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  • Donors - 2015 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    to the Music Department February October 2015 indicates previously donated indicates donation of 200 or more Charles B Karen Adamson Ann Gordon Getty Foundation Anonymous Donors Linda K Ashworth Blair E Baker Christopher M Pasillas Marilyn M Baty Benevity Community Impact Fund Daniel W Bliss Clarence F Buetow Jason D Jennifer J Chance Constance Christodulis John E Clifton Doren E Curtiss A Frank Janice L Doting Amy K Eades Edison International John W Edmisten Maria M Jason Elsea Ketty S Leo P Fedigan Richard V Genazzi Cyndi John M Goble Robert Griffith Sondra S Richard A Hackborn Linda H Halisky Henry W Bull Foundation Russell P Linda Herrington Richard L Shelley F Klein Eric M Lorenzen John B Kathlyne E Lowe Anna R Jamie Marx Eric J Margot K McDonald Alice Y Miller David T Neal Network for Good Hella K Nordberg Naomi F William Norris Mark Victoria O Shea Ryan D Olson David A Peach deceased Janet S Peach Christopher R Roxie G Phillips Patsy R Arthur W Ronat Gina M John R Salyer David E Madeleine L Shaw Bonnie M Roy L Sheehy Dennis Sheridan gift in kind Silicon Valley Community Foundation Charles R Nell P Stallings Stellar

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  • Faculty Activities - 2015 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    month road trip to national parks throughout the West Jacalyn Kreitzer Jacalyn Kreitzer is the vocal consultant for Opera San Luis Obispo and helped with preparation for the Oct 10 11 performances of an evocative double bill Pietro Mascagni s Cavalleria Rusticana and Ruggero Leoncavallo s Pagliacci as part of the organization s 30 year anniversary season celebration Starting in January Kreitzer will teach another session of Care and Repair of the Speaking Voice through Cal Poly s Extended Education program helping participants develop strong clear and confident speaking voices Alyson McLamore Alyson McLamore returned to Cal Poly after a two quarter sabbatical January June 2015 The sabbatical began with the completion of her essay Britannia Rule the Waves Maritime Music and National Identity in Eighteenth Century Britain which will appear late this year in the collection The Sea and the British Musical Imagination published by Boydell and Brewer Much of McLamore s sabbatical reflected conference fever At the Western Society for Eighteenth Century Studies WSECS meeting she delivered a paper addressing British maritime music with the kind assistance of vocalist Shaina Levin and pianist W Terrence Spiller who performed various 18th century works McLamore also chaired The Gender Lesson Femininity and Education session at WSECS She attended the February meeting of the American Musicological Society s Pacific Southwest Chapter PSC in San Diego and in March she delivered a paper titled A Public Character Women Concert Organizers in 18th Century London during the Los Angeles meeting of the American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies In May McLamore and professors Spiller and Craig Russell McLamore co hosted a joint meeting at Cal Poly of the Northern California and PSC chapters of the American Musicological Association The conference attracted musicologists from throughout California She chaired the film music session and served

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  • Alumni Update - 2015 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    in Sacramento as an auditor and is working toward becoming a CPA With all of this accounting work she still takes time out to play piano as opportunities arise Jessica Getman Music 02 is the inaugural managing editor of the George and Ira Gershwin Critical Edition at the University of Michigan s School of Music Theatre Dance She will help increase production efforts to bring the first volumes of the project to press namely Rhapsody in Blue 1924 jazz band version edited by Ryan Bañagale and the landmark opera Porgy and Bess 1935 edited by Wayne Shirley Getman recently earned her doctorate in musicology from the University of Michigan writing a dissertation on music in the original series of Star Trek 1966 69 Before joining the U M staff Gershwin Critical Edition she worked as an editorial assistant for Music of the United States of America a scholarly series of music editions published for the American Musicological Society by A R Editions She holds two master s degrees from Boston University one in historical performance on baroque oboe and a second in musicology for which she wrote a thesis on 18th century French vaudeville Her scholarly interests include critical editing film and TV music popular music in science fiction media and amateur music making in fandom Her research will be published by the Journal of the Society for American Music in 2015 and the Journal of Fandom Studies in 2016 Getman is also involved with the project Cues and Contracts which will make administrative information relating to the process of producing TV music in the U S available to scholars through an online database focusing on music cue sheets submitted by TV production companies to BMI and ASCAP The project will organize this data and make it searchable to allow

