The project, funded by a Faith Gabelnick grant, concluded with a joint concert on April 24.
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Computer science and music offer the best of both worlds.
Licensure will help grow profession, expand access to care, says Pacific University Director of Music Therapy Chris Korb.
A musician, former television news writer and current doctoral psychology graduate student in Pacific University’s School of Professional Psychology, Anna Antonia Giedwoyn, ’13 has also put together a children’s musical CD called Goldfish Don't Eat Pizza. She performed at Posh Baby in Portland last February.
Assistant Professor of Music Education and Director & Master Teacher of the String Project, Dijana Ihas, accepted to three-year research seminar.
Amber Patton '14 finds new talent, new perspectives while studying abroad in Ireland.
Pacific University's Strings Music Project, under the direction of assistant professor Dijana Ihas, continues to grow. Ihas, director and master teacher, has received a grant from the National String Project Consortium to further develop the highly successful program that provides string music instruction to local elementary and middle school children. The first installment of the grant is $24,650.
“From the time I was in junior high, I always knew I wanted to teach,” says Michael Burch-Pesses, Pacific’s director of bands. Now, a few decades and many musical milestones later, he’s still living his dream.
Lilly Huyne '12 is an education and learning major, plus a member of the Pacific Philharmonic Orchestra, Education Club and Speech Team.