Faculty In the News

Amy Bauer's Co-edited Collection of György Ligeti's Cultural Identities

Amy Bauer's co-edited collection György Ligeti's Cultural Identities was published this fall by Routledge.

Christopher Dobrian at the Seoul International Computer Music Festival

Christopher Dobrian was an invited scholar and composer at the Seoul International Computer Music Festival in October. There he gave a lecture about his research on "Gesture, Acceleration, and Expressivity", and his composition Point of No Arrival for cello and computer was performed by Hea Mee Kim at the Asia Culture Center in Gwangju.

Christopher Dobrian Completed a Five-University Tour

Christopher Dobrian completed a five-university tour of concerts, lectures, and master classes in early November through the southeast U.S. [at the University of South Florida, Furman University, Columbus State University, Georgia Southern University, and the Georgia Institute of Technology] with pianist Daniel Koppelman. The concerts featured several of his works for computerized piano, including the premiere of his latest piece Touch and Go for iPad-controlled piano.

Chris Dobrian and Mari Kimura Honoring Jean-Claude Risset

Chris Dobrian and Mari Kimura performed a memorial concert honoring composer and computer music pioneer Jean-Claude Risset in Winifred Smith Hall on November 17.

John Schneiderman of the Schneiderman-Yamaya Duo Performed Several CD Release Concerts

In support of their Hänssler Classic recording “Beethoven for Two Guitars,” guitarist John Schneiderman of the Schneiderman-Yamaya Duo performed several CD Release Concerts, a UCI recital on November 4th, followed by a performance November 11th for the Musica Maestrale early music series in Portland.  On December 2nd and 3rd they will perform in New Haven, including at the Yale Collection of Musical Instruments where they will also hold a masterclass for the Yale graduate students in guitar.  

 

Nicole Mitchell Held a Residency at UCLA in November

Flutist, composer and improvisor Nicole Mitchell held a residency at UCLA November 8–9, giving a lecture, workshop and performance with pianist Billy Childs, vocalist Dwight Trible and bassist Mark Dresser (more information attached). Her tribute to the late composer-improvisor Muhal Richard Abrams appeared in the November issue of The Wire

Sarah Koo, Top 100 Influencer in Orange County

Sarah Koo, the professional cellist and music teacher drove a half-dozen of her UC Irvine students to Las Vegas to soothe souls after 604 people were killed or wounded in a storm of bullets during a concert on the Strip. 

Molly Lynch Participated as a Judge at the 20th Annual Choreography Festival

Molly Lynch was invited to participate as a Judge for Division 1 (professional level) at the 20th Annual Choreography Festival at the McCallum Theatre in Palm Deser on November 11, 2017.

Dance Students participate in the East Meets West Festival in China

Ten students and three faculty members from the Department of Dance were invited to participate in the "East Meets West" International Dance Festival in Shanghai, China. Students had the opportunity to participate in master classes, seminars, and workshops with local artists and students. Professors Tong Wang, John Crawford, and Kelli Sharp gave lectures and presentations at the festival. The following faculty also presented choreography: Tong Wang, Donald McKayle, and Lisa Naugle. Student Radhanath Thialan was also selected to showcase his choreography. The collaboration was part of the departments ongoing "China Initiative" which supports academic collaboration with China and increases the visibility and influence of the UCI Claire Trevor School of the Arts Department of Dance in China and the local Chinese community.

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