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U.S. Navy Band headed to CSU this month

The United States Navy Band will be making a stop at Charleston Southern University on Thursday, Feb. 27 as part of the band’s 2020 tour. The performing ensembles will be the Concert Band, Sea Chanters chorus and Cruisers popular music group. The band, with its combined ensembles, performs in many styles ranging from traditional wind band […]

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Week-long seminar a resource to all musicians

The Horton School of Music at Charleston Southern along with the Charleston Jazz Academy hosted an eight-day seminar on musician’s health and safety that concluded on Tuesday, February 4. The free annual event focused on issues facing musicians of all levels with regard to physical, mental, and emotional health and safety demands. Attendees spanned the musical field: professional […]

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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Soohyun Yun

Dr. Soohyun Yun performed at the Piano Texas International Festival in summer 2019, including three concerts and three public master classes. Yun won the concerto competition and performed Schumann Piano Concerto with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra under the baton of maestro Miguel Harth-Bedoya. She also performed in the Ilshin Art Hall in Seoul, Korea […]

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Gorsky practices music therapy abroad

Melinda Gorsky’s study abroad trip to Jamaica this summer included working in Jamaican schools, care centers, orphanages and hospitals and living and studying in rural Jamaica. Gorsky, a music therapy major, learned of the program through CSU’s director of music therapy, Dr. Jennifer Whipple. She applied and was accepted to the Jamaica Field Service Project, […]

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Faculty and students engage in research projects

As we look toward the start of a new academic year, it’s a great time to recognize some of the research projects Charleston Southern professors are conducting. Undergraduate students enjoy the opportunity to interact with professors in completing research projects. Here are some of the highlights: Ricard Bordas, assistant professor of music Professor Bordas serves […]

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Visiting professor works with Horton School of Music

The Horton School of Music hosted a guest lecturer/conductor recently who also was the guest conductor during the Inauguration Concert Oct. 28. Dr. Noel Tredinnick, professor of conducting and academic studies at London’s Guildhall School of Music & Drama, and organist, conductor and director of music at All Souls Church, also served as a delegate […]

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Music and photography students combine faith and learning abroad

In July 2018, 47 people—seven photography students, 31 CSU musicians, six community members and three professors—traveled to Europe as part of a Charleston Southern University study abroad program. Over the course of 18 days, the participants made their way through Switzerland, Austria and Germany to explore new cultures and apply insights to their craft. CSU […]

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Faculty, staff and students featured at Piccolo Spoleto Festival 2018

The Piccolo Spoleto Festival features many of CSU’s finest in a variety of events each year.  Several faculty members were part of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra for the popular Sunset Serenade Concert on the steps of the Custom House on Friday, May 25. This concert also featured the Lowcountry Voices choir directed by CSU alumnus Nathan L. […]

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