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COFA clarinet choir

Clarinet Choir Invited to International Conference

The new TCU Clarinet Choir received its first invitation to perform at the International Clarinet Association’s ClarinetFest 2022. It is the pr...

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In Design Service Learning, the Words are Equal

Jan Ballard emphasizes both words in service learning. The design instructor wants to see students serving the community, but also puts emphasis on th...

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Fort Worth Star-Telegram features Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram recently previewed the Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU, which opens for the first public performance on Friday, April 8. ...

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Jessica-Humphrey

Professional Seminar Course Prepares Artists Financially

The two sure things in life are death and taxes, the adage goes. But taxes aren’t always created equal. They are known to be particularly difficult ...

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TCU Magazine On Stage: Not Feeling Well

Theatre TCU performed the play I, Sick, written by Leroy Hood ’16, as part of its Studio Theatre series in September. Satirical and comedic, I, S...

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TCU Magazine: A Stronger Voice

Hitting the correct notes is paramount, but an accurate rendition of do-re-mi-fa-so-la-ti-do is not a perfect indicator of a singer’s vocal health. ...

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Amy Hardison Tully, DMA

TCU Announces Inaugural Teresa Ann Carter King Dean of the College of Fine Arts

Following a national search, Amy Hardison Tully, DMA, was named Teresa Ann Carter King Dean of the College of Fine Arts. Tully will be the inaugural ...

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10 Things to Know About the TCU Music Center and Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU

The TCU Music Center is an invaluable new asset to the School of Music. In addition to housing the world-class Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU (VCCH a...

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