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Next Adventure: Class of 2014

Music's Class of 2014 at ConvocationMusic's Class of 2014 at Convocation
Soprano Brianna DeSantis will continue her operatic studies in the fall at graduate schoolBrianna DeSantis, BHK (Honours) '14
is heading to Western University in London, Ontario to pursue a Master of Opera Performance degree.
 
 
 
Anthony Giglio will pursue graduate work in Sonic Arts in IrelandAnthony Giglio, BMus ‘14
is heading to Queen’s University in Belfast, Ireland to pursue a Master of Arts in Sonic Arts degree.
 
 
 
 
Flutist, Lianne Harway will pursue a graduate performance degreeLianne Harway, BMus ‘14
Lianne Harway will receive her Bachelor of Music degree in June 2014. Over the summer, Lianne will be playing for renowned flutist William Bennett at the William Bennett Summer Flute Academy in Clarksville, Tennessee. She will also be attending the National Flute Association's annual convention in Chicago, Illinois. Lianne is hoping to earn a graduate degree in flute performance!
 
 
 
Alaina Pawlowicz will pursue a graduate degree in orchestral performance at McGill in the fallAlaina Pawlowicz, BMus ’12, BED ‘13
Alaina has been teaching clarinet privately since graduation and practicing like a mad woman.  She heads to Montreal in the fall to attend McGill University’s Schulich School of Music in their Master in Orchestral Performance.
 
 
 
Jillian St. Aubin, BMus ’13, BED ‘14
Jillian is heading to Western University in London, Ontario to pursue a Master of Education degree in the fall.
 
 
 
Donja Jean Trivers is currently completing her internship in KitchenerDonja Jean Trivers, BMT ‘14
On May 5th I will be starting my Music Therapy Internship at Sunnyside Seniors' Services in Kitchener, ON. From there I will be researching various graduate schools in the hopes of starting my first graduate degree in the Fall of 2015. That being said, this summer will be filled with GRE, GMAT, and/or LSAT prep. This next step is certainly filled with uncertainties, but I am still certainly filled with hope and excitement. I am very grateful to the University of Windsor and all of the help and support that they have provided over the last four years, and I wish the students, faculty, and staff all of the best with their own futures.