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Foodlink concert series wraps up fifth season

Foodlink concert series wraps up fifth season

April 10, 2014

The mission of “If Music Be the Food…” is to increase support for the hungry through classical music performance, and teach students the importance of utilizing art as a powerful vehicle for change.

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Jazz theory book designed for pros and amateurs

Jazz theory book designed for pros and amateurs

April 9, 2014

The newly published work by Eastman School of Music’s Dariusz Terefenko includes website, workbook and play-along DVD.

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Eastman musicians accompany silent film classic

Eastman musicians accompany silent film classic

April 4, 2014

The Passion of Joan of Arc (La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc), produced in France in 1928, is presented by the Film/Music Cluster and the Eastman School’s Humanities and Organ Departments.

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2014 Day of the Arts showcases street art

2014 Day of the Arts showcases street art

April 4, 2014

Students, faculty, and staff will gather together to celebrate Day of the Arts 2014: Street Art on Friday, April 11. This two-day series will showcase movement, dance, and art executed outside of traditional art venues.

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A dozen Eastman students to perform at Kennedy Center

A dozen Eastman students to perform at Kennedy Center

April 2, 2014

The performance is part of the Conservatory Project, a series co-founded by Eastman that showcases outstanding young musicians from around the country.

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Violinist performs scholarship recital

Violinist performs scholarship recital

March 31, 2014

Carmen Lavada Johnson-Pájaro is recipient of an award celebrating extraordinary talent and academic achievement of an African-American scholar-musician

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Singer-actors compete in Lotte Lenya finals

Singer-actors compete in Lotte Lenya finals

March 27, 2014

Two Eastman School of Music graduates, Natalie Ballenger and Diana Rose Becker, are among the 14 singer-actors in the finals.

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Concert centers on works of Chaya Czernowin

Concert centers on works of Chaya Czernowin

March 26, 2014

Israeli-born composer Chaya Czernowin’s works present challenging sonic landscapes of atypical and complex structures.

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Army Field Band concert a homecoming for some Eastman musicians

Army Field Band concert a homecoming for some Eastman musicians

March 19, 2014

For some members of the United States Army Field Band, the concert at the Eastman School of Music will be a homecoming performance at their alma mater.

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Focusing on organ in opera

Focusing on organ in opera

March 14, 2014

The unfamiliar but highly enjoyable 19th-century Italian organ repertoire will be featured alongside favorite opera arias in the next monthly Third Thursday at MAG.

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