Four Candidates for Director of Sunderman Conservatory to Present

Dr. Kay Hoke speaks at the Sunderman Conservatory's 10th Anniversary Symposium in 2016 (Photo courtesy of Gettysburg College)

Dr. Kay Hoke speaks at the Sunderman Conservatory’s 10th Anniversary Symposium in 2015 (Photo courtesy of Gettysburg College)

By Benjamin Pontz, Managing News Editor

According to an email sent to music majors and minors by Dr. Russell McCutcheon, Associate Director of the Sunderman Conservatory, four candidates to replace retiring Director of the Conservatory, Dr. Kay Hoke, will visit campus over the next two weeks. In addition to sessions reserved for students, each candidate will also participate in a forum open to the entire campus. The schedule is below:

Dr. Stan Pelkey (Florida State University)

  • Mon, Nov 27     9:00a – 9:30a    Teaching Demonstration, SCHM 214
  • Mon, Nov 27     3:00p – 4:00p    Open Forum (all campus), Penn Hall Lyceum 3rd floor

Dr. Douglas Bomberger (Elizabethtown College)

  • Wed, Nov 29     2:10p – 2:40p    Teaching Demonstration, SCHM 214
  • Wed, Nov 29     4:00p – 5:00p    Open Forum (all campus), Penn Hall Lyceum 3rd floor

Dr. James Day (The College of New Jersey)

  • Mon, Dec 4        3:30p – 4:00p    Teaching Demonstration, SCHM 214
  • Tues, Dec 5        3:00p – 4:00p    Open Forum (all campus), SCHM 214

Dr. Julia Mortyakova (Mississippi University for Women)

  • Wed, Dec 6        4:10p – 4:40p    Teaching Demonstration, Paul Recital Hall
  • Thurs, Dec 7      11:00a – 12:00p Open Forum (all campus), Penn Hall Lyceum
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Author: Benjamin Pontz

Benjamin Pontz '20 serves as managing news editor of The Gettysburgian, a position he has held since the middle of his first year. In four semesters, he has written more than 100 articles on topics ranging from student activism on campus to sports. Ben previously served as the event coverage and social media coordinator and led the paper's inaugural efforts using Facebook Live and live tweeting events on campus. Aside from The Gettysburgian, he is a peer research mentor in Musselman Library, a research assistant in the political science department, and drum major of the Bullets Marching Band. He is a political science and public policy double major with a minor in music, and he reads up to seven newspapers daily. Follow him on Twitter @benpontz.

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