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Conductor Conversation: Simon Halsey

Simon Halsey joins Joe Miller to reflect on choral conducting, choral teaching and choral music’s relevance in today’s world.

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Chemistry 2012-2013

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Project SEED 2013

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Conductor Conversation: Westminster Choir Tour 2014

Maestro Joe Miller and David Osenberg, from WWFM The Classical Network, preview the Westminster Choir's 2014 tour program.

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Marion Buckelew Cullen Center and Hillman Performance Hall Construction

Images of the construction of the Marion Buckelew Cullen Center and Hillman Performance Hall.

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Composer Conversation: Daniel Elder

Composer Daniel Elder and Westminster Choir conductor Joe Miller explore the music featured in the Westminster Choir’s new recording - The Heart’s Reflection: Music of Daniel Elder – to be released in October 2013.

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John Sears: Contrast

Works included in the Rider University Art Gallery exhibit John Sears: Contrast September 19 - October 13, 2013.

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Accounting Hall of Fame 2012

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Team Leadership Challenge

2013 Team Leadership Challenge

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Senior Honors Thesis Art Exhibit

Featuring works by Rider seniors Hira Ansari, Sarah Dillon, Kristen Streeter, Johnie Williams

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Cheerleaders Win National Competition

Rider University Cheerleaders named Grand Champions at the American Cheer and Dance Reach the Beach All Star & College National Championship for the second year in a row.

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Spring 2013 Service Trip to Boston

As part of the Bonner Community Scholar program, 20 students served together in service throughout the Boston area during spring break.

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Sneak Preview: In Your Light

Preview of a "In Your Light," a track from the Westminster Choir's new recording, The Heart's Reflection, Music of Daniel Elder, which will be released in September.

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Rider Studio Class Student Work

Student work in studio courses taught by Professor Deborah Rosenthal: Drawing and Painting the Figure and Drawing at the Museum.

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Career Conversation: Advice for Young Singers

Susan Shiplett Ashbaker, former director of artistic and music administration at the Opera Company of Philadelphia, discusses career planning and audition preparation with Kiera Duffy ’01, MM’03 and Dísella Làrusdóttir MM’05, finalists in 2007 Metropolitan Opera Council’s National Auditions, and Laura Brooks Rice, their teacher and a member of Westminster’s voice faculty.

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Art Gallery Installation

Rider University students and Gallery Director Harry I. Naar install Joan Needham's exhibit

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Students Help Rebuild Jersey Shore

More than 50 members of the Rider Bonner Community Scholars Program lent a hand at Union Beach, Ortley Beach, and Brigantine Beach on January 26.

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Milvian Prieto ’15 Studies Abroad in Spain

From describing her courses at the Universitat Autonoma De Barcelona to sharing the beauty of the city’s Gothic architecture, Milvian Prieto ’15 expresses her passion for the Spanish culture and desire to master the language.

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International Study Tour to China

Dr. Shunzhu Wang, associate professor of Chinese, and Dr. James Castagnera, associate provost and associate counsel for Academic Affairs, led tours to Beijing, Xian, and Shanghai as part of IND-210 Global Encounters in China.

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Celebration of Lights 2012

The Rider University community celebrated the season’s diverse holiday traditions during its annual Celebration of Lights on December 6 in Bart Luedeke Center Cavalla Room.

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Broncs Assist Those in Need

Men's basketball delivered turkeys and served lunch at the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen on November 15.

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Breakfast with the Broncs

The sun rose on a raucous Alumni Gym “White Out,” where the Broncs Zoo came alive to cheer the men’s basketball team in an early-morning battle with Stony Brook on November 13.

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Conductor Conversation: Joe Miller Previews the Westminster Choir's 2013 Tour

Westminster Choir conductor joins WWFM The Classical Network host David Osenberg to discuss the repertoire and themes for the Westminster Choir's 2013 tour program.

