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  • New Music Majors - 2014 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    October Large size file Fall 2014 Admissions Internal Transfer Kelsey Beisecker Flute Santa Barbara Alma Cervantes Flute Woodland Daniel Compton Trumpet Valencia Timothy Compton Percussion Valencia Madison Curry Voice Rocklin Anders Ferling Percussion Canyon Country James Gallardo Bass Los Osos Katharine Gardias Voice Davis Kevin Glass Piano Lake Forest Jennifer Gsell Voice Los Angeles Lauren Hartog Voice Newport Beach Abigail Johnson Piano Valley Center Katianna Lee Voice Westwood Colleen McAdams

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Emu/newsletter/14fall/majors.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Graduates - 2014 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    to Bach Week Vocal News In Memoriam Faculty Activities Calendar of Events Alumni Update New Music Majors Fall Dinner Photo 2013 14 Graduates Soundboard Newsletter 2014 Fall Graduates Graduates Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Large size file Milly Barizo violin Brett Malta trombone Dylan Weddle trumpet Kyler Fischer guitar Taylor Safina voice Alessandra Shanus piano Lauren Moore voice Ryan Waczek percussion Matthew Goodman guitar Not pictured Thomas Hartsock guitar Andrew Redel

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Emu/newsletter/14fall/grads.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Chair Message - 2014 Spring Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    dry landscape surrounding us In the Music Department February is also a month of renewal as we hold our auditions for incoming students It is exciting to meet young musicians from across the state and introduce them to Cal Poly many for the first time Our current students are wonderful ambassadors helping us welcome auditioning students and their families and sharing their enthusiasm about our music program We all look forward to welcoming the new class of music majors this coming fall Our large ensembles have embarked on several new adventures this spring spreading Cal Poly spirit from coast to coast The Mustang Band marched in the Chinese New Year Parade in San Francisco on Feb 15 helping usher in the Year of the Horse PolyPhonics and the Arab Music Ensemble traveled to the East Coast to perform in New York City and Philadelphia the highlight of the trip was a performance in world famous Carnegie Hall on March 18 Trips like these are experiences that students will remember for a lifetime and I thank our faculty for working so hard to create these opportunities for them I also thank the faculty for entrusting the job of department chair to

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Emu/newsletter/14spring/chair.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Parade - 2014 Spring Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    Poly but also well placed within the artistic and cultural community of San Francisco Upon seeing the band perform the question was posed What would it take to get Mustang Band to appear in the Chinese New Year Parade The excitement of the opportunity the largest Chinese New Year celebration outside of China was amplified by the prospect of the exposure to nearly one million parade attendees in addition to an international broadcast in at least three languages Phone calls were made and application deadlines met Eventually the word came back from the organizing committee the Mustang Band was officially invited Parade conditioning at the Rec Center Once Cal Poly football season ended the band shifted into parade preparation mode The most parade style marching the band ever does is along Perimeter Road on football game day down the hill to the stadium at the beginning of the day then back up the hill five hours later In winter quarter during basketball season the band kept it up by adding weekend rehearsals practicing tight turns on the streets of campus On the day of the parade the band boarded five charter buses A sixth bus bore the Cal Poly Stunt Team who conveniently would find themselves competing in San Francisco the following day and so were able to join the day s performances The buses arrived in time for the students to enjoy a leisurely lunch along The Embarcadero and to spend time with family and friends After lunch the band convened to perform a concert with the UC Davis Band in front of the Ferry Building The massive musical event drew a huge crowd The Mustang Band greeted those assembled with a powerful rendition of Malagueña The two bands traded tunes for about an hour At the end the

