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Amy Bauer Keynote Speaker at West Coast Conference on Music Theory and Analysis

Amy Bauer delivered the keynote lecture "'Did You Say Post-Spectral,': The orchestral imaginary in millenium works by Tulve, Dalbavie and Haas," at the at the 27th annual meeting of the West Coast Conference on Music Theory and Analysis, April 6–8 at San Diego State University.


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UCI Symphony’s meaningful connection with Santa Ana High School through develops through music

UC IRVINE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA’S ADOPTION OF SANTA ANA HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA CONTINUES TO GROW, DEEPENING A MEANINGFUL CONNECTION FOR ALL

Irvine, Calif., (April 2, 2018) – “This collaboration has never been about developing musicians, it has always been about developing young people who have been valued and encouraged in a way that they can now see themselves going to college, continuing their education and taking advantage of opportunities. Music is how we are connecting with them, but this is bigger than music,” said Maestro Stephen Tucker, conductor of the UC Irvine (UCI) Claire Trevor School of the Arts Symphony Orchestra.

Six years into an adoption of the Santa Ana High School (SAHS) symphony orchestra, the UCI Music Department is flooding the SAHS students and teachers with opportunities to learn and grow through music. The emphasis remains the same, youth development, exposing them to college and career pathways, and using music as the tool.
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San Diego Tribune's: 10 Things to Watch in Music this Spring

Michael Dessen, Associate Professor and the Robert and Marjorie Rawlins Chari of Music and Nicole Mitchell, Music Professor are to play with the Mark Dresser Quintet on Friday, March 30.

Expect a night of dazzling aural adventure when San Diego contrabass great Mark Dresser is joined by a stellar band featuring the superb flutist Nicole Mitchell, rising piano phenom Joshua White and trombonist Michael Dessen.


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San Diego Tribune's: 10 Things to Watch in Music this Spring

Michael Dessen, Associate Professor and the Robert and Marjorie Rawlins Chari of Music and Nicole Mitchell, Music Professor are to play with the Mark Dresser Quintet on Friday, March 30.

Expect a night of dazzling aural adventure when San Diego contrabass great Mark Dresser is joined by a stellar band featuring the superb flutist Nicole Mitchell, rising piano phenom Joshua White and trombonist Michael Dessen.


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An Evening with Darryl Taylor in New York

Darryl Taylor will perform "An Evening with Darryl Taylor" on April 3, 2018 at the National Opera Center in New York. His program will feature works recorded by him as well as severarl explicitly written for him.


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An Evening with Darryl Taylor in New York

Darryl Taylor will perform "An Evening with Darryl Taylor" on April 3, 2018 at the National Opera Center in New York. His program will feature works recorded by him as well as severarl explicitly written for him.


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Nicole Mitchell received Champion of New Music Award

Nicole Mitchell is one of three recipients of the American Composers Forum "Champion of New Music Award." The Champion of New Music Award was established as a national mark of recognition to honor individuals and ensembles that have made a significant and sustained contribution over time to the work and livelihoods of contemporary composers. 


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Nicole Mitchell received Champion of New Music Award

Nicole Mitchell is one of three recipients of the American Composers Forum "Champion of New Music Award." The Champion of New Music Award was established as a national mark of recognition to honor individuals and ensembles that have made a significant and sustained contribution over time to the work and livelihoods of contemporary composers. 


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The Brahms Requiem brings 19th-century music masterpieces to the Irvine Barclay Theatre.

THE BRAHMS REQUIEM BRINGS 19TH-CENTURY MUSIC MASTERPIECES TO THE IRVINE BARCLAY THEATRE.

Irvine, Calif., March 2, 2018 - The University of California, Irvine’s Department of Music will present the combining forces of the UCI Chamber Orchestra and UCI Chamber Singers, the Bob Cole Conservatory Chamber Choir (Cal State Long Beach), and the Riverside City College Chamber Singers in the captivating sounds of A German Requiem performing on March 9th at 8pm at the Irvine Barclay Theatre. Under the direction of Dr. Stephen Tucker, the triple dynamics of the orchestra hope to move the audience with the captivating sounds of the 19th-century masterpieces through mixed sounds of classical instruments and a variety of vocal ranges in both compositions.

"This will be an evening of reflection and praise!” says Dr. Stephen Tucker, Associate Professor in Music and Director of the UCI Symphony Orchestra. “I would certainly hope that the audience, like the
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Max Haymer to Perform at the Irvine Barclay Theatre in March

Max Haymer (BM, 2007) has been touring with jazz legend Arturo Sandoval. He will be performing with Sandoval at the Irvine Barclay Theatre on March 10. Haymer has toured internationally, performing at major jazz festivals and venues with a diverse range of renowned artists, and he has also released his debut recording as a bandleader, titled Pickpocket Witness, comprised entirely of Haymer's original compositions. Haymer is also a Lead Mentor for the LA Jazz Society's Bill Green Mentorship Program. 


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