Frost Music Engineering Student and Alumnus Claim Two AES Foundation Awards

August 31, 2012 — Coral Gables, FL – Frost School of Music students from the Music Engineering program claimed two of the nine Audio Engineering Society Foundation Awards for 2012.

On Aug. 17, Don Puluse, president of the AES announced Ross Penniman, a new Frost graduate student, as recipient of the prestigious John Eargle Award. This award is given annually to a student who excels in technology and music.

Jamie Tagg, B.M. '04, received one of the seven prestigious international scholarships available. Tagg graduated from Frost School of Music in 2004 and is now earning his Ph.D. in Sound Recording at McGill University.

The AES Educational Foundation was established in 1984 to encourage talented students to enter the profession of audio engineering. Grants for graduate studies with emphasis on audio topics are awarded annually.

Since 1975, the Music Engineering Technology program at the Frost School of Music has pioneered education in music and technology, setting the standard by which the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) accredits other such programs around the United States. Alumni of the program have contributed significantly to the music and audio industries and upon graduation pursue careers ranging from recording engineer to software designer.


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Two Frost School of Music students claimed Audio Engineering Society Foundation Awards for 2012. The AES Educational Foundation was established in 1984 to encourage talented students to enter the profession of audio engineering.