Percussion Concert-Thursday

percussion

Thursday, April 10, 2014
Fine Arts Recital Hall
7:30 PM
FREE

Please join us on Thursday for a evening of unique percussion musicFor more information, please contact the Music office at x2088.

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Developing Artist Symposium 2014

Developing Artists Symposium

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MAS Event: Torq Percussion Ensemble

torqTorQ, a Canadian percussion quartet, has performed to critical acclaim across Canada and in many collaborative events. These artists are invested in music education and are committed to making music accessible to a wide variety of audiences. TorQ presents over 70 school performances a year and have premiered numerous works for percussion quartet.

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Faculty Showcase Recital – Sunday, February 23rd 3:00pm

faculty showcase

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Super Saturday this weekend! – Feb. 8th 2014

ScholarshipAuditionsThis coming Saturday is the music Departments official audition day for prospective students.  At “Super Saturday”, parents and students will be invited to attend performances and informational sessions about the University. Please contact the music department if you would like to make arrangements to audition at one of the SE Live dates or at another time.

Super Saturday Schedule

 

 

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Southeastern Chorale performs at state conference

The Southeastern Chorale — Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s premier vocal ensemble — was chosen to be a featured performer at the 2014 Oklahoma Music Educators Association Annual Conference.

Group-1The Chorale, under the direction of Dr. Stacy Weger, performed at the Holy Family Cathedral in Tulsa at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, January 16. This is the highest honor granted to performing organizations within the state.

This performance marked the third appearance of the Southeastern Chorale as an honor group in the last nine years.

The Chorale has also performed twice as a demonstration group for workshops at the conference.

The Chorale performed mostly a cappella choral works in varying styles. One of the highlights was presenting a new choral work based on a Native American story, “Celestial Dances of Children,” commissioned by the Southeastern Chorale and composed by David Childs.

The performance is another in an impressive succession of quality concerts and opportunities featuring the Southeastern Chorale. The group most recently performed in Europe with appearances in the cathedrals of Budapest, Vienna and Prague.

The Chorale embarked this winter on a regional tour through parts of Texas and Oklahoma.

Chorale members are voice students of Jeremy Blackwood, Elizabeth Knight and Sylvia Rivers. Dr. Tristan Eggener served as accompanist for this event.

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