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From left: Professor Jace Saplan, Olivia Hack ’18, Theo Golden ’20, Drey Darnis ’18, Connor Thomson ’20, and Tina Naston ’20.

Assistant Professor of Music Jace Saplan, director of choral activities and vocal studies, along with choral program student leaders, presented a paper at the NY6 Spectrum Conference on March 23 at Colgate University.

The student presenters were Drey Darnis ’18, Timothy Hartel ’18, Olivia Hack ’18, Tina Naston ’20, Theo Golden ’20, and Connor Thomson ’20.

In “Singing Inclusivity: Allyship and the College Choir,” the group presented collaborative research exploring the intersectionality of the collegiate choral ensemble and its responsibility in serving as a change agent for inclusion.

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