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  • Alumni Bring 'Hideo' to PAC - 2011 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly- 2011 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    New Applied Faculty Mustangs Multiplying Vocal News 2011 Graduates New Music Majors Fall Dinner Photo Soundboard Newsletter 2011 Fall Alumni Bring Hideo to PAC Alumni Bring Anime and Video Game Music Concert to Cal Poly Nov 5 Blair Baker Chris Pasillas The concert event NPR is calling a video game symphony on steroids will make its Central Coast debut on Saturday Nov 5 at 8 p m in the Performing Arts Center Hideo was created and produced by Cal Poly alumni Blair Baker who graduated in 2006 with a Computer Engineering degree and Music minor and Christopher Pasillas a 2006 Music graduate Hideo is a one of a kind experience combining live music from Japanese animation anime and video games with dramatic performance to tell the tale of a reckless young hero Hideo a mysterious traveler and the dark secret that ties them together Fourteen Cal Poly students are involved in the production including nine instrumentalists and three vocalists Music major Lauren Wasynczuk will conduct the orchestral piece an eight minute original arrangement of various battle themes from several video games Hideo features a diverse selection of jazz rock opera and orchestral music from internationally acclaimed anime series and video

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  • Michael Leopold - 2011 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly- 2011 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    Tamerlano in Barcelona s opera house the Grand Teatre del Liceu starring such artists as Plácido Domingo Sarah Fox Bejun Mehta and Anne Sofie von Otter Naturally I bought tickets From my seat I could see the performers well What a surprise when I realized the fabulous baroque guitar and theorbo player accompanying the arias and recitatives was Michael Leopold who graduated from the Cal Poly Music Department in 1995 He had been my guitar student and it was so incredibly exciting to see and hear him Michael and I met later to catch up After Cal Poly he earned his master s degree in historical plucked instruments from Sacramento State University 1998 and a degree in lute and theorbo from L Instituto di Musica Antica of the Accademia Internazionale della Musica 2004 in Milan Italy He has risen in his career to be the basso continuo player especially in Baroque opera He has played with the most prestigious groups around including the Orchestra Verdi di Milano Opera Australia and Washington National Opera Major recording labels Stradivarius Glossa Naïve and Naxos all have Michael prominently featured on their releases What exuberant reviews he has been receiving In the Glimmerglass Opera

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  • Alumni - 2011 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    Use the alumni e mail directory Facebook PolyLink Thomas A Tom Fortson 1971 Industrial Technology 1967 71 Men s Glee Club World Famous Majors Minors After living in Santa Cruz Calif for the last 25 years we ve joined the UCSC that is the Ukulele Club of Santa Cruz the largest Ukulele club in the world I ve been playing some of the songs that we sang at Cal Poly and they sound pretty good My wife Stefanie tells me that anyway Does anyone still have the sheet music to Robert Frost s Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening I ve been trying to reconstruct it from memory and need some help I ve been in touch with Steve Hastings Glee Club and Majors Minors and would love to reconnect with more from the 1967 71 era David P Grow 1975 Electronics Engineering 1970 75 Marching Band Jazz Band Symphonic Band Orchestra Spent six and a half years in the U S Marine Corps as an electronic warfare officer for which I flew the EA 6B a four seat aircraft spent eight years in the fields of electrical engineering and program management and more than 22 years in federal civil service as an engineer project manager and supervisor I sing and teach vocal music in church and practice trombone irregularly Preparing to retire at end of 2011 with plans to increase instrumental practice and join a local group William Bill A Holland 1969 Architectural Engineering 1966 69 Men s Glee Club Worked for the City of Los Angeles for 30 years as an architect and retired in 1999 Then worked as a consultant for an additional six years For the last four years I ve been involved in the Southern Crescent Chorale where I sing bass Am married to

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  • In Memoriam - 2011 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly- 2011 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    in the U S Navy during the Korean War He had a long career as a freelance studio trombonist in Los Angeles He performed at television and film studios and played with many orchestras and bands including those led by Nelson Riddle Henry Mancini Michel Legrand Bill Conti Les Brown and Harry James Main s motion picture television and recording credits include performances with great artists such as Frank Sinatra Mel Torme Bob Hope and Tony Bennett He was an internationally renowned teacher and educator sought out by students and professional brass players Our 2011 Jazz Night Concert on May 21 featured trombonist Bill Watrous Watrous a friend of Main s dedicated the concert to him The department s May 17 All That Brass concert was also dedicated to him The Music Department will host a memorial recital in Main s honor It is still in the planning stages details will be announced soon Please visit our Roy Main Web page for updates While our music community misses his gracious smiling presence and his inspired teaching we are grateful that we all received the benefit of his artistry pedagogy determination and patience The Main family asks that memorial donations be made to the Roy Main Olga Termini Music Scholarship a student scholarship Main originated when he retired from Cal State Los Angeles administered by the CSULA Friends of Music Peggy Peterson The Music Department and the entire San Luis Obispo arts community lost a wonderful and generous friend and advocate when Peggy Peterson passed away on Tuesday April 19 Peggy along with her late husband Gerry who passed away in 2008 supported the arts and education with a joyous dedication and passion for many many years Peggy summed up her philosophy of life quite simply When you have two hands