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  • Events - 2015 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    Newsletter Message from the Department Chair Room 218 Renovation More Upgrades Student News Symphony s Tour Abroad New Faculty Donors Faculty Activities Alumni Update Calendar of Events Bach Week Grows 2014 15 Graduates Fall Dinner Photo Soundboard Newsletter 2015 Fall Calendar of Events Calendar of Events The 2015 16 season of events is posted on the Music Department Web Calendar CP Home CP Find It Get Adobe Reader Microsoft Viewers

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  • Bach Week - 2014 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    19 24 Guest artists Christopher M Cock tenor Valparaiso University Indiana Daniel Eifert baritone Chicago and the chamber ensemble Mensa Sonora California will join talented Cal Poly students faculty and other professional musicians in two performances of Bach s St John Passion Bach Week has been specially designed to give students the opportunity to perform with and hear from seasoned professionals Co directors Thomas Davies and David Arrivée will start off on Tuesday Jan 19 with an in depth look at the week s repertoire in the context of Bach s life and in the case of the St John Passion as it functioned in the religious context of the Lutheran church year On Thursday Jan 21 Christopher M Cock will give a presentation titled The Role of the Evangelist in Bach s Passions He has performed the role of the Evangelist numerous times throughout Europe and the U S and will offer great insight into what it takes to deliver such a role At 3 15 p m Jan 21 Chicago based baritone Daniel Eifert will give a vocal master class focusing on musical interpretation Several Cal Poly voice students will present works to be discussed Friday Jan 22 will highlight the return of Mensa Sonora California The group s stunning performance last year makes this a not to be missed event The program will include works by Bach and his musical sons The week culminates with two performances of the St John Passion Davies will lead the ensemble of students and professionals a 30 voice choir a 22 piece orchestra and vocal soloists in this most theatrical of Bach s larger works The first performance will be Bach in the Mission VI at 8 p m Saturday Jan 23 in San Luis Obispo Mission de Tolosa For the

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  • 5Graduates - 2014 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    Polytechnic State University Navigation 2015 Fall Newsletter Message from the Department Chair Room 218 Renovation More Upgrades Student News Symphony s Tour Abroad New Faculty Donors Faculty Activities Alumni Update Calendar of Events Bach Week Grows 2014 15 Graduates Fall Dinner Photo Soundboard Newsletter 2015 Fall Graduates Graduates Fall 2014 Spring 2015 Large size file CP Home CP Find It Get Adobe Reader Microsoft Viewers Last Update 10 27 2015

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  • Graduates - 2014 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    California Polytechnic State University Navigation 2015 Fall Newsletter Message from the Department Chair Room 218 Renovation More Upgrades Student News Symphony s Tour Abroad New Faculty Donors Faculty Activities Alumni Update Calendar of Events Bach Week Grows 2014 15 Graduates Fall Dinner Photo Soundboard Newsletter 2015 Fall Dinner Fall Dinner 2015 Large size file CP Home CP Find It Get Adobe Reader Microsoft Viewers Last Update 10 27 2015 Music

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  • Chair Message - 2015 Spring Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    acts concerns our use of technology the demand to be efficient yet the need to be human This can prove difficult not only for us individually but also collectively and a public university is an especially prominent arena for this clash of priorities and values Technology has produced wonders that enhance our access to music its pedagogy and its creation The pursuit of efficiency however leads to mixed results since efficiency often lies in the eye of the beholder Do you really need all of those violins in your symphony Mr Beethoven Aren t they just duplicating each other In this regard I tend to agree with Aldous Huxley who said The worst enemy of life freedom and the common decencies is total anarchy their second worst enemy is total efficiency I would add a third enemy isolation When we let social media substitute for in person contact the resulting isolation is an unfortunate byproduct of our wired efficient world This isolation clashes not only with our need to be human but also with our need to grow as humans Fortunately music and its study are wonderful antidotes to this bane of modern life When we make listen to and

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