Hunter College's Frayda B. Lindemann Professor and Chair of Music, Suzanne Farrin, has been listed among notable classical recordings and performances of 2018 by music critic Alex Ross of the New Yorker, for her performance of La Dolce Morte. In 2017, Suzanne Farrin's composition, The Hour of the Star, was awarded the prestigious Frederic A. Juliard/Walter Damrosch Rome Prize by the American Academy in Rome.
Hunter Music Chair Suzanne Farrin Named Among Notable Classical Recordings and Performances of 2018
Hunter College placed among the Top 10 in U.S. News & World Report’s 2024 College Rankings for regional universities in the north.
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