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  • Flute Students Work with Jim Walker - 2013 Spring Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    flutist Jim Walker in February along with other local flute students Dubbed the Renaissance Man of the Flute Walker is former principal flutist of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and current professor of practice and coordinator of flute studies at USC s Thornton School of Music He also teaches flute and chamber music at The Colburn Conservatory of Music Gallatin played the Suite for Solo Flute by Jean Françaix and Beisecker

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Emu/newsletter/13spring/flute.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Donors - 2013 Spring Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    Adamson Edward L Nancy E Andre Linda K Ashworth Mike Barbara Belfield Jennifer Brown gift in kind Burt Virginia Polin Charitable Gift Fund Nemie I Capacia Vincent D Carlone Natalie M Debruijn Yvonne Hsu John W Edmisten Jon M Amy Ericson John R Furtado Jr Maria T McCullough Linda H Halisky Sandra G A Halvorson Handler Family Fund Cricket F Handler Roland K Geraldine E Jacobson Ronald K Leland Kimberly

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Emu/newsletter/13spring/donors.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Band Fraternity Conference - 2013 Spring Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    Orchesis and Soloists Soundboard Newsletter 2013 Spring Band Fraternity Conference Cal Poly Site of 15th Annual Band Fraternity Leadership Conference The Iota Pi chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi hosted the 15th Annual Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma Western District Leadership Conference February 15 17 Chapters from all over the district travelled to Cal Poly to participate in the conference including the Psi Chapter UCLA Beta Omicron ASU Iota Alpha Fresno State and even the Gamma chapter all the way from the University of Washington About 200 brothers and sisters of the Western District were in attendance The District Leadership Conference is an event that focuses on improving skills as both a leader in band and within respective chapters while also learning the same skills that are beneficial to succeeding in the real world after college Some of the seminars that the conference offered included understanding what kind of leader you are developing tactful communication skills and tools to organizing yourself and your chapter The weekend also focused on several service projects for the Iota Pi chapter including marching band uniform cleaning Music Department facility maintenance and creating posters with musical tips for elementary school music classes The weekend

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Emu/newsletter/13spring/kkp.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Mustang Band Twirler - 2013 Spring Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly- 2011 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    represented the Cal Poly Mustang Band in the National Baton Twirling Association California State Championships on Nov 18 2012 in Long Beach Taylor competed in four categories one baton two baton three baton and strutting women s age 16 and older She won the preliminaries for all categories and won three out of four in the finals first place in one two and three baton and second place in strutting

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Emu/newsletter/13spring/twirler.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Events - 2013 Spring Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    Orchesis and Soloists Soundboard Newsletter 2013 Spring Calendar of Events Calendar of Events Upcoming Spring 2013 Events April 11 13 The Magic Flute presented by Student Opera Theatre OperaSLO April 19 Cal Poly Open House Concert April 21 Cal Poly All State Festival May 9 Michael Leopold Theorbo Recital May 24 Early Music Ensemble Mission Milestones May 31 Jazz Night Concert with Mike Vax June 1 Symphony Spring Concert Music