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Emu/newsletter/14spring/parade.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Swanson - 2014 Spring Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    Study Program until 2006 and hopes to participate in the fall 2014 program What has he been doing during retirement Well lots he reports I m as busy as ever He continues to perform as a double bass player with the San Luis Obispo Symphony the Symphony of the Vines and the Cuesta Master Chorale in chamber groups and at occasional recitals He purchased a new bass in 2011 and wrote an article on its maker Albert Jakstadt for Bass World the magazine of the International Society of Bassists He is currently president of the board of directors for the Foundation for the Performing Arts Center and a member of the College of Liberal Arts Dean s Advisory Council In addition to his music activities Swanson is enjoying landscaping the property he and his wife Jane have lived in since the mid 70s Among his favorite projects is the English style folly that he built the first few years after retiring It is a large ruined medieval stone tower complete with shackles that will someday puzzle archeologists It was inspired by many trips to England facilitated by teaching in London and taking extended holidays He and Jane will celebrate their

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  • RSVP - 2014 Spring Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    and feel of the ocean to the concert stage A fixed ensemble will offer musical spoken visual sonic and projected reflections on how whales have been viewed and treated by humankind and posit how whales might view humankind The production under the artistic direction of Professor Antonio Greg Barata combines efforts from students from a broad array of majors and performance interests Barata says We are moving away from the musical theatre approach that has been typical of recent productions This will be a much more organic show in terms of its flow and breadth and subject matter We know quite a bit about whale song but not very much about how they actually sing Clearly they do not expel air move lips or many of the things we associate with the mechanics of human singing Still there is no doubt that these are in fact songs not just sonic communication common among many terrestrial species The production will feature moving sounds moving lighting effects and even moving stagecraft A wide array of musical styles will convey the notably unusual inspiration for the concert There will be clouds of atmospheric sound and avant garde electroacoustic music as well as traditional

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Emu/newsletter/14spring/rsvp.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Donors - 2014 Spring Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    Baker Nancy J Ballinger Lawrence H Susan J Balthasar Antonio G Donna M Barata Irelle J Beatie Mary E David P Beatie Susan J Beatie Carol F Lars Boeryd Dean E Joanne S Bretney Anne M Brown Family C F Buetow Herbert Mary Burch Shel A Michael P Burrell Vincent D Carlone Polly Cooper Kenneth L Haggard Doren E Curtiss John Sharon L Dobson Edison International John W Edmisten Yvonne Hsu Edmisten Marylynn Michael G Eipper Jean E John E Fanselow Liana Forest Mark C Stephanie A Fugate John R Furtado Maria T McCullough Richard V Genazzi Roy Jane Gersten Lenore Reed Gilchrist Cyndi John M Goble Laurie A Gordon Gary G Debby J Gravier Leah W Samuel J M Greeley Faten A Richard M Habib Linda H Halisky Gail A Sandra C Halvorson Cricket Handler Jerry Boots Matthew C Rosalyn C Harding Kholood M Hassan Faoud Khosmood Kurt Claudia Heisinger Henry W Bull Foundation James E Marianne Henry Monica K Hjerrild Linda J Thomas A Hurd J Paul Getty Trust George P Johanknecht Jane Kalfsbeek Jean H Kuntze Gail Giovannetti Keith Leland David B Ellen M Lennon Barbara S Leopold Emma L Levine Joann C Lisberger Hanson K Yvonne S Loey Eric M Lorenzen Hans Martha C Luemers Joyce L Mackenzie Madonna Enterprises Phyllis Madonna Yvonne McCoy Charles E McDowell Linda L Werner Christopher A McNichols Emily J Paul L Miller Jodi S Richard B Muirhead Lawrence H Margaret Nelson Margie Noble Englund Elaine John F O Hanlon Lynne Oliverius Michael L Osborn Norman H Connie A Pillsbury Dwight F Reynolds Janice A Rush San Luis Obispo County Community Foundation Joan G Sargen Janet B Scott John Patty Secunda Nicholas S Shantar Kerri A Lyman Michael D Reva T Shanus David E Lynn Shaw William C Deborah O Siefkin

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  • Symphony Soloists - 2014 Spring Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    holds auditions for student soloists of any major The prize for several of them A performance with the symphony of course On March 16 four soloists performed works from four different musical traditions Music major Brett Malta Gordon Jacob s Trombone Concerto first movement Economics major Kelsey Beisecker Carl Reinecke s Flute Concerto in D Major third movement Music major Taylor Safina Antonín Dvo ák s Song to the Moon

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