What's next for class of 2016?

SoCA graduate poses for photo in front of the Welcome to Convocation signA SoCA graduate poses to have her photo taken after Convocation

Michael Petrino & Hayley Duggan pose for photo in old Music building with view of new Welcome CentreHayley Duggan and Michael Petrino, BMus ‘16

Here's a picture of Michael Petrino and I after convocation on Wednesday. Both of us will be attending Fac Ed in September in the Intermediate/Senior program for Music and French Studies.

Charl Fourie with Dr. Michael DarrochCharl Fourie, BFA, Visual Arts ‘16

 Charl graduated from the University of Windsor on June 16th with an Honours Bachelor of Fine Arts. He has been accepted to Nova Scotia College of Art and Design as an advanced standing student in the Interdisciplinary Design program to get a Bachelor of Design degree. 

Lisette Gagnon, BMus '16Lisette Gagnon, BMus ‘16

Lisette has completed her final year of studies at the University of
 Windsor’s School of Creative Arts, and graduated with a four year Bachelor of Music Honours degree, in Jazz/Pop Voice, and a minor in Studio Art.  Lisette has a deep passion for music, singing, and entertaining, as well as a love for art—she is an emerging studio artist, and published illustrator.  Lisette presently works with guitarist Tyler Sasso in their duo Lisette & Tyler.  They retain influences from many genres but currently specialize in jazz music performance.  Lisette is also an active music ministry member, vocalist & entertainer for country/bluegrass band Key of G, singer & performer for classic rock band Taken by Storm, and voice instructor.  Lisette has recently been accepted into the talent database for Carnival Entertainment and has been assigned to Carnival Imagination as a RockBand Vocalist beginning September 2016, together with Tyler Sasso.  Lisette plans to continue performing, expanding her versatility as an entertainer, and is very excited to be working in cruise line entertainment!

Emily Naccarato, BMT ‘16

I am so happy to be graduating! I was able to find a wonderful internship in North Vancouver to expand and apply my music therapy education from The University of Windsor. I have gained employment through my internship and I am now specializing in music therapy for early intervention autism with ET Music Therapy! I look forward to a fulfilling career while expanding my education to include a master of creative art therapy degree.

Cordon Purcell, BMT ‘16

Is off to Montreal to start graduate work in music therapy at Concordia University.