Polk Perspective: ‘Sinfonia’ tells stories of veterans, and us

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Originally written by Donnie Edwards and published by the Ledger Media Group. Visit the Ledger.com to view the original article. Our society’s focus is increasingly on national and international culture — the “large-scale.” Social…

"Music as Storytelling" Workshop with Joseph DeBeasi

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Composer and conductor, Joseph S. DeBeasi, will be giving a free workshop on storytelling through music at Harrison School for the Arts in Lakeland, Florida on Friday, November 9 from 9:30 a.m. -11:30 a.m. This workshop, entitled,…

CAM Announces the Iceland Study Abroad Opportunity

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The College of Arts & Media is pleased to announce the addition of a new study abroad opportunity for Southeastern University students. During the summer of 2019, students will have the ability to participate in the Iceland Cultural Intensive.…

Community Spotlight: Colonel Gary Clark

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Colonel Gary Clark is pictured on the left. ______________ Colonel Gary Clark retired from the United States Air Force (USAF) after 26 years of active duty. Colonel Clark began his career of service during the Vietnam War in the 56th Special…

CAM Welcomes Poet and Activist Odilia Galván Rodríguez

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The Department of Humanities within the College of Arts & Media at Southeastern University is proud to announce The Power of Poetry: An Evening with Odilia Galván Rodríguez. Raised in Chicago, Galván Rodríguez now resides in Texas…

Faculty Spotlight: Brian Blume, M.M.

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Professor Brian Blume joined the CAM community in 2013. A percussionist, composer, and educator, he has served as a percussionist with a variety of organizations, including the Taute Symphony Orchestra and the Lafayette Symphony. In 2012, he…

Sinfonia Honors Military Families on Veterans' Day

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In serving our country, the lives of our service members and their families are forever changed. Sinfonia: Connecting the Arts & Community is a memorable concert designed to tell the stories of Central Florida veterans and their families…