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    Victoria Brodeur singing

2023 Scholarship Donor Luncheon

 Ian SchwalbeOn Sunday, December 3 we held our annual Scholarship Donor Luncheon bringing together our generous donors with their scholarship recipients, affording the students an opportunity to personally thank donors while getting to know one another.

Ian Schwalbe, a senior composition major and the recipient of the John Lawrence McElyea.  Rick and Rory Ackerman with their scholarship recipient Nick Guzman Scholarship, was our featured speaker while William J. Moody Scholarship recipient and first year masters student Victoria Brodeur sang a delightful piece from The Light in the Piazza with her accompanist Sharon Yi-Hsuan Wu. 

We are grateful for our donors and their generous support and investment in our students. They help us keep the music playing. 

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About the School of Music

The University of South Carolina School of Music believes music is an essential component of the human experience. Our mission is to prepare our students to be skilled music leaders to ensure that they advance the quality of life in their communities by helping to make others happier, healthier, more hopeful and more fulfilled through the power of music. We do this not only by advancing musical instruction at the highest level for students' professional preparation, but also by leveraging the actual daily work done by students and faculty in the teaching and learning of music to unlock music’s unlimited potential to improve lives throughout the Midlands and beyond.

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