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Ph.D. candidate receives national Pedagogy award

Monday, March 15, 2010

Kathy Kessler Price (Ph.D. Candidate Music Education/Vocal Pedagogy) received a 2010 National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Voice Pedagogy Award, one of only two such awards presented this year. The NATS Foundation cited Ms. Price's "impressive" credentials as a singer, teacher, and researcher, and her study "Emma Seiler and Mathilde Marchesi: Nineteenth Century Women of Voice Science," slated for presentation at the NATS national convention in July and accepted for subsequent publication in the Journal of Singing.

 



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