Schwob School Of Music Students Shine At State Competition
CSU Students also have some of the finest musicians in the world as instructors like world renowned pianist Dr. Henry Kramer.
Columbus State University’s Schwob School of Music is proving once again how impressive their students and faculty are.
The Schwob school of music was recently well represented at the music teachers national association state competition at the University of West Georgia.
Pictured in this story are those who received top honors in vocals and instruments such as the flute, trombone, violin, horns and piano.
The Schwob students have some of the finest facilities in the country with the River Center for the Performing Arts which includes legacy hall right next door.
Students also have some of the finest musicians in the world as instructors like Dr. Henry Kramer.
First News recently heard a sample of his work at the Steinway piano showroom in Columbus courtesy of Schwob School of Music piano technician, Sally Phillips.
Phillps cares for the nearly 80 pianos at the Schwob School of Music as well as pianos at Auburn University’s Gogue Performing arts Center