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Chemistry 2011-2012

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Project SEED & ACS 2012

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Midnight MAACness 2012

This year’s theme, “Bronc the Vote,” played on the excitement of the current presidential campaign and encouraged the sold-out audience of students to vote in this year’s elections on November 6.

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Conductor Conversation: André J. Thomas

Conductor and composer André J. Thomas joins Westminster Choir Conductor Joe Miller to reflect on his career, his commitment to education and music from the African American experience.

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New Student Day of Service 2012

The New Student Day of Service was held on September 8. This year, 92 students participated.

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Cranberry Fest 2012

Good food and fun, sprinkled with a bit of history, made for a festive Cranberry Fest on September 13.

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Blue Crab Research

As part of a paid summer internship, four students worked alongside Dr. Paul Jivoff, associate professor of Biology and Behavioral Neuroscience, to examine the population and migration of blue crabs in the Barnegat Bay.

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New Student Move-In 2012

New Rider students checking into their residence halls get a valuable hand from their Bronc Buddies on Move-In Day.

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M.A. Business Communication

Rider’s new 33-credit M.A. in Business Communication focuses on the application of communication skills within a business context. Students will learn to better understand and leverage communication strategies to achieve organizational goals. The program will introduce students to best practices in business communication, and engage them in “real life” current issues and scenarios faced by professionals on the job.

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EMBA International Seminar Highlights

Each year the EMBA class travels to an emerging area of the world to explore issues associated with doing business internationally. This year, the EMBA Class of 2013 traveled to Chile and Argentina in May and June as part of their International Seminar requirements.

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Costa Rica Community Service Trip 2012

Eight students and recent graduates, and two staff members from Rider, participated in service projects in two villages outside of San Jose, Costa Rica, from May 14 to May 22.

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Go Game 2012

After a popular and successful debut last year, the Accounting Society decided to bring back “The Go Game” to the Lawrenceville campus in April. Based in San Francisco, “The Go Game” offers companies like Facebook and Google technology-fueled games and scavenger hunts to increase team building among employees.

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Conductor Conversation: Charlene Archibeque

Conductor Charlene Archibeque joins Westminster's Director of Choral Activities to discuss her career and approach repertoire selection and performance practice.

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Westminster Choir College Commencement 2011

Two brief video clips from Westminster's 2011 Commencement.

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Luncheon Links Scholarship Recipients to Benefactors

More than 50 student recipients of Rider scholarships were able to meet their benefactors and express their gratitude during the annual Scholarship and Stewardship Luncheon on April 5 in the Bart Luedeke Center Cavalla Room.

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Composer Conversation: Tarik O'Regan

Composer Tarik O'Regan discusses a new arrangement of Triptych for the women of the Westminster Symphonic Choir and his other work.

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The Producers: Behind the Scenes

Rider Theater prepares for its production of the Broadway hit April 18 - 21.

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2012 IRS Adrian Project

Rider University hosted the Internal Revenue Service’s Adrian Project Student Fraud Conference, a day-long mock criminal investigation, on March 23, on the Lawrenceville campus.

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2012 International Study Tours

In addition to the various study abroad opportunities offered by the Center for International Education, Rider’s colleges and departments offered a number of short-term international study tours throughout Europe, Asia and the Caribbean during the winter and spring breaks.

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Rider's 5-Star Business Program

A 5-star rating is universally recognized as one that’s superior and exceptional in quality. Rider’s 5-Star Business Program focuses on achieving exceptional quality for you.

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Boston Service Trip 2012

As part of the Rider Bonner Community Scholars program, 20 students engaged in service projects in Boston during spring break.

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Autism Walks 2011

Education majors at Rider work to promote autism understanding well beyond the classroom. This fall, they turned out in force to raise money for research, while promoting awareness, at the Central New Jersey Walk Now for Autism Speaks in West Windsor, N.J.

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Conductor Conversation: Joe Miller previews the Westminster Choir's 2012 Tour

Maestro Joe Miller previews the Westminster Choir's 2012 concert tour of the South.

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Passport to the World

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Judy Shepard Talk

Activist speaker Judy Shepard presenting the keynote address during the Rider University Unity Days.

