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October 23, 2014, all day Jazz Festival
October 30, 2014, all day Jr. College Honor Band/Choir
December 4, 2014 Real Men Sing

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Claudio Re, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Music Director of Bands
Office Department of Music Presser Hall 213 Phone: 785-227-3380 ext. 8334
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Biography

Claudio Re, Ph.D., is an advocate for universal music literacy, believing that enduring relationships with music and other arts strengthens all relationships, personal as well as professional, and provides avenues for expression of the artistic self that is inherent in each of us. His strong beliefs about the enduring benefits of music’s relationship with the community come from his Italian heritage and long association with Italian community bands

Re received a diploma in trombone performance from the Luca Marenzio Conservatory in Brescia, Italy, a Master of Art in instrumental conducting from the University of Northern Iowa, where he studied with Dr. Ronald Johnson, and his doctorate in musicology from the University of Florida. He has previously served as visiting assistant professor of music at Kenyon College in Ohio.

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Claudio Re, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Music Director of Bands
Office Department of Music Presser Hall 213 Phone: 785-227-3380 ext. 8334
Photo of Claudio Re , Ph.D.

Biography

Claudio Re, Ph.D., is an advocate for universal music literacy, believing that enduring relationships with music and other arts strengthens all relationships, personal as well as professional, and provides avenues for expression of the artistic self that is inherent in each of us. His strong beliefs about the enduring benefits of music’s relationship with the community come from his Italian heritage and long association with Italian community bands

Re received a diploma in trombone performance from the Luca Marenzio Conservatory in Brescia, Italy, a Master of Art in instrumental conducting from the University of Northern Iowa, where he studied with Dr. Ronald Johnson, and his doctorate in musicology from the University of Florida. He has previously served as visiting assistant professor of music at Kenyon College in Ohio.

Claudio Re, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Music Director of Bands
Office Department of Music Presser Hall 213 Phone: 785-227-3380 ext. 8334
Photo of Claudio Re , Ph.D.

Biography

Claudio Re, Ph.D., is an advocate for universal music literacy, believing that enduring relationships with music and other arts strengthens all relationships, personal as well as professional, and provides avenues for expression of the artistic self that is inherent in each of us. His strong beliefs about the enduring benefits of music’s relationship with the community come from his Italian heritage and long association with Italian community bands

Re received a diploma in trombone performance from the Luca Marenzio Conservatory in Brescia, Italy, a Master of Art in instrumental conducting from the University of Northern Iowa, where he studied with Dr. Ronald Johnson, and his doctorate in musicology from the University of Florida. He has previously served as visiting assistant professor of music at Kenyon College in Ohio.

Majors

Music (B.A.)
Music Performance (B.M.)
Instrumental MusicTeaching Pre K-12 (B.M.E)
Vocal Music Teaching Pre K-12 (B.M.E)

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Music

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The Bethany College Department of Music has been accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) since 1935. Music has played a central role in the life of Bethany College since its foundation in 1881. Many world renowned artists have traveled to Lindsborg to perform and teach.

Bethany Oratorio Society boasts one of the longest running annual performances of Handel’s Messiah and has been featured on CBS Sunday Morning, National Public Radio, and PBS. This rich tradition of musical excellence remains strong and vibrant to this very day.

At Bethany, music is for everyone, and students majoring in the sciences and humanities regularly benefit from the wide array of musical ensembles available, just as Bethany music majors benefit from pursuing their specialized studies within the context of a liberal arts environment.

Bethany music students study with many different career goals in mind. They gain the knowledge and experience to carry them successfully through graduate study and/or careers.

 

Date & Time Event
November 1, 2014
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Student recital
Presser Hall
November 2, 2014
4:00 pm
Orchestra & Choir Concert
Presser Hall
November 9, 2014
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Organ Recital
Presser Hall
November 18, 2014
7:30 pm
Symphonic & Jazz Band Concert
Presser Hall
December 4, 2014
9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Real Men Sing
Presser Hall

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