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A Musical Life

In 1991, Frederic Bednarz was studying violin at a Canadian high school in Montreal when his violin teacher told him about a new music school that was being started in Boca Raton Florida – 1,612 miles away.  >> Read more

Conservatory Alum Wins Violin Chair

The Amernet String Quartet, Ensemble-in-Residence at Florida International University, is delighted to announce the appointment of Franz Felkl as Interim 2nd Violinist for the 2016-2017 season.  >> Read more

2016 George Mason University Summer Clarinet Academy

From July 25th-29th, 2016, fifteen talented young clarinetists attended the first George Mason University Summer Clarinet Academy in Fairfax, Virginia, directed by Catina Franklin Sweedy with Buffet Artist and George Mason University clarinet professor Kathleen Mulcahy and teaching assistant Nick Thompson. >> Read more

Lynn Pianists Sweep FSMTA Competitive Events

Conservatory piano students, Jiaxian Li & Matthew Calderon, won the Byrd Memorial Piano Ensemble Competition with their piano duo and Matthew Calderon won the Gray Perry Young Collegiate Piano Award as a soloist. >> Read more


José Menor at Carnegie Hall

José Menor received a standing ovation for his Granados’ 100th Anniversary concert at Carnegie Hall's Weill Hall, on 24th March 2016.  >> Read more

The Trumpeter: Peter Pirotte

At ten years old, Peter Pirotte ‘12 was struck by music. “I caught the classical music bug when I was pretty young. >> Read more

Pianist ranked third

Pianist Alfonso "Poncho" Hernandez performed last week at the Concurso de Piano Maria Clara Cullell, held in San Jose, Costa Rica from Oct. 26-30. >> Read more

Pianist Calderon Wins MTNA-Florida Competition

Conservatory pianist Matthew Calderon (BM, sophomore) won the MTNA-Florida Senior Piano Competition on Oct. 25, held in Fort Meyers. >> Read more

2015 Lynn Concerto Competition Winners Announced

Four Conservatory students were declared winners of the 2015 LYNN Concerto Competition, which was held Oct. 9-11 in the Amarnick-Goldstein Concert Hall. >> Read more

Miguel Sonnak uses Crowdfunding

Two Aspen Music Festival students have launched a crowdfunding website to help fellow string players with the cost of travelling to US orchestral auditions. >> Read more


Summer Festivals

Roberta Rust, piano artist faculty in the Conservatory of Music, gave master classes and taught at two festivals in Florida this summer >> Read more

Where talent meets inspiration, the results are extraordinary

The Friends of the Conservatory of Music afternoon concerts showcase some of the most talented student-musicians in the world. >> Read more

Spotlight on Lilliana Marrero-Solis

After completing her Bachelor in Violin Performance at the Puerto Rico Music Conservatory, Lilliana Marrero Solís began to pursue her Master Degree in Performance at Lynn University under the guidance of violinist and conductor Guillermo Figueroa. >> Read more


Lynn Pianist Kosminov Prize-Winner in Gershwin Competition

Pianist Vladislav Kosminov was a prize-winner in the G. Gershwin International Music Competition this past weekend. >> Read more


Pianist JONATHAN COO (Conservatory alumnus '96) returned to Florida this month for a concert tour that included lecture-recitals on French Keyboard Music at the New World School of the Arts, the Miami Music Teachers  Association, and Florida Atlantic University. >> Read more

Music Library

The music library has a new look. >> Read more


Pianist Chance Israel Wins South Florida Young Artist Solo Competition

Chance Israel, a pianist in his junior year at LYNN, won first prize in the South Florida Young Artist Solo Competition. >> Read more


Talent matches passion

Not only is Gareth Johnson '09 an alumnus of Lynn University and Sphinx, an internationally renowned competition, but is a successful business man. >> Read more

Find Your Tool

Dr. Daniel Andai '05, a prized dean at the New World School of the Arts, internationally profound performer, and a leading concertmaster, are just a few of the titles he upholds.  >> Read more


