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Caldwell College to Present Terzetta Concert
Caldwell College will present the chamber music trio, Terzetta at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 26, in the Alumni Theatre. The group consists of music department faculty members Rebecca Vega on flute and Nan Childress Orchard on piano, accompanied by cellist Jacqueline Stern. The program will include works by New York composers Peter Schickele and Katherine Hoover.
Terzetta, founded at Caldwell College in 2006, performs a wide variety of music from Baroque to 21st century.
Childress Orchard is an associate professor of music and chair of the music department at Caldwell, where she has
taught since 2001. A champion of music by women composers, she has played with the Rutgers SummerFest Orchestra and the Garden State Philharmonic.
Vega, a music instructor at Caldwell, conducts the college's wind and flute ensembles and teaches classes in conducting, music appreciation and flute. A Verona resident, she is a member of the UpTown Flutes, an ensemble that has performed at many venues, including Carnegie Hall.
Stern, a Tenafly resident, has performed with the Stamford Symphony since 1984 and with the Encore Chamber Players. She also conducts the Westchester Junior Strings orchestra.
More About Caldwell College
Caldwell College is a Catholic, co-educational, four-year liberal arts institution, committed to intellectual rigor, individual attention and the ethical values of the Judaeo-Christian academic tradition.
Founded in 1939 by the Sisters of Saint Dominic, the college is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Universities, chartered by the State of New Jersey and registered with the Regents of the University of the State of New York.
The college, located on a 70-acre wooded campus, offers 28 majors of study. Students can choose from BA, BS and BFA programs in the arts and sciences, education, psychology, business and communications. Teaching certification can be earned in elementary education or in a variety of kindergarten through 12 and secondary subjects. The college also has a number of affiliation programs with other colleges, universities and medical schools allowing students to save time and money while earning multiple degrees.
Approximately half of the approximately 2,300 students enrolled at Caldwell are adults pursuing degrees part-time. The Center for Graduate and Continuing Studies meets the academic needs of the college’s adult students. The center provides adult learners, in undergraduate or graduate programs, with excellence in teaching, caring academic support and learning options that work with their busy lives.
The college launched its first Ph.D. program in the Fall 2009 semester, when it began offering a doctoral program in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). This is the first doctoral program in ABA in the state of the New Jersey. ABA is a well-developed scientific discipline that is best known for its proven ability to greatly help children with autism spectrum disorder.
Master's degrees are offered in Applied Behavior Analysis, art therapy, business administration (accounting, nonprofit management), counseling psychology (art therapy, mental health counseling, school counseling), curriculum and instruction ( special education, supervisor certification), educational administration, pastoral ministry (church administration) and special education (general teacher and certification, learning disabilities). Educational administration is also offered in a fast-track off-campus Leadership Development Program. Post-master’s programs are available in educational principal’s and supervisor’s certification, professional counselor licensing, art therapy, school counseling and Director of School Counseling.