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UMD professor participates in fellowship program and awarded research scholarship.
Assistant Professor Paula Gudmundson is participating in the College Music Society - National Association of Music Merchants (CMS-NAMM) summer fellows program for music faculty in Nashville, Tenn. June 28-30, 2018. Gudmundson is one of nine music faculty members from across the country to be selected.
The CMS-NAMM introduces music faculty to professionals in the music industry and helps them prepare their students for careers as musicians.
Flutist Paula Gudmundson is an assistant professor at UMD. She has most recently received the Grant-in-Aid of Research, Artistry, and Scholarship award for 2018-19 from the University of Minnesota’s Office of the Vice President for Research. Gudmundson’s research focuses on performing, commissioning, and recording works for flute by Scandinavian women composers.
Gudmundson’s debut recording La Flauta of Buenos Aires released in 2014 featured works for flute by Amancio Alcorta. Her edition of Gran Fantasia by Amancio Alcorta received an honorable mention from the National Flute Association Newly Published Music Competition in 2014.
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