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  • Donors - 2011 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    Video Game Music Concert Michael Leopold Sighted in Barcelona Alumni Update In Memoriam Roy Main Peggy Peterson Donors SLO Symphony 50th Calendar of Events Faculty News New Applied Faculty Mustangs Multiplying Vocal News 2011 Graduates New Music Majors Fall Dinner Photo Soundboard Newsletter 2011 Fall Donors Donors Please consider a donation to the Music Department March September 2011 indicates previously donated indicates donation of 200 or more Charles B Karen Adamson Judy Anderson Thomas G Allen Meridyth Astrosky Marilyn M Baty Cam M Eric V Beck Carol F Raymond E Boche Jerry Boots Cricket Handler Robert M Ruth D Bostrom Broad Street Car Wash Ann N Brooks Anne M Brown Laurel M Cadena Judy Christopher Donner Janice Frank Doting Jack Erhart Marguerite E Donald E Erickson Jennifer P Fritsche Coralee S James Gaytan Joel Gross Sondra S Richard A Hackborn Henry W Bull Foundation Linda Thomas A Hurd Lawrence R Diane Kelley Betty E Kiger Kathlyne E John B Lowe Hella K Nordberg Lisa Pete K O Bara Anne M Ohlig Arthur W Patsy R Ronat Lonny G Dominique Simonian SLO County Jazz Federation Charles R Nell Stallings Stewart Family Trust Suzanne C Stroh Moon Ja Minn Paul T Suhr

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  • Department Helps SLO Symphony Celebrate 50 - 2011 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    Department Helps SLO Symphony Celebrate 50 Photo by Simo Nylander courtesy of SLO Symphony The Cal Poly Choirs joined the Cuesta Master Chorale and the San Luis Obispo Symphony in two performances of Beethoven s 9th Symphony this past May It was an honor to be asked by the San Luis Obispo Symphony to participate in a concert recognizing the organization s 50 year anniversary Over 200 musicians were on

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  • Events - 2011 Spring Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    Soundboard Newsletter 2011 Fall Calendar of Events Calendar of Events Upcoming Fall 2011 Events Oct 20 and 25 Christopher M Cock Recital and Master Class Oct 28 Parents Weekend Ensemble Showcase Nov 1 Vocal Master Class with Erik Stein and Jacqueline Hildebrand Nov 5 Faculty Chamber Ensemble Recital Nov 18 Bandfest Nov 19 Symphony Fall Concert Spiller Plays Grieg Dec 2 Fall Jazz Concert Dec 3 Choirs A Christmas Celebration

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  • Faculty Activities - 2011 Fall Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    endeavors by faculty students and staff and celebrated its 25th year during the conference D Avignon is the first vice president for the Cal Poly chapter of Phi Beta Delta and served as international president of the society when it was headquartered in Washington D C D Avignon continues work on her class piano textbook Piano for Fun by writing original solo and duet works for piano as well as arranging well known folk and classical compositions She is using several of those pieces with her current piano classes She is a member of the San Luis Obispo Symphony board of directors and serves on their executive and artistic committees This year she is a new member of the Paderewski Festival Board promoting the legacy of Ignacy Jan Paderewski the famous Polish statesman and concert pianist who visited Paso Robles for the hot springs that brought relief to his ailing hands He became enchanted with the area and in the early 1900s purchased land where he planted zinfandel and petit syrah grapes that produced award winning wines The Los Angeles Times stated Some of his Zinfandel was as coveted as his music Paderewski events promote this wedding of excellent music and wines Jacalyn Kreitzer Jacalyn Kreitzer applied voice teacher and lecturer attended a two day symposium in Salt Lake City Utah titled Semi Occluded Vocal Tract Voice Therapy and Diagnostic Techniques which was presented by the National Center for Voice and Speech and the University of Utah She attended because she has encountered many students suffering from gastrointestinal reflux disease GERD and temporomandibular joint disorder TMJ dysfunction There were numerous speech language pathologists and otolaryngologists from Europe and the U S who outlined solutions and healing techniques for poorly functioning vocal cords including nodes breathiness striations and weakness She has

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