Art, Music & Recreation Center

The disciplines of Art, Music, and Theatre Arts energize the cultural life of the Cameron Campus and surrounding communities. We believe in the power of aesthetics and in the unique talents of each student. We strive to inspire and guide artists, educators, musicians, actors, designers, and scholars to achieve success as well as to become citizens of the world.

I was just as delighted with the leader’s arrangements of other standard tunes in this album as I was with Morning Sunrise. He does indeed create a new tune over the chords of the original, but doesn’t extend it to the degree that Witzel does, falling into the usual sequence-o-f-rhythmic-chords that most jazz organists use. I don’t wish to make this sound as if Ho is not a good jazz organist; he clearly is; he’s just not on the same level as the leader, Witzel. The term “art music” refers primarily …

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As in some of her other works, too, Zwilich throws in some clear jazz references—here, at least, in the earlier jazz-classical style of Gershwin, only a bit more modal. She also provides excellent contrasts between the cellist’s lines and the orchestra. For the most part they are on the same page , but there are some wonderful moments in which they play opposing figures that complement one another. Near the end of the first movement, Bailey plays a note that is slightly “warped” in sound which gives the music an unusual feel.

  • He directs a world-class five-member touring ensemble, Scrap Arts Music, that exclusively plays his 145+ invented instruments and his original repertoire at leading international festivals and theatres around the world.
  • Currently, Ry works with Rich Street Records in Franklinton, local electronic music label Shut Off Notice Records, and their annual event Bird Tunnel.
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This year’s contributors included Dan Herro, Emma Daisy, Teresa Sahar, Stanley Ryan Jones, Laila Amin, Jeremy Novy, Luke Chappelle and many more! Milwaukee’s own garage rockers Devil’s Teeth added their own special “art” vibe to the event and WMSE DJs the Nitecrwlrz spun the soundtrack to the evening. Renowned local artist Emma Daisy was the featured artist for this year’s Art & Music promotional artwork.

  • Witzel imparts a surprising, medium-fast Latin beat to Lerner and Loewe’s If Ever I Would Leave You although the middle eight, played by Ho, is in a straight 4, and it moves steadily into 4 once the initial theme statement is done and Ho begins soloing.
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  • Gregory composes music for quintet, orchestra and film, creates musical instruments from

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This kind of creative involvement cultivates the capacity for spontaneous composition. Except for his overly frantic and too cheerful reading of the Rondo-Burleske, however, this is one of the greatest performances of this symphony you are ever likely to hear. Born in Tenerife, he began his musical training as a horn player at the Conservatorio Superior de Tenerife, and later graduated with honors in the specialty of singing at the Conservatori del Liceu in Barcelona.

  • Unspoken symphony analyzed your artwork to create a unique melody with pre-selected instruments, but there’s more!
  • He proposes an interesting mix between minimalistic house and organic electronic music, achieving a resolutely futuristic track.
  • Helping students become global citizens has long been an important part of what Art & Music Histories does.
  • Scrap Arts Music is a unique Canadian project honoured to receive invitations to perform across North America and around the world for audiences from

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Music in all its varied forms is the most accessible and affordable form of art we have today. Justine is involved in project conceptualization, instrument design, and all facets of art direction . She’s also involved in stage direction, music critique and future developments. Unexpectedly beautiful Experimental Pop Percussion that is intricate, playful and powerful, and that delights the ears, eyes and heart. The Romance for violin and orchestra is a nice piece, developing from a somewhat over-sweet opening into some very interesting modal variations at a faster tempo.

  • Many people even hear music in their dreams, and some see colours when they hear music; a form of synaesthesia.
  • The term “art music” refers primarily to classical traditions that focus on formal styles, invite technical and detailed deconstruction and criticism, and demand focused attention from the listener.
  • In the context of Adderly’s soul jazz, Ho plays very well, but again

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We also strive to help students appreciate Art, Music and Theatre as significant dimensions of the human experience. Studying the history of the arts brings home the central role that they have played in the development of human thought, both within and outside the Judeo-Christian tradition. Practicing the arts encourages students to incorporate creative expression into their wider intellectual and personal development. In forming the human being more completely, the department fulfills a fundamental goal of Catholic education.

  • The goals of the program are to foster experimentation in art and music, to support significant contributions to popular musical expression, and to do both in a way that encourages interdisciplinary exploration.
  • Indian classical music does not organize around harmony, but melody and the relative relationship of each note to the others.
  • As usual, Scopel is a master of both mood and articulation, bringing out the structure of these pieces without over-emphasizing

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One online critic compared Abbado’s Mahler to Rattle’s by saying that the former was an optimist while the latter was a pessimist, and it is true that a certain amount of pessimism, or at least sadness, permeates this symphony . It does, however, pick up in intensity about two-thirds of the way through the movement. Zinn’s tenor sax, in fact, does this; he is not really extending the composition in his solos; but since they follow Witzel’s, they almost sound like further variations on the theme, which is not altogether a bad thing. GM Art & Music is delighted to welcome Latvian mezzo-soprano Elīna Garanča for general worldwide management, only for opera. Mezzo-soprano Elīna Garanča has established herself as a major star through her highly acclaimed performances for the world’s leading opera houses, symphony orchestras and recital halls. She has captivated audiences with her exquisite voice, intelligent musicianship, and compelling …

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And once again, she manages to get more serious near the end, playing the soft string tremolos as if they were made of ice crystals. In the slow third movement, she builds up the gradual crescendo slowly and masterfully. In the last movement, Gražinytė-Tyla drives the music forward with an almost manic force. But even when the opening tempo is fast, Weinberg’s symphonies almost never end on a happy or a triumphant note; sooner or later, the deep sadness comes into the picture, and this is so here—at least for a while.

He has a real affinity for this music as a rule, thus I always give his recordings a fair audition. In the year 2000, when Bent Juul Rasmussen (CEO & Export Manager), led by a desire to fulfil his passion for love of music, established the agency Art & Music Scandinavia. The first achievement was to sign Fairport …

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So for the past 2 years , after I had my sax mouthpiece of a lifetime broken and I was forced to embark on a journey searching a suitable replacement piece, I revised and perfected many technical fundamentals of music making. One hopes that Gražinytė-Tyla’s Weinberg symphony recordings will grow exponentially. She understands his deepest feelings, and is able to translate them into sound. His Nine-Tone Scales I can follow; these are not baffling at all; but I don’t really see how they are supposed to help the improvising musician. Adam Rudolph, a 67-year-old percussionist and bandleader, has here thrown his hat in the ring with the late George Russell by presenting the most challenging analysis of jazz improvising since the latter’s Lydian Chromatic Concept of Tonal Organization.

  • James W. Iman is a Pittsburgh-area pianist and teacher who specializes in music written since 1945, although he also includes some modern

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Nocturne No. 12 struck me as the most surreal and fragmented of the series, using the pentatonic scale and chromatic harmonies with the right hand playing, for the most part, very high up on the keyboard. The last Nocturne, however, is also quite strange, suddenly shifting course in the middle with a loud, fast-paced section with a strong, non-nocturne-like rhythm. Relevant music from inspiring indie artists around the world at your fingertips. Get a license to the entire Artlist catalog with unlimited downloads for a full year. Upgrade to the full Artlist license now and start usinig Artlist music in all of your projects!

Beginning in 1966, the degree of social and artistic dialogue among rock musicians dramatically accelerated for bands who fused elements of composed music with the oral musical traditions of rock. During the late 1960s and 1970s, progressive rock bands represented a form of crossover music that …