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Music history and theory grads reunite in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
This past November a number of Laurier grads, joined by faculty members Kirsten Yri and Kevin Swinden, reunited over lunch during the 2014 Annual General Meeting and Workshop for the American Musicological Society and Society for Music Theory in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Gillian Robertson: BMus '09, PhD Theory candidate, FSU
Vivian Luong: BMus '10, PhD Theory student, Michigan
Sarah Gates: BMus '11, MA Music Theory student, McGill
Christopher Antila: BMus '11, MA Music Theory graduate, McGill
Dawn Stevenson: BMus '11
Brian Locke: BMus '95, PhD Musicology, Stoneybrook
Brownyn Blakley: BMus '14
Kaleb Koslowski: BMus '13, MMus Musicology student, Toronto
Debra Lacoste: BMus '92, PhD Musicology, Western, CAS
Brad Spiers: BMus '12, PhD Musicology student, Chicago