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Kaileigh Murphy and DJ Austin Awarded Andrew and Amy Vaugh Student Symphonic Fellowship with the WV Symphony Orchestra

Two Cabell County students have been selected as student fellows for the WV Symphony Orchestra. Now in its 21st year, this program offers an immersive experience into all components of life in the symphony: performance, music selection, collaborations with the director and guest artists, and exposure to the administrative side of the symphony. Students will have the opportunity to meet, practice with, and learn from some of the best musicians in the state as part of this incredible fellowship. We could not be more proud Kaileigh and DJ for their hard work and dedication.
Maddie Helbling, Education Manager for the WV Symphony says, “The West Virginia Symphony is fortunate to have this program provided by Dr. Andrew and Amy Vaughan. This nationally recognized program allows serious music students to experience the symphony orchestra inside and out while furthering their musical, educational, and professional goals.”