Faculty Member Is Awarded Grant
Dr. Zvonimir Nagy has received the 2017 Investing in Professional Artists offered in partnership by The Pittsburgh Foundation and The Heinz Endowments. The foundation received 113 proposals from individuals and organizations in 17 cities and towns throughout the region. Peer panels comprised of regional and national experts reviewed each proposal in depth and recommended 13 proposals for funding. The grant will be used to cover the recording of his musical compositions for pipe organ. The works will be performed and recorded using the organ in Duquesne University's Chapel, and the CD album will be released by PARMA Recordings.
Read more on the Pittsburgh Foundation's website.
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