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Classes at A-State will resume on Wednesday, Jan. 17.
While most of campus is cleared of snow, black ice or patches of snow may remain. Please exercise caution tomorrow on campus.
For commuters, if your local conditions are still hazardous, refer to the Provost's Inclement Weather Policy.
The A-State Keyboard Studies area is a thriving enterprise due to the tireless efforts of Dr. Lauren Schack Clark (Director of Keyboard Studies), Mr. Brian Henkelmann, and our growing group of talented, hard-working students. From solo and concerto performances on the beautiful looking and terrific sounding Riceland Hall stage, to collaborations with other musicians, and competition-winning performances, our students are very active performing and teaching world-wide. Our Keyboard Studies programs attract students from Jonesboro to Japan.
In addition to three Steinway model D pianos in the major performing areas on campus, we continue to add more new pianos to our fleet to in our commitment to be designated as an "All-Steinway" school. The best students deserve the best equipment.
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