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November 22nd, 3PM, in the Music Center Recital Hall.


Featuring work from Mozart, Faure, Wolf, Sondheim and more!

Free!

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Saturday, November 21st at 7:30 PM. Recital Hall

Conducted by Nicol Hammond

Presenting: The Life of Another: Music for a Season of Change


$10 General 
$8 Seniors (62+)
$6 Youth & Students w/ ID
(UCSC Discount: 2 tickets for $6 each for staff/faculty/Alumni. Assoc. w/ ID)

Tickets on sale at santacruztickets.com, the UCSC Ticket Office, 
and the Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium Box Office.
UCSC Ticket Office: 831-459-2159
Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium Box Office: 831-420-5260

Doors open 30 minutes before curtain.
Ticket window opens *1 hour* before curtain.
Parking: $4

Please arrive 30 minutes before curtain to allow time to park (and to take a shuttle, if necessary), pick up tickets at will-call, and be in your seat before curtain.
Late seating will be at the discretion of the management.

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Saturday, December 5, 2015 - 7:30pmMusic Center Recital Hall, UCSC

Directors Stan Poplin and Charles Hamilton lead jazz combos and big band. 


Program tba.

$10 General
$8 Seniors (62+)
$6 Youth & Students w/ ID
(UCSC Discount: 2 tickets for $6 each for staff/faculty/Alumni. Assoc. w/ ID)

Tickets on sale at santacruztickets.com, the UCSC Ticket Office,
and the Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium Box Office.
UCSC Ticket Office: 831-459-2159
Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium Box Office: 831-420-5260

Doors open 30 minutes before curtain.
Ticket window opens *1 hour* before curtain.
Parking: $4

Please arrive 30 minutes before curtain to allow time to park (and to take a shuttle, if necessary), pick up tickets at will-call, and be in your seat before curtain.
Late seating will be at the discretion of the management.

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On Monday 11/23, a performance workshop will be offered for instrumentalists in room 131 from 4:30-6:30. 

Students are invited to perform in and observe a masterclass with Greer Ellison (UCSC flute faculty) as director, and Mickey McGushin and Colin Hannon as accompanists.  For instrumentalists, particularly those preparing juries, this is an opportunity to perform publicly; to work through performance nerves and receive feedback and guidance. The performance workshop is open to all instrumentalists, and priority will go to students preparing for juries.  This is also an opportunity for fellow musicians to observe unfamiliar repertoire, and to support peers and offer feedback.  
Students playing juries accompanied by Mickey McGushin should sign up between 4:30 and 5:30.  Players accompanied by Colin can sign up from 5:30-6:30.  Those playing unaccompanied may sign up at any time.
Please sign up for the workshop here:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_ZmAYZUmvJGtpTkAJwsNcH6lZXzJX5e3PEkbguBWP2U/edit#gid=0

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Saturday, November 14th 7:30 PM

Music Center Recital Hall

UCSC Orchestra, Conducted by Bruce Kiesling

Performing Camille Saint Saens "Bacchanale" from Samson and Delila

&

Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 8 in F Major

Tickets on sale at santacruztickets.com, the UCSC Ticket Office, 
and the Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium Box Office.
UCSC Ticket Office: 831-459-2159
Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium Box Office: 831-420-5260

Doors open 30 minutes before curtain.
Ticket window opens *1 hour* before curtain.
Parking: $4

Please arrive 30 minutes before curtain to allow time to park (and to take a shuttle, if necessary), pick up tickets at will-call, and be in your seat before curtain.
Late seating will be at the discretion of the management.

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Jiyoon Jung is an ethnomusicologist specializing in South Korean contemporary musical culture. Her research interests include tracking omnifarious music cultural formations/transformations, especially in terms of the ways music is perceived in Korean society with issues of postcolonialism, nationalism, Orientalism, identity, cultural subjectivity, modernization and globalization. Jiyoon received her B.A. and M.A. in Musicology at Korea National University of Arts, Seoul. Her bachelor's thesis explored Globalization and Cultural Commodities: Displacement and Communication between Various Culture(2009), the dissertation for master's degree focuses on Changing Perspectives of Western Studies on Korean Music(2014). she is the winner of Young Scholar's Award in 2014 conferred by The Musicological Society of Korea.

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