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TWU produces Wind Symphony's first CD
Walking on Shattered Glass is the first recording by the Texas Woman's University Wind Symphony, and the eight works on the nine-track CD are a rarity: a compilation of the works of all women composers. The CD contains eight recordings made in a studio environment in the Margo Jones Performance Hall and one live performance.
TWU's Grief Choir begins its healing work
Assistant professor of music Lauren DiMaio is bringing to TWU grief choir, a concept in which she did pioneering work and that employs music therapy to help those mourning the loss of a loved one.
Art and design take center stage at Circle of Light
Holiday festivals on the Texas Woman's University campus have gone through a few incarnations and themes over the years, but this year's Circle of Light is a celebration of art and design.
Holiday festival returns to TWU
After a three-year pandemic-related hiatus, a holiday celebration returns to the Texas Woman's University's campus on Dec. 6, 2022. The five divisions of TWU's School of Arts & Design – dance, fashion, music, theatre, and visual arts – are joining forces to create the Circle of Light, an art-themed festival in and around Pioneer Circle between the Visual Arts Building and the Music Building. The Circle of Light will begin at 6 p.m. and is open to the public.
Slovenian composer to address TWU grad students
The Texas Woman's University division of music will host Slovenian composer Dušan Bavdek as a guest lecturer Oct. 24-25.
Bavdek is professor of composition and vice dean for international affairs at the University of Ljubljana Academy of Music. At TWU, he will present the lecture "Pedagogical Aspects of the Operatic Tale, The Lord and the Pears" to the graduate music pedagogy cohort, and will present a lecture about the music education system in Slovenia for music education graduate students.
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