CTSA Launches Registration for 2015 Summer Academies in the Arts for High School and Middle School Students
IRVINE, Calif., (February 6, 2015) – The Claire Trevor School of the Arts (CTSA) at the University of California, Irvine launched registration for its 2015 Summer Academies in the Arts today. The Academies are part of a movement by the school to provide meaningful opportunities for the community to engage with the arts on campus at UCI and to contribute to youth development. These college and career preparatory intensives for high school and middle school students, and exploratory arts and learning camps for elementary school students, enhance students’ 21st century skills, and support college and career goals, self-confidence and leadership.
Talented and motivated students get practical and technical instruction in small classes taught by experienced undergraduate and graduate instructors, professionals in the field and, in some cases
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UCI Alumna, Shabnam Kalbasi, is one of four winners of the Nevada District’s Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, who will compete in February at Denver University’s Gates Concert Hall for the chance to sing at the Metropolitan Opera Grand Finals Concert.
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UCI Alum, Ry Bradley, is the recipient of the 2014 LA Music Awards "Country Artist of the Year".
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Professor Darryl Taylor along with John Holiday and G. Thomas Allen make up The Three Countertenors. These gifted African-American countertenors are making their LA Opera debuts in Henry Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas. Never before have three African-American countertenors been in one production together on an opera stage.
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IRVINE, Calif. (October 20, 2014) -- The Claire Trevor School of the Arts (CTSA) at the University of California, Irvine invites you to attend its fourth annual arts Open House on Thursday, November 6 from 5:30 – 8:00pm. As UCI and our School embark on this 50th anniversary year, the evening’s festivities will highlight our expansive legacy of learning and creativity. Admission to the event is free, so bring the whole family to enjoy an array of entertainment, many complementary food options, and live jazz on the arts plaza.
Our annual Open House offers a chance for audiences to go “behind the scenes” at CTSA, as we invite the public into a variety of our creative spaces. This fall in the University Art Galleries we feature a solo exhibition of paintings by Ed Moses, one of the School’s founding faculty members in Studio Art. The Beall Center for Art + Technology will also be open, offering an interactive show featuring the works of game designer Eddo Stern.
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Professor and Rawlins Chair of Music David Brodbeck presented a paper entitled “Eduard Hanslick and the German Liberal Quid Pro Quo” at 18th Biennial International Conference on Nineteenth-Century Music, held at the University of Toronto.
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Associate Professor of Music Theory, Amy Bauer, gave the lecture “Ideology, Compositional Process, Optics and Form in Georg Friedrich Haas’ In Vain” at the VIII European Music Analysis Conference in Leuven, Belgium in September and the Society for Music Theory Annual Meeting in Milwaukee in November.
Amy Bauer received a three-month stipend from the Paul Sacher Foundation in Basel, Switzerland to conduct research on the music of György Ligeti in Fall 2015.
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Read More: Amy Bauer Speaks at International Music Conference and Conducts Research on György Ligeti
Associate Professor of Music Amy Bauer was interviewed for the BBC Radio 3 documentary “Clocks and Clouds: An Adventure around György Ligeti,” produced by Alan Hall, which was nominated as a BBC 3 “pick of the week.” Bauer also gave papers at the Royal Musical Associations’ Music and Philosophy conference at Kings’ College, London, and at György Ligeti and Futures of Maverick Modernity conference in Maccagno, Italy.
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Professor of Music Christopher Dobrian was invited to lecture on his compositions and computer music research in a special doctoral seminar of the Université Paris- Sorbonne entitled “Entre l’idée et l’oeuvre” (Between the Idea and the Work) at the Ina GRM Studio in May. He also taught Classes in electroacoustic music composition, lectured on his specialized techniques of computerized composition, and presented his computer music in a public concert at the Conservatoire Iannis Xenakis à Evry.
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Welcome to the 50th Anniversary of UC Irvine — and to the Claire Trevor School of the Arts’ 2014-15 season of exciting exhibitions, performances, and special events. Since its founding in 1965, the School of Fine Arts has been a unique and vibrant presence in the community, nationally, and internationally, building from strength to strength across these five decades.
To celebrate our Golden Anniversary, we’re re-introducing some of our most notable founding faculty members: Dr. Robert Cohen, Claire Trevor Professor of Drama (and still a central member of the Drama Department), Dance’s Eugene Loring, Music’s Professor Emeritus H. Colin Slim, and several founding Art Department faculty members and students who are now part of any Who’s Who of Southern California art. Beyond these tributes, this year we’re building on our enormously successful 2013-14 season, in which CTSA was named — from a field of fortyeight nominees — Coast Magazine’s Top Arts Organization in Orange County,
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