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Dylan Song Recorded at Florida Tech Gets International Mention

The version of "Ballad in Plain D" from pianist Paul Anquez and vocalist Isabel Sörling was the "most memorable," a journalist says.

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Singer Judy Collins to Co-Host FM Odyssey on WFIT Sept. 6

The show will feature songs and artists that inspired Collins, stories from her nearly 60-year career, and hits from the Collins catalog.

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Trumpeter Joseph Montelione to Hold ‘Concert with Words’ Feb. 26

The free, public concert is expected to include an eclectic variety of music, such as American songbook, jazz, contemporary classical, rock and more.

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Flutist, Scholar Pam Youngblood to Hold Free Concert Jan. 30 at Gleason

Youngblood, professor and chair of the Department of Music and Drama at Texas Woman’s University, is the 2016-2018 Phi Kappa Phi Artist.

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Florida Tech Faculty Recital Oct. 1 to Feature Eliza Dopira

Dopira, a music instructor and director of choral and string studies at the university, will perform arias and art songs by Chausson, Bellini, Brahms, and others.

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Brass-Hoppers Trio to Perform Free Concert Jan. 17 at Florida Tech

The nationally renowned trio featuring trumpet, trombone and piano will bring its traditional classical music and jazz inspired arrangements of standards and popular tunes.

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Soprano Alice Lestang to Hold Final Florida Tech Concert April 19

The Paris Conservatory-trained singer will conclude her tenure as Florida Tech's Artist in Residence with the free public performance at 7 p.m. at Gleason Performing Arts Center.

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Artist in Residence Alice Lestang to Lecture, Sing at March Events

Lestang will present "Discovering Opera" on March 18 at Evans Library. On March 25, she will perform with pianist Romain Louveau at Gleason Performing Arts Center.

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Soprano Alice Lestang Named 2016 Paris Conservatory Artist in Residence

Lestang completed her master’s degree in 2015 at the prestigious Paris Conservatory. She is Florida Tech’s third Artist in Residence from Paris, following pianist Paul Anquez last year and percussionist Rémi Durupt in 2014.

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Christian Tamburr to Hold Final Concert of Florida Tech Residency Nov. 14

The internationally known vibraphonist and pianist, who was named Florida Tech’s Music Artist in Residence in January 2014, will lead his quartet and special guest vocalist Clint Holmes in the concert.

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