One of the most improbable of musical cross-pollinations resulted in a chance meeting in 2005 between two young musicians--Gris Sanderson, who was teaching music at Dartington College of Arts in the UK, and Juldeh Camara, who was performing a concert at the college.
What does DCA stand for?
DCA stands for Dartington College of Arts (UK)
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Studies at Dartington College of Arts in Devon, where Mallon earned an Honors B.
He won an award to study marble carving in Italy and other awards include an Honorary Doctor of Arts from Plymouth University and Associate Research Fellow at Dartington College of Arts.
Expertly edited by Bob Gilmore Reader in Musicology, Dartington College of Arts, England), "Maximum Clarity And Other Writings On Music" is a collection of writings on music by Professor Ben Johnston who taught theory and composition from 1951 to 1984 at the University of Illinois School of Music at Urbana-Champaign.
Barry Boffy, aged 31, from West Bromwich, decided to volunteer for the festival last year after studying Visual Performance at the Dartington College of Arts in Devon.
After I graduated from Dartington College of Arts I thought people would be running up to me like a scene from a Broadway musical and offering me writing jobs.
1978 - 1982 Dartington College of Arts, Totnes, Devon; Guildhall School of Music, London.
Dr Amos, born in Orrell Park, left the city five years ago to study art at Dartington College of Arts.