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Entries Tagged as 'Ethnomusicology'

Help Ryan Svendsen win Sigma Nu’s national performing arts competition on YouTube

April 8th, 2008 · 2 Comments

Here’s a request we had yesterday from Ryan Svendsen, a sophomore trumpet major in the Music Department: Hi, I am entering in a National Sigma Nu performing arts competition via Youtube. In my video, I pay tribute to famous Sigma Nu alumni by playing their songs or songs affiliated with them. The more views I […]

Tags: Alumni · Composers · Composition · Ethnomusicology · Faculty · Performance · Performance · Performers · School of Music · Students · World music

Hands-On Workshop with Judy Niemack

February 12th, 2008 · No Comments

JUDY NIEMACK ANNOUNCING ” FREE TO IMPROVISE: Exploring essential elements for improvisation” This is a hands-on workshop by international jazz star Judy Niemack for all classical and jazz vocalists and instrumentalists, staff, faculty, and interested others. This class is geared to free up the creative flow in anyone who hopes to perform music requiring improvisation, […]

Tags: Ethnomusicologists · Ethnomusicology · Faculty · Musicologists · Performance · Performance · Performers · Students

The Brent Canter Trio–New CD and performance at the Jazz Bakery

October 31st, 2007 · No Comments

The Brent Canter Trio (Jazz Studies students from the Department of Ethnomusicology) will be celebrating the release of?their debut CD “Soundscape” with a performance and party at LA’s greatest jazz venue, the Jazz Bakery, this Sunday, November 4th. They will be performing music from the new CD and new material as well. Food, drinks and […]

Tags: Ethnomusicology