory cycles of Elizabeth Vercoe” focuses on four dramatic song cycles by the New England composer Vercoe and […]

Ryan Hebert

Ryan Hebert, Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Choral Activities won a choral composition competition sponsored by the Jefferson Choral Society of Lynchburg.  The competition was open to all composers residing in the commonwealth of Virginia.  The winning piece, composed this fall by Hebert, is a setting of the famous poem, “i carry your […]

Jennifer Capaldo

Jennifer Capaldo is a Semi-Finalist for the American Prize in the Art Song division.  The announcement, and some basic information about the competition is available at the following link:

Patricia Lust

Patricia Lust presented a session entitled Musical Illustration: An Infusion of Fine Arts to Enliven the General Elementary Classroom at the 2009 Mountain Lake Colloquium.