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  • The Magic Flute - 2013 Spring Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    co opera pairs outstanding student singers from Cal Poly s Music Department performing lead roles alongside internationally acclaimed opera singers Select student instrumentalists will also perform with OperaSLO s professional orchestra The collaboration features members of the Cuesta College North County Chorus under the direction of Cassandra Tarantino The performances will be sung in English with projected supertitles The two act opera is a supernatural fantasy that weaves together an unusual combination of comical and serious characters magic animals a serpent an evil queen a maiden in distress two bird catchers and a prince Accompanied by a 38 piece orchestra a 35 voice choir and a large number of principal and supporting roles The Magic Flute guarantees stage time for all Cal Poly Music Department voice emphasis music majors Cal Poly singers and professional singers Ben Gulley April Amante Benito Galindo and Jennie Litster will alternate performance nights Students Ellie Sanders and Katelyn Holliday sing two of the lead roles Sanders as Pamina the Queen of the Night s daughter and Holliday as Papagena who helps Papageno find true happiness Shaina Levin Allison Chang and Leah Ginsky are the Three Ladies in service of the Queen With voices of angels the Three Spirits Alexis Rubell Taylor Safina and Lauren Moore lead Prince Tamino biochemistry major Ryan Hicken to the Temple of Sarastro English major Mark Mendez is his Priest and Speaker Monostatos a servant of the Queen is sung by music major Andrew Redel and aided by Slaves played by Earvin Ramos and Jacob Nichols also music majors Cal Poly Music Department graduates Nic Garrison Whitney Westbrook and Theresa Riforgiate lend their fine voices to the chorus The Cal Poly Lion Dance Team will perform as the evil serpent that attacks Prince Tamino Brian Asher Alhadeff will serve as music

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  • Alumni Update - 2013 Spring Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    Poleinski and many others Ted Shu Ted Shu 2009 Music 2005 09 Clarinet Ensemble Wind Ensemble Symphony Wind Quintet From January 2010 March 2012 I had the honor of serving in the Peace Corps in South Africa I taught music math English computer skills and wrote grants for a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping victims of rape and abuse When I arrived at the elementary school where I was assigned to teach music I realized I had left an important resource at home the binder of music lessons I had made while in Dr McLamore s Music for Classroom Teachers course Next time I will be sure to bring it My experiences there challenged my perception of myself and of my own country causing me to rethink many American ideals and values Although I have only been back in the U S for a year I know that the experiences I had in South Africa will enrich the rest of my life Thankfully I had access to musical facilities that literally saved me from losing my mind In a country I barely knew I relied on my musical skills and knowledge to spread understanding of Americans and to teach values like diversity and tolerance Like the Cal Poly Music Department South Africa will always hold special memories of friends teachers and music Lauren Wasynczuk Lauren Wasynczuk 2012 Music 2007 12 Wind Ensemble Saxophone Ensemble Symphony Chamber Winds Wind Quintet Graduate school at Hartt has been keeping me very busy My saxophone professor Carrie Koffman placed me in a wonderful saxophone quartet with the other three new graduate students I m playing alto and I m enjoying getting more experience playing a different part especially since I played soprano primarily at Cal Poly Collectively we came up with a name for

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  • Faculty Activities - 2013 Spring Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly- 2011 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    under the baton of Matt Oltman and with Russell playing baroque guitar premiered Russell s reconstruction of Ignacio de Jerusalem s Mass in F The piece had been a staple in the Mexico City Cathedral in the mid 1700s and eventually found its way to California More of Russell s research came to light in May and June when he went on tour with the San Francisco based choir Chanticleer with whom he has worked on numerous tours and recording projects This particular endeavor was called Mission Road II and featured works by Mexican Baroque composer Antonio de Salazar and California mission gems from the era Russell spent the latter part of June in one of his favorite cities Barcelona where he has been teaching with regularity at their Barcelona Festival of Song He was elected a corresponding member to the Reial Acadèmia Catalana de Belles Arts de Sant Jordi Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Cataluña Saint George This distinction is rarely awarded to someone not native to that region of Spain In July he was in Germany and attended the Mainz Music Festival where Nicolai Spiess conducted the European premiere of Russell s Rhapsody for Horn and Orchestra with the young horn soloist Christian Illgner playing the difficult solo part In August Russell served as one of the producers for the San Luis Symphony s recording sessions of José María Gallardo del Rey s new masterpiece Glosas a double concerto for guitar violin and orchestra The CD is ready for release Russell has been active with his rock and roll research as well At the annual meeting of the Society for Ethnomusicology and American Musicological Society held in New Orleans in late October and early November he presented a paper titled Seeds Rats Barbs and Panthers SDS Weatherman

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Emu/newsletter/13spring/faculty/ (2016-02-13)
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