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HS Musicians from US and Canada Gather for 'Vocal Arts at DePauw 2003'

June 12, 2003

June 12, 2003, Greencastle, Ind. - The third annual DePauw University School of Music "Vocal Arts at DePauw 2003," a performance workshop for high school students, is being held on campus this week. Forty participants from the United States and Canada are enrolled in the program, which is organized by Caroline Bradley Smith, coordinator of vocal studies at DePauw, and led by faculty members in the School of Music. Students participating in the program will attend private voice lessons; coaching sessions with an accompanist; classes in acting, movement, musical theatre staging, and music theory, and improvisation, as well as participating in mock auditions and listening to recital performances by DePauw faculty members and current vocal students.

The week's activities will culminate with a final concert, Saturday, June 14, at 10 a.m. in Thompson Recital Hall, which is free and open to the public. All workshop registrants will perform, and there will be a reception for participants and their guests following the performance.

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