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Good to know: Talented Saint Rose musicians score solo turn in concerto competition

  Gabriel Pellino, a Saint Rose music student who has played the cello since age 9, spent a year practicing the first movement of Schumann’s Cello Concerto in A Minor to prepare for the College’s annual concerto competition. To do well, Pellino needed, of course, to master the notes and he needed to capture the brooding quality of the 12-minute…

Greetings from Post-Graduate Life!

HELLO SAINT ROSE BLOG! I know you’ve missed me! 🙂 If you do not know who I am or remember who I am, check out my blog page and read some of my past work. Up until May 2014, I was an avid blogger who loved to do nothing more but to write about music, this College, and my dreams…

Music Auditions!

It’s that time of year again – time for prospective Music Majors at The College of Saint Rose to come to the Massry Center for the Arts and audition to be in the music program! The degrees that these students audition for are the Bachelor of Arts in Music, the Bachelor of Science in Music Education, and the Bachelor or…

Student Teaching from the Student’s POV – Is the edTPA Effective?

Hello, everyone, and welcome to another installment of Student Teaching from the Student’s POV! Instead of me ranting about my experiences via video (which I know you’re all going to miss), I’ve decided to write down my personal thoughts about the thing that is plaguing all education majors in New York State and beyond – The edTPA.  Half of you reading this…

Apply Yourself – Apply to Saint Rose’s Graduate Program!

Well, it’s that time of year again! Time for seniors at colleges like The College of Saint Rose and beyond to sit down and start thinking about the future. Scary, right? If your immediate future is similar to mine, then you’re probably going to try to go to a Graduate School to receive a Masters Degree in something either in your…