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A Conversation with Composer Rollo Dilworth

The College of New Jersey Department of Music with a consortium of 20 arts organizations announces the commission of Weather, a large-scale work for choir and chamber winds by Dr. Rollo Dilworth that sets Professor Claudia Rankine’s poem of the same name. Rankine’s poem ‘Weather’ appeared on the front cover of the June 21, 2020 issue of The New York Times. It takes a hard look at the climate in America as it relates to systemic racism, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the global COVID pandemic. Here is Dr. Dilworth talking about the piece and his compositional process. Stay tuned for more information about the world premiere performances on October 29 and 30, 2021 at TCNJ.

» A Conversation with Composer Rollo Dilworth (08/11/21)

Music Faculty Spotlight: Salut d’Amor, Op. 12

Salut d'Amor, Op. 12 by Edward Elgar performed by TCNJ Department of Music faculty Uli Speth (volin) and Tomoko Kanamaru (piano) in Mildred E. and Ernest Mayo Concert Hall at The College of New Jersey, January 27, 2021.

» Music Faculty Spotlight: Salut d’Amor, Op. 12 (04/28/21)

Music Faculty Spotlight: Estrellita

Estrellita by Manuel Ponce (trans. by Jascha Heifetz) performed by TCNJ Department of Music faculty Uli Speth (violin) and Tomoko Kanamaru (piano) in Mildred E. and Ernest Mayo Concert Hall at The College of New Jersey, January 27, 2021.

» Music Faculty Spotlight: Estrellita (04/22/21)

TCNJ Jazz Ensemble Performs Naima

Among thousands of concerts canceled around the world due to the coronavirus pandemic, the TCNJ Jazz Ensemble presents a virtual performance of John Coltrane’s “Naima” arranged by Manny Mendelson.

» TCNJ Jazz Ensemble Performs Naima (03/23/21)

TCNJ Virtual Alma Mater Project

The virtual alma mater features performances by members of the TCNJ Concert Band and Wind Ensemble, and TCNJ voice students.

» TCNJ Virtual Alma Mater Project (03/23/21)

TCNJ Chorale Performs King David – Part Two

TCNJ Chorale performs Arthur Honegger’s King David; A Symphonic Psalm. The performance features Professor of Music John Leonard as the conductor, and students Cassie Ackerman, Brianna Carson and Emily Obenauer as sopranos; Monica Alverado, Lauranne Holgado and Maura McFadden as mezzo-sopranos; and Joseph Rippert as a tenor. Professor of English Glenn Steinberg narrates the performance. The King David Collaboration Across Boundaries Project, a collaboration between Steinberg's The Bible as Literature course and Leonard's Chorale course, involved a student-informed performance of Arthur Honegger’s King David. For the performance, Steinberg's students put together the concert program and wrote the extensive notes that are included in it and Leonard's students performed movements of the musical score.

» TCNJ Chorale Performs King David – Part Two (03/23/21)

TCNJ Chorale Performs Part One of Arthur Honegger’s King David; A Symphonic Psalm

TCNJ Chorale performs part 1 of Arthur Honegger’s King David; A Symphonic Psalm. The performance features Professor of Music John Leonard as the conductor, and students Cassie Ackerman, Brianna Carson and Emily Obenauer as sopranos; Monica Alverado, Lauranne Holgado and Maura McFadden as mezzo-sopranos; and Joseph Rippert as a tenor. Professor of English Glenn Steinberg narrates the performance. The King David Collaboration Across Boundaries Project, a collaboration between Steinberg's The Bible as Literature course and Leonard's Chorale course, involved a student-informed performance of Arthur Honegger’s King David. For the performance, Steinberg's students put together the concert program and wrote the extensive notes that are included in it and Leonard's students performed movements of the musical score.

» TCNJ Chorale Performs Part One of Arthur Honegger’s King David; A Symphonic Psalm (03/23/21)

Music Faculty Spotlight: Sweet Melody

TCNJ Department of Music faculty Uli Speth (violinist) and Tomoko Kanamaru (pianist) perform Sweet Melody by Lauren Bernofsky in Mildred E. and Ernest Mayo Concert Hall at The College of New Jersey, January 27, 2021.

» Music Faculty Spotlight: Sweet Melody (03/1/21)

Student Shorts

Tides

Katrina Bragat ’20 knows how easy it is to feel alienated and have little to no representation in mainstream American media. Through her senior capstone, pre-COVID-19, Bragat was interested in helping Asian Americans like herself tell their own narratives and increase realistic representation of themselves. Though she was not able to complete that project she was able to produce a new video project called “Tides.” Warning: The video contains explicit language that may be offensive to some viewers.

» Tides (03/23/21)

COM 312: The Art of Editing Video

As the world navigates through the complexities and uncertainties of the coronavirus pandemic, many look for different outlets to escape the current reality. Jake Leuzzi ’20, who received a degree in interactive multimedia, turned to the art of digital storytelling to channel his emotions and share a motivational message in this video for COM 312: The Art of Editing Video.

» COM 312: The Art of Editing Video (03/23/21)

Quarantined: Virtual Interviews

A senior project by Nicole Rossilli ’20 features interviews of 40 individuals telling their stories of how the coronavirus directly affected them.

» Quarantined: Virtual Interviews (03/23/21)

Contact

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609.771.2278

arts@tcnj.edu

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