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TNUA School of Music signs MOU with School of Music at University of Tennessee

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Poster:Secretariat OfficePost date:2018-06-10
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The TNUA School of Music has signed a memorandum of understanding with the School of Music at the University of Tennessee (UT) for cooperation.
 
The two schools will increase their interactions with plans for exchanging students and teachers, staging performances, and arranging exhibitions.
 
The MOU was signed during a ceremony held on May 22 by TNUA Vice President Prof. Chia-Yi Lee and Prof. Jeffrey Pappas, director of the UT School of Music, on behalf of their respective schools.
 
The signing was witnessed by Prof. Wen-Yea Lu, chairperson of the TNUA Department of Music, Prof. Mei-Ling Wang and others.
 
Earlier, Prof. Pappas, who specializes in choral conducting, visited the Department of Music, chatting with its choir and taking a look of its facilities.  
UT was established in 1794. The cooperation between the two universities was the result of efforts by UT Prof. Chih-Long Hu, who received an outstanding alumnus award from TNUA in 2007. Prof. Hu, who obtained a master’s degree from the TNUA Department of Music, now Sandra G. Powell Endowed Professor of Piano at the UT School of Music.
 
Prof. Hu and his colleague from UT, Prof. Miroslav Hristov, gave master classes on piano and cello, respectively, on May 29.
 
Caption: TNUA Vice President Prof. Chia-Yi Lee (right) and Prof. Jeffrey Pappas (left), director of the UT School of Music, sign an MOU for cooperation between the two schools.
 
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