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Gregory Broughton - Back Page
March 2010 Issue
Associate professor, voice Hugh Hodgson School of Music B.S. in Music Education, University of Tennessee Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts, University of Michigan Senior Faculty Teaching Fellow, 2004 Photo shot on location at UGA’s Hugh Hodgson Performing Arts Center by Andrew Davis Tucker “I tell my students here at Georgia, the ones who want to be performers, that they must be a cut above, and they must seek to be so well-informed that they can educate from the stage rather than just simply entertain. The music ed majors I work with at Georgia, I tell them they must be a cut above the stage performer because they are shaping the minds of young people for the future. And they are training and cultivating the minds of the audience for the entertainer.” —Tenor Gregory Broughton, who also directs the African American Choral Ensemble at UGA
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