The [m] concert is a [m]odern festival of [m]usic curated by members of the Oregon Wind Ensemble. It is a FREE four hour concert event that takes place each Spring at the University of Oregon Frohnmayer Music Building. This year’s concert took place on Saturday April 30 from 4 – 8 p.m.
The University of Oregon Department of Dance will present DANCE 2010, the annual showcase of dance faculty members’ choreography, at the newly renovated Robinson Theatre February 4, 5, and 6 at 8 p.m.
One of the performances titled Harmonic Tremors” is a new group work that highlights creative works from four UO departments: dance, art, music and geological sciences. The fourteen-minute piece is choreographed by Brad Garner, assistant professor, Department of Dance, features an original score by Jeremy Schropp, a graduate student in electronic music, a dual-channel digital animation by John Park, an instructor of digital arts, Department of Art, and costumes by designer Dawn Marks.? With the help of geologists, Ruby McConnell and Kathy Cashman, this creative team has drawn inspiration from the subject of volcanoes, specifically how volcanoes impact and reflect the human experience.? “Harmonic Tremors” explores this dynamic phenomenon through dance and multimedia to create a three-dimensional experience that will literally leave audiences shaken.
AAD Professor John Fenn performs with I Am Spartacus at the Oak Street Speakeasy in Eugene, OR
I Am Spartacus gets down at the Oak Street Speakeasy, August 15th, 2008, in Eugene, Oregon. The lead singer on these selections is John Lysaker, and the accompanying musicians are Steve Brence, Jeff Stolle, John Fenn and Ben Saunders. Professor Lysaker is the Philosophy dept head at the University of Oregon (TK’s boss) and the others are his colleagues and former students at the U in the Business, Folklore and English depts.
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