This week's featured #MPSOMalumni is Meredith Hamons (B.S. Music Therapy, 2007). Click through to find out about some of the great things she has done since graduation! Duquesne University Alumni Association
Associate Professor of Music Technology, Lynn Emberg Purse, will have a world premiere performance of her new work, Watershed, performed by the Duquesne Symphony Orchestra with cellist, Adam Liu on February 20, 2018. Read more about Watershed on this month's #FacultyFridays page.
Jacob Temple (M.M. 2015; B.M.,2013) is currently serving as the Assistant Music Minister at St. Bridget Catholic Church in Richmond, VA. #MPSOMalumni
Thanks to everyone who showed their support to the Mary Pappert School of Music! Together, we not only secured both challenge gifts, but we raised more than double last year's amount, for a total of $6,915! THANK YOU!
We did it! Thanks to every one of our donors that helped us unlock both of our challenge gifts! If you haven't yet had an opportunity to donate, you can still contribute! The #DuqDayofGiving ends at midnight. http://ow.ly/zFMm30iaFHk
There's still time to become a #DuqDayofGiving donor! http://ow.ly/OQbf30iaEKW
We’ve got 40 of our 50 donors. Will you be one of the next 10?
Noah Potvin, Assistant Professor of Music Therapy, was recently featuring in a local NPR article about music therapy in a children's hospital setting. Read more below. #TherapyThursdays