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SFCM's New Technology And Applied Composition ProgramOctober 22, 2014
 San Francisco Conservatory of Music (SFCM) has launched a new Technology and Applied Composition program, an undergraduate degree offering a curriculum integrating compositional craft with music technology. It aims to prepare composers in the fields of concert music, sound design and film and game scoring.
Music Available For Free Download From "Ulysses S. Grant In China" PlayOctober 15, 2014
 "Ulysses S. Grant In China," a new play written by Tom Durwood, an English Composition professor from Valley Forge Millitary College, is a fictionalized account that follows the adventures of a group of young musicians who are chosen to play for the visiting dignitaries.
USF-PAMA Conference: Caring for Artists & Arts that HealSeptember 26, 2014
e second USF (University of South Florida)-PAMA (Performing Arts Medicine Association) Conference will take place February 27-March 1, 2015, in Tampa, Florida, on the campus of USF. The conference will focus on performing arts medicine as well as embracing the influence of arts in society as healing agents and a means to open the minds and hearts of all.
New Book “88+ Ways Music Can Change Your Life” SubmissionsSeptember 18, 2014
 The author of an upcoming book “88+ Ways Music Can Change Your Life” is looking for submissions on how music has been important in people's lives. If you have an original quote, anecdote or story you would like to share, please send them to MusicStories@LoveSongs.com.
Berklee City Music Network ConferenceSeptember 5, 2014
 The annual Berklee City Music Network Conference will take place November 2-5, 2014, in Los Angeles, California. The Berkley City Music Network is a music education initiative run out of Berklee College of Music that currently reaches more than 27,000 students at 47 partner sites throughout North America.