“Music is the Dream”

Honors College student Caitlin Murray ’23 has a voice for song and a proficiency for numbers. The dual music and math major recently participated in Broadway World’s online “Next on Stage” national online competition where she progressed to the second round of performers with the song “Don’t Lose Ur Head” from the musical Six.

Even though Murray, a resident of Broadalbin, NY did not make it to the competition’s finals, the experience gave her a big boost in confidence. “I feel like I was seen, and it was very rewarding.”

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MEISA Expands Industry Conference

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Collegium Celebrates Golden Anniversary

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RSVP to “The Marriage of Figaro”

The Marriage of Figaro, Mozart’s comic opera about love and fidelity in four acts, will be performed by Hofstra Opera Theater at the University’s...

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