Pianists Vladislav Kosminov and Heqing Huang both appeared as soloists with  symphony orchestras in California during the J-Term period. >> Read more

Library Borrowing Privileges offered to Friends Donors

The Lynn University library is extending borrowing privileges to conservatory of music donors who make a gift during the current fiscal year.  >> Read more

Marci Shatzman profiles Gingerbread Holiday Concert

Marci Shatzman profiles Gingerbread Holiday Concert in a recent Sun-Sentinel article.  >> Read more

2014 Lynn Concerto Competition Results

Six Conservatory students (flutists Alla Sorokoletova and Anastasia Tonina, violinist Vijeta Sathyaraj, cellist Trace Johnson, and pianists Munkhshur Enkhbold and Chen Liang) will appear as soloists with the Lynn Philharmonia in the Wold Performing Arts Center on Nov. 15 at 7:30 pm and Nov. 16 at 4 pm. with Maestro Figueroa conducting. >> Read more

Conservatory Students at Artober

Students of the Lynn University Conservatory of Music brass department entertained crowds as part of the October 9 Artober events in Delray Beach. >>Read More

Lynn University Philharmonia concert debut

Greg Stepanich shares his impressions of the Philharmonia’s first concert performance for 2014-15. >>Read more

Lyric Chamber Music Society

Lynn student, Anna Tsukervanik will perform at the New York City Lyric Chamber Music Society on March 17, 2015.  >> Read More

2014 Summer Strings Camp

The 2014 Summer Strings Camp was held the week of June 16 and included five days of music instruction provided by Conservatory of Music students and a concert. >>Read More

Joseph Robinson interviewed on WDAV

Portrait of Joe RobinsonJoseph Robinson, artist faculty-oboe, was interviewed on WDAV. The interview chronicles Joe’s illustrious career with the New York Philharmonic and his other pursuits. The interview aired June 20 and be heard on the WDAV web site.

Alumnus featured in Jamacian newspaper

Karl Van RichardsLynn University Conservatory of Music alumus Karl Van Richards, '06, was featured in a recent article within The Gleaner, a Jamaican daily newspaper. >>Read more

Jovianney Emmanuel Cruz performed at Lynn University summer concert

Jovianney Emmanuel CruzMore than 200 people were entertained by a world renowned pianist Jovianney Emmanuel Cruz at Lynn University's Amarnick-Goldstein Concert Hall, where he held a master class on Friday, June 20, and a benefit concert on Sunday, June 22.
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Brumbaugh takes second place in National Woodwinds Competition

Anna Maria Brumbaugh, student of the Lynn Conservatory of music, took second place in the National Society of Arts and Letters 2014 National Woodwinds Competition. >>Read more

Gitner Award Recognizes Carol Cole

This year’s 2014 Deanne and Gerry Gitner and Family Excellence in Teaching Award recognized Carol Cole.
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With Love from Lynn

Lynn University’s Conservatory of Music partnered with Boca Raton Regional Hospital’s Lynn Cancer Institute to present three 1-hour recitals for patients this year. 
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Marilyn Swillinger’s Community Service Honored

Marilyn Swillinger was recently honored for her outstanding community service by Neiman Marcus during an extravagant luncheon and fashion show.
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Piano student nabs first prize in Sarasota competition

Heqing Huang, a junior in the Conservatory of Music’s piano studio of Roberta Rust, won the first prize... >>Read more

Pianist Chkhikvadze joins Palm Beach State College faculty

Conservatory piano student, Giorgi Chkhikvadze, will join the music  faculty at Palm Beach State College this fall.  >>Read more

Sylvia Kim Kilcullen ’05 named assistant principal second violin of Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra announce the appointment of Sylvia Kim Kilcullen as its new assistant principal second violin, effective immediately. >>Read more

Chance Israel Shines in Chopin Foundation Concert

17-year-old pianist Chance Israel delivered an inspired performance of Chopin's Grand Polonaise, op. 22, in the "Young Pianists Concert" ... >>Read more


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