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February 5, 2004

Birmingham-Southern professor's musical compositions performed in Florida

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Dr. Dorothy Hindman, assistant professor of music at Birmingham-Southern College, recently had her work drowningXnumbers performed by cellist Alvaro Bitran at a Jan. 20 NODUS/International Society for Contemporary Music concert in Miami. Her composition was selected from more than 200 entries submitted for the concert.

In addition, Hindman's composition Magic City was performed Jan. 23 by the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra in Destin led by conductor Demetrius Fuller. Hindman delivered a pre-concert lecture for the Destin audience the following day and judged the NFSO's Concerto Competition.

Having joined the BSC faculty in 2000, she received her master's degree from Duke University and her doctorate from the University of Miami at Coral Gables.

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