Meredith appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last week.
We’re happy to share that our Development Office, formerly known as Advancement, has a new leader. Tobey Fossey began her tenure as Chief Development Officer in August, and we are thrilled to be working with her. We had the opportunity to chat with Tobey in order to get to know her a little better.
Walnut Hill welcomed many new faculty and staff to our community during the past few months, including our new Director of Auxiliary Programs, Chris Ridolfi. Chris was kind enough to sit down with us this month to give us the inside scoop on what we can expect for the future of auxiliary programs.
Amelia was recently featured in a spotlight video on Charlotte Ballet's social media.
Does an arts high school graduate always end up on a "traditional" arts career path? Not necessarily... Learn from five Walnut Hill alumni how their arts training led them down different avenues of career success.
This month, we had the opportunity to chat with Wade Chien, a graduate of our Music Department who became an otolaryngology surgeon-scientist.
Congratulations to Walnut Hill alum, SiHyun Uhm ’16, who was chosen as one of five up-and-coming composers selected from a nationwide call for submissions for the Composer Lab and Workshop with the Nashville Symphony. This will culminate in a performance of her work by the Nashville Symphony on Wednesday, September 4 at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
On Sunday, February 3, the entire Walnut Hill community headed to New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall for the afternoon, where we enjoyed a live taping of NPR’s From the Top in celebration of Walnut Hill’s 125th Anniversary.
Wendy recently released her new visual album, PASIÓN.
Patty is currently appearing in a production of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner at Z Space in San Francisco. The show runs through October 12.
Amelia was recently featured in a spotlight video on Charlotte Ballet's social media. Check out the video here.
George's recording of Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No.1 and Liszt's Solo Piano Works will be released on October 18, 2019.