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Communities of Light

This year, Womanspace selected Rider President Mordechai Rozanski as its honorary chair for its annual Communities of Light, where individuals light luminarias in order to raise awareness of domestic violence and sexual assault.

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Midnight MAACness 2011

Midnight MAACness festivities included performances by the cheerleaders and dance team, introduction of the men’s and women’s basketball teams and much more.

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Conductor Conversation: Joseph Flummerfelt

Westminster Choir College Conductor Laureate Joseph Flummerfelt reflects on his career, the role of the artist in today’s society and Westminster’s mission and choral legacy.

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Ben Cohen Field Dedication Ceremony

A devout fan of Rider athletics as a student and now as an alumnus, Ben Cohen’s name now graces the University’s turf athletics field following a naming and dedication ceremony on September 16.

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Project SEED 2011

2011 Project SEED Fellows from Rider University visit the Glass Education Center at Salem Community College for an interactive chemical glassblowing workshop.

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ISCAP Poster Session 2011

Poster session at Independent Scholarly and Creative Activities Program (ISCAP) Day on May 4, 2011. 24 students presented their research projects as posters to family, peers, and faculty of the Rider community. 30 students gave oral and/or visual presentations of their scholarly and creative projects.

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Student Centered

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Global Perspective

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New Student Day of Service

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Social Responsibility

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Connected Learning

See how Rider students connect...

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The CoOPERAtive Experience

View a video of the 2011 CoOPERAtive experience - featuring participants and faculty in action.

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Son of God Mass: Amen

Westminster Williamson Voices, James Jordan, conductor

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Cranberry Fest 2010

Check out photos from the 2010 Cranberry Fest. Then mark your calendars for the 2011 Cranberry Fest on September 13.

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Microfinance Pilot Program

The first year of the microfinance project, managed by professors from Rider and Dong Thap universities, yields 92 percent return.

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EMBA Trip to Vietnam and China

Recently, 17 Executive Master of Business Administration students had the chance to gain a greater understanding of emerging business markets in Asia.

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Corps Values

Peace Corps volunteers bring education, better conditions, to a village in Niger.

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Organic Community Garden

With the addition of a new community garden on the Lawrenceville campus, you don’t have to venture far to find the freshest crops in season.

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Costa Rica Service Trip 2011

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Hymn to the Virgin

Westminster Chapel Choir Amanda Quist, conductor

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I Wonder As I Wander

Westminster Chapel Choir Amanda Quist, conductor

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Tribute to Elaine Isaacson Brown '34

WWFM The Classical Network's Marjorie Herman pays tribute to one of choral conducting's pioneers.

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Science Facilities and Instrumentation

The Chemistry, Biochemistry and Physics Department is housed in the Science and Technology Center.

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Faces of Chemistry

One of the best things about the Rider experience is the opportunity students have to collaborate with faculty.

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ISCAP Poster Session 2010

Independent Scholarship and Creative Activity Presentations Day showcase the outstanding academic and creative work.

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Project SEED 2010

Project SEED is an enrichment program for to economically disadvantaged high school juniors.

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Project SEED 2009

Project SEED is an enrichment program for economically disadvantaged high school juniors.

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Project SEED 2007

Project SEED is an enrichment program for economically disadvantaged high school juniors.

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Switlik Hall Turns 50

A birthday party commemorating the 50th anniversary of Switlik Residence Hall was held on April 26. The half-century celebration included a barbecue, a chocolate fountain and a birthday cake, courtesy of Fedora Café of Lawrenceville.

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Conductor Conversation: Gary Graden

Gary Graden joins Joe Miller to discuss repertoire, choral sound and performance practice.

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Brendan Byrne Reception and Talk

The Rebovich Institute for New Jersey Politics at Rider University welcome former New Jersey Gov. Brendan T. Byrne for a witty and insightful Q&A session as part of its Governing New Jersey series on Thursday, April 14.

