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Published on March 27th, 2014 | by NIU Today

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NIU School of Music Graciela Núñez returns as special guest artist

The NIU Steelband, under the direction of Liam Teague and Cliff Alexis, will presents its spring 2014 concert at 3 p.m. Sunday April 13, in the Boutell Memorial Concert Hall of the NIU Music Building. The event will commemorate the ensemble’s 40th year of existence and will be a celebration of the past, present and future.

Panamanian violinist and NIU alumna Graciela “Chelín” Núñez, one of Panama City’s most active performers, is the special guest artist. Núñez began violin studies in Panama City, under the tutelage of distinguished Panamanian teachers, and earned her bachelor’s degree in music in violin performance at the University of Kansas, graduating with honors in 1996.

She subsequently earned a Masters of Music in violin performance and pedagogy in 2006 from NIU, thanks to a prestigious Fulbright scholarship awarded by Harvard University, and is currently the principal second violin in the Panama National Symphony Orchestra.

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