The winner of this year’s composition is Quinn Mason for his work entitled: There’s Been A Breach Quinn Mason is currently a student at Richland College where he studies composition with Jordan Kuspa. For four years, Quinn studied with UTD’s Dr. Winston Stone who guided him through the fundamentals of music theory and composition. In June […]
Dates: February 21 – 23, 2017, at the Liberal Arts and Humanities Building Guest Composer: David Maslanka Guest Performing Ensemble: The Atlantic Brass Quintet Winner of the 2017 Student Composition Contest: Quinn Mason for his work entitled: There’s Been A Breach The symposium is free and open to the public. It will feature master classes, […]
Classical Ensembles Concert Thursday, November 17th 7:30pm Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, College Station The concert is free and open to the public Featured ensembles will include: Flute Quartet, Violin Duo with Piano, Experimental Trio (Alto Saxophone, Tuba and Marimba), Guitar Duo, Trombone Choir and Brass Trio. Among the highlights, we will feature special guest performers […]
The Performance and Culture Working Group Presents: Evie and Keith Terry Participatory Discussion-Performance: Body Music & Culture November 17, 2016 6 pm Black Box Theater Please join artist-scholars Evie and Keith Terry for a participatory workshop about body music styles from around the world. Body music uses nothing other than the human instrument to make […]
Marisol November 3-6 and 10-13 8pm/4pm Black Box Theatre Limited seating available. Boarding passes will be handed out on a “first come, first served” basis an hour before show time. Doors will open half an hour before show time. Must be checked in fifteen minutes prior to show time to guarantee your entry.
Scores are now being accepted for The Texas A&M University Composition Competition and Symposium 2016! For more information visit: http://performancestudies.tamu.edu/composition/
October 11-14 October 13: Sean Orr Trio Discussion/Performance about Texas Country and Folk Music; including Western Swing, Old-Time, Celtic, Honky Tonk, and Cajun Time: 7 pm Free Admission Black Box Theatre Limited seating. Distribution of tickets begins at 6 pm. First come, first serve! October 12: Folk Music Master Class Bring your fiddle/violin, mandolin, or […]
The music of YO is a weaving of the pure traditional musics of both Japan and India, together with the diverse sounds of the modern world community in which we live. The word YO actually means “World Community/Our Generation/Songs of the People” and in this spirit, we try to share the evolution of these ancient […]
Thank you to everyone who came out to support our inaugural Chamber Music Symposium! Our students, faculty, and members of the B/CS community had a great time enjoying the music of John Mackey, Tony Manfredonia, and the Apollo Chamber Players! Keep an eye open for the second Texas A&M University Chamber Music Symposium early next […]
Congratulations to PERF students Manuel Rodriguez and Alejandro Rodriguez, who were invited to perform for an event at President Young’s home last week. Way to represent the department, Manuel and Alejandro!