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STEAM3 Concert: Shimon Demo
GSU faculty members Martin Norgaard (violin) and Gordon Vernick (trumpet) jamming at the recent STEAM3 conference with Gil Weinberg’s group including Shimon. Shimon is an improvising robotic marimba player.
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- Florence Kopleff’s Archives Newly AccessibleThe School of Music and the University Library are pleased to report that the Florence Kopleff Collection is now catalogued and the finding aid (search) is online and fully functional at: http://digitalcollections.library.gsu.edu/cdm/ref/collection/findingaids/id/2265 The collection can be assessed by those interested in researching – or simply knowing more about – Kopleff’s singing career, the history… more »News
- Georgia State University Opera Theater Competition WinsGeorgia State University Opera Theater rocked The National Opera Association’s national convention with two impressive achievements in the Collegiate Opera Scene Competition, which was part of the convention. GSU Opera Theater undergraduates Carolyn Balkovetz, soprano and Kirby Eicholtz, tenor won first place in Division I – for artists under 23 years old- with their duet… more »News
- Georgia State University Bands High School Concerto CompetitionThe 2nd Annual Georgia State University Bands High School Concerto Competition Georgia State University Bands is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual High School Concerto Competition for winds and percussion. The competition is open to high school musicians (grades 9-12) who play a woodwind, brass or percussion instrument. Each winner will receive a cash prize: First… more »News
- Arts at GSUArts at GSU is a monthly publication of fine arts programming at Georgia State University. Offerings from The Center for Collaborative and International Arts (CENCIA), Five Points: A Journal of Literature and Art, Rialto Center for the Arts, the School of Music, the Welch School of Art and Design, the Welch School of Galleries and… more »News