Arts

Winter Music Concert 2021: Reflections

Reflections: A Compilation of Musical Moments and Ideas

Friday, December 10, 4:30 pm and 7:00 pm

The Music Department warmly invites you to our Winter Concert on December 10, 2021. We will have two shows, one at 4:30 pm and one at 7:00 pm in the Guild and Commons.
 
This year, Daniel and I have reflected on how rich in-person teaching is. We can construct complicated chords together, grapple with challenging music theory concepts, sing in harmony together, and jam as musicians in one room! As we get back into the groove this semester, we have compiled a collection of musical moments to share with you. 
 
The Advanced Musicianship class has been working on their capstone project, culminating in a mini lecture and demonstration which they will be sharing with you! Projects include: The Difference between Fiddle and Violin, Singing Around the World, Sampling in Rap Music, Early Video Game Music, and more. 
 
Jazz Band and Rock Band have been honing in on their performance skills by learning scales and licks, discussion and practicing improvisation, and learning new music together. They will be sharing a few tunes from both the Jazz and Rock canon. 
 
Foundation Arts: Music has explored the ways that music can impact our brains, our emotions, and our lives as well as playing ukulele, taiko drums, and composing digital music. The Foundation Arts students will be giving you an insight into some of the music and musical ideas they have learned this semester. 
 
The music Exploratories have truly been "exploring" repertoire together, and the Choir Exploratory will be featured. 
 
We hope you will join us for an afternoon and evening of musical performance and conversation. You will surely learn something new and walk away inspired by the work of these music students.

Warmly,
Amanda McFadden and Daniel Reiter

Covid-19 Protocols

All attendees must RSVP in advance and must provide proof of vaccination or negative Covid test taken within the last 72 hours (PCR preferred). Submit here.
  
All guests must wear masks for the duration of the show.
Advanced Musicianship
Mason Clark '22
Annabella Curotto '24
Roman Cushman '23
Keira Engdahl '22
Jeremy Felton '22
Madeline Felton '24
Ulises Frick '22
Zach Fuette '24
Julian Luciano '23
Oliver Miller '22
Isaac Sanders '24
Luke Stenger '24
Drew Storino '22
Lukas Updegraff '24

Jazz Band
Brodie Castañeda '25
Donovan Doss '24
Maddie Felton '24
Koen Flocco '25
Ben Flora '24
Zach Fuette '24
Renika Gan '25
Flip Kimball '24
Chad Smith '25
Luke Stenger '24
Luke Weathers '23
Foundation Arts Music
Brodie Castañeda '25
Trigo Castellanos Palacios '25
Maya Cookhorn '25
Paloma Ledesma Weiss'25
Sebastien Luciano '25
Alexa McCannell '25
Lydia McKown '25
Hudson Meyer '25
Quincy Mitchell '25
Tabs Monterrey Seitchik '25
Avery Novograd '25
Maeve O'Keeffe '25
Paulina Oscar-Ramirez '25
Julian Peay '25
Nishan Permalla '25
Sydney Shayewitz '25
Marin Wight '25
Caroline Young '25
Matteo Zanin '25

Rock Band
Kate Bruntlett '25
Roman  Cushman '23
Ryan Farber '23
Paul Macievich '25
Danny Reidy '25
Exploratory Choir
Julia Cameron '22
Lorna Fowles '22
Becca Gordon
Jillian Hamann '23
Jadyn Heselton '23
Talulah Juniper '23
Oona McKnight
Paul Macievich '25
Theo Marvin '23
Gabriel O'Connor '24
Kyra Shi '23
Irma Spars
Izzy Weaver '23
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