Monday, December 22, 2014
Special thanks to all of our students (and their families) who gave of their time during the Winter Break to create this special opportunity for our program. Great job!
Posted by Brayer Teague at 3:49 PM
Sunday, December 21, 2014
If one ever wonders why/how the DGN Band functions at a high level, they need look no further than the dedication of our student leaders. After a lot of volunteer hours and hard work during Semester 1, it was nice to kick-back and relax today at our annual Band Student Leaders Holiday Party.
Posted by Brayer Teague at 5:52 PM
Monday, December 15, 2014
Also on campus today is Class of 2012 DGN alumnus Hannah Young (who will be accompanying the DGN Bands on harp at Carnegie Hall) as well as composer & conductor Don Owens (Northwestern University Professor Emeritus).
It was wonderful to welcome all of these special guests to campus today!
Posted by Brayer Teague at 4:07 PM
Thursday, December 04, 2014
Monday, December 01, 2014
As you think about your future, are you considering majoring or minoring in music? The Midwest Clinic (a professional conference of over 10,000 music educators from all over the world, and held each year in Chicago) invites instrumental music students to attend College Night on Thursday, December 18, 2014 at McCormick Place West in Chicago, Illinois from 5:30 - 7:00PM. College Night is FREE and open to the public.
College Night provides an opportunity for students to visit with representatives from the world’s leading collegiate and military music programs. It is a vital part of the clinic’s mission to showcase these outstanding institutions of higher learning at our annual conference. A tradition since 1988, The Midwest Clinic encourages all music educators to invite interested students to this important event. Students, parents, chaperones, and directors who wish to participate are not required to sign up or pay a registration fee to attend College Night. Please see the attached image for more information. We also invite you to visit our website to learn more: www.midwestclinic.org.
Posted by Brayer Teague at 5:34 PM