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Run Over Violence 5K

Despite the cloudy weather, 130 participants and volunteers gathered on Rider’s chilly Lawrenceville campus to run in the third annual Run Over Violence 5k.

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IRS Adrian Project 2011

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U.S. Senator Bob Menendez Talk

The U.S. Senator visited Rider's campus to deliver "a report from Washington, DC."

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Spreading Words of Hope

With a dry-erase board in hand, Lindsay Galbraith and her team are asking, Why do you Relay? The campus community's reasons for why they relay.

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Equestrian Team

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Graduate Studies at Rider University

27 graduate programs in business administration, education, leadership, counseling, liberal arts, sciences and music.

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Honorary Degree Recipients

Rider will proudly bestow honorary degrees upon Nobel Prize recipient Dr. Martin L. Perl and Coleman executive Sam A. Solomon ’90 at its 146th Commencement ceremonies. Composer Stephen Paulus will receive an honorary doctorate at Commencement exercises for the Westminster Choir College. Please click on the photo to view the full-size image.

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ODK Induction Ceremony

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Lots of Hoopla at Midnight MAACness

During this year's Midnight MAACness, the men’s and women’s basketball teams at Rider University are the star attraction “Under the Big Top.”

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Quidditch Tournament

Harry Potter devotees tore a page from the bestselling books by staging a competitive Quidditch tournament on the Lawrenceville campus.

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Conductor Conversation: Joe Miller previews the Westminster Choir's 2011 tour of Florida

Joe Miller joins WWFM The Classical Network host David Osenberg to discuss the Westminster Choir’s 2011 Florida Tour, including the premiere of Jaakko Mäntyjärvi’s To a Locomotive in Winter.

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Bart Luedeke Center Theater Expansion Project

The 11,000-square-foot expansion of the auditorium in the Bart Luedeke Center, originally constructed in 1970, will create a full teaching and production theater with seating for 350.

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New Academic Building Construction

The new 21,250-square-foot academic building and plaza next to the Franklin F. Moore Library and Memorial Hall is sheduled for use in fall 2011.

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Founders Day Awards Ceremony

Founders Day, part of Rider’s Family Weekend 2010 festivities, recognizes the top one percent of seniors, juniors and sophomores, by grade point average, as Andrew J. Rider Scholars.

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Conductor Conversation: Dennis Shrock

Conductor, scholar and Westminster alumnus Dennis Shrock joins Westminster’s Director of Choral Activities Joe Miller to discuss repertoire, choral scholarship and performance practice.

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Poulenc: O Magnum Mysterium

Westminster Choir
Joe Miller, conductor

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Faure: Sanctus

Westminster Choir
Lisa Cowan, violin
Anna Reinersman,harp
Joe Miller, conductor

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Un Flambeau, Jeannette, Isabella!

Westminster Choir
Joe Miller, conductor

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Go Tell It On The Mountain

Westminster Jubilee Singers
J. Donald Dumpson, conductor

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O How I Love Jesus

Westminster Jubilee Singers
J. Donald Dumpson, conductor

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Va pensiero sullíali dorate

Westminster Symphonic Choir

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Dream of Heaven

Westminster Schola Cantorum
James Jordan, conductor

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Symphony of Psalms Mvt 1

Westminster Schola Cantorum,
James Jordan, conductor

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Take Five

Westminster Concert Bell Choir
Kathleen Ebling Shaw, conductor

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Be Thou My Vision

Westminster Concert Bell Choir
Kathleen Ebling Shaw, conductor

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Shenanadoah

Westminster Choir
Joe Miller, conductor

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In Bright Mansions Above

Westminster Choir
Joe Miller, conductor

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Laevas lauldakse

Westminster Choir
Joe Miller, conductor

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Dieu! Qui la fait bon regarder

Westminster Kantorei
Andrew Megill, conductor

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Lo How a Rose E'er Blooming

Westminster Williamson Voices
James Jordan, conductor

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My Flight for Heaven

Westminster Williamson Voices
James Jordan, conductor

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Mozart: Requiem in D Minor -Introitus

Westminster Williamson Voices perform the Introitus from W.A. Mozart's Requiem.

