Van Cleve Named New Director of Music

Van Cleve Set to Lead Universitys Music Program

Kristin Van CleveKristin Van Cleve was recently named director of the University of Dallas music concentration and program. With her experience as a performer and music director she earned both her bachelors and masters of music degrees in violin performance from the University of North Texas she plans to maintain the departments high standards and offer students a diverse musical experience. 
I'm very excited to be directing UDs music department, she said. Ive enjoyed working with the fantastic students in my capacity as director of the university's chamber music ensembles, and to be able to expand my role within the department is an honor.
Van Cleve has served as the Crowley Chamber Music director since 2007, and is currently the artistic director and principal violinist for the historical performance ensemble, Texas Camerata. In addition, she is the Dallas Opera Orchestras principal second violin.

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