Recent Faculty/Students Achievements
- CF Concert Choir sang Mozart’s Regine Coeli in December and teamed with DBCC (Daytona Beach Concert Choir) and SCC (Seminole Concert Choir) for Faure’s Requiem in April.
- Variations presented “Ain’t Misbehavin’” and an original show, “Younger Than Springtime.”
- Hosted a lecture by Andrea Snyder of Dance/USA and Jon Palmer Claridge of Arlington County Cultural Affairs.
- Presented a series of master classes by professional performances and educators.
- Presented a performance by Orlando Ballet II.
- For the second year in a row, the Patriot Blues (jazz ensemble) was asked to open for Lee Greenwood at Silver Springs Attraction. The estimated audience was about 12,000.
- Also for the second year in row, the Jazz Combo performed in support of Taste of Citrus, Chiefland Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet, H.S. Student Visitation Days, and AFC Chapter Officer's Installation.
- For the third year in a row, the Jazz Combo performed in support of CF's Citrus Campus open house.
- For the fourth year in a row, the Patriot Blues performed for packed houses in their Spring Jazz At The Webber event with guest the Dan McMillion Jazz Orchestra.
- Dr. Satterfield was nominated Musicology Representative for the Executive Board of the College Music Society.
- Dr. Satterfield attended the CMS Regional Conference in New Orleans, serving as a session chair, and the CMS Inaugural Summit on Music Entrepreneurship Education in Nashville, serving as a panelist for Oxford University Press.
- Dr. Satterfield presented a lecture on the historical and cultural roots of American gospel music in conjunction with the film series screening of Someone Say Amen.
- Dr. Satterfield presented a recital of Baroque chamber music with violinist Oleg Proskuryna, concertmaster of the Ocala Symphony Orchestra, and harpsichordist Max Yount.
- Dr. Satterfield organized a flute choir gala concert featuring Shaul Ben-Meir, nationally recognized clinician and recording artist, as guest conductor.
- CF graduate Rachel Brannan has been awarded a graduate assistantship in flute.
- CF graduate Alison Konicek has been accepted into the ethnomusicology program at North Texas, where she serves also as a teaching assistant.
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