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The Choirs

View images of some of Westminster Choir College's eight choral ensembles. Click on the image to begin the slide show.

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The Lord Bless You and Keep You

Westminster Choir College students, conducted by Joe Miller, perform Peter Christian Lutkin's "The Lord Bless You and Keep You."

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Musical Theater

View images from some of recent music theater productions. Click on the image to begin the slide show.

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Opera

A visual sampling of Westminster Opera Theater's recent productions.

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Visiting Artists

Rider's Westminster College of the Arts welcomes leading artists to both campuses throughout the year.

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Dance

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Composer Conversation-Roger Ames

WWFM radio host Bliss Michelson is joined by James Jordan, conductor of the Westminster Williamson Voices, for a conversation with composer Roger Ames. This in-depth discussion includes excerpts from some of the composer’s arrangements and compositions: Down by the Riverside, W’Zwobie Lezy (Polish Carol), Choral Reflections on Amazing Grace, The Parable of The Old Man and The Young, and Love’s Gift.

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Career Conversation-Advice for Young Singers

Susan Shiplett Ashbaker, former director of artistic and music administration at the Opera Company of Philadelphia, discusses career planning and audition preparation with Westminster alumnae Kiera Duffy and Dísella Làrusdóttir, finalists in 2007 Metropolitan Opera Council’s National Auditions, and Laura Brooks Rice, their teacher and a member of Westminster’s voice faculty.

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Composer Conversation-Jaako Mantyjarvi

WWFM radio host Bliss Michelson is joined by James Jordan, conductor of the Westminster Williamson Voices, and Joe Miller, conductor of the Westminster Choir and Westminster’s director of choral activities, for a conversation with composer Jaakko Mäntyjärvi. This in-depth discussion includes excerpts from the composer’s Ave Maria, Canticum Calamitatis, Pseudo Yoik, Come Away Death, Psalm 150 in Kent Treble Bob Minor and Kouta.

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Explore Rider

Learn more about the advantages of a Rider education and the unique experiences available to our students.

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Composer Conversation-James Whitbourn

WWFM radio host Bliss Michelson is joined by James Jordan, conductor of the Westminster Williamson Voices, for a conversation with composer James Whitbourn. This in-depth discussion includes excerpts from the composer’s Annelies: The Anne Frank Oratorio; Son of God Mass; Magnificat; One That Is So Fair and Bright and Prayer of Desmond Tutu.

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Composer Conversation with Morten Lauridsen

Noted composer Morten Lauridsen examines his O Magnum Mysterium, Lux Aeterna and other major works with Westminster conductors James Jordan and Joe Miller and WWFM host David Osenberg.

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Composer Conversation with Morten Lauridsen Part 2

Noted composer Morten Lauridsen examines his Nocturnes and Madrigali: Six "FireSongs" on Italian Renaissance Poems with Westminster conductors James Jordan and Joe Miller and WWFM host David Osenberg.

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Conductor Conversation - Vance George

Westminster Director of Choral Activities Joe Miller speaks with internationally acclaimed conductor Vance George, former conductor of the San Francisco Symphony Chorus, about his career, choral preparation and advice for aspiring conductors.

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Conductor Conversation - Simon Carrington

Director of Choral Activities Joe Miller discusses choral and vocal music with Simon Carrington.

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Artist Conversation - Barbara Grossman and Charles Cajori

Rider University Professor and Gallery Director Harry I. Naar speaks with artists Barbara Grossman and Charles Cajori about their exhibit Forming the Figure.

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Conductor Conversation: Joe Miller and Flower of Beauty

Westminster Choir Joe Miller joins WWFM host David Osenberg to discuss Flower of Beauty, his first full recording with the Westminster Choir.

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Artist Conversation: Paul Rickert

Rider University Gallery Directory Harry I. Naar speaks with artist Paul Rickert about his exhibit Industrial Visions.

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Living on Campus

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