Around 30 DePauw University student musicians will travel to Washington, D.C. next month to perform on December 20th at the White House. School of Music Dean Mark McCoy says the four groups will play the entire day, which is “is particularly remarkable.” November 26, 2014

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GREENCASTLE, Ind. – The ensembles making the trip to the nation's capital include the DePauw Jazz Combo, DePauw Chamber Singers, Asbury String Quartet and DePauw Cello Ensemble. Each group will perform two hours of holiday music; the entire day of music will be provided by DePauw.

“The quality of our students and faculty is very well known throughout the country, and we are thrilled to receive this invitation,” says Mark McCoy, dean of the DePauw University School of Music. “Typically, guests are invited to give a short performance. That we have been invited to provide music for an entire day is particularly remarkable.”

The School of Music submitted digital recordings of their performances to the White House for consideration and were informed this week that they have been selected to provide music on December 20.

Founded in 1884, the DePauw University School of Music is one of the nation's oldest private institutions for post-secondary music instruction and the longest-running in Indiana.

Source: DePauw University

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