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Max Zorin playing the violin
Violin Professor Releases CD
Penn State violin professor Max Zorin and collaborator Vincent Balse released Mack the Knife in August 2016, Available on CD Baby, the downloadable CD includes 5 tracks from Kurt Weill’s Three Penny Opera arranged by Zorin and Balse, as well as music by Prokofiev and Gershwin. Zorin’s video of Mack the Knife was released in 2015, a project sponsored by a grant from the Penn State Institute for the Arts and Humanities (IAH) and the College of Arts and Architecture. The video is...
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Partners in Music Collaboration Receives National Award
A School of Music outreach program, Partners in Music, has received the "Robby D. Gunstream Education in Music Award" from the College Music Society. The purpose of the award is to recognize established and on-going, imaginative and effective programs of engagement by higher education music faculty members that further education in music with local or area organizations (e.g., schools, civic associations, faith organizations). The award comes with a cash prize which will be...
marko marcinko
New Director of Jazz Studies Announced
The School of Music is pleased to announce the appointment of Marko Marcinko as Director of Jazz Studies, beginning fall 2016. During his years in the music industry, Marcinko has worked as a freelance musician playing drum set, percussion, piano/keyboards, bass guitar, and trombone. He has also served as a studio session player, arranger, musical director, and producer for numerous commercial jingles, indie-films and off-Broadway, club and theater engagements. He has also worked with...
Student Spotlight
Ian Duh

Graduating piano performance major Ian Duh has been named as the School of Music student marshal for the College of Arts and Architecture’s undergraduate commencement ceremony on May 7, 2016. The son of Rong-Chii (Samuel) Duh and Hwei-Kit (...

Faculty Spotlight
Anthony J. Costa
Congratulations to Anthony J. Costa, who is the recipient of the 2016 College of Arts and Architecture Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching. The award is the result of a lengthy nomination process, including letters of recommendations from faculty...
Alumni Spotlight
Dan Shevock

Daniel Shevock ('15 Ph.D. music education), has been elected as the national chair-elect for the National Association for Music Education’s Creativity Special Research Interest Group (SRIG).  He will serve as SRIG chair-elect for...