Improvisation and collaboration are at the heart of jazz, which has made the past year a challenge for UVM music professor Patricia Julien. While missing face-to-face connections, however, the flutist has found different ways to reach out to other artists.
As of Then is an experimental collaboration between UVM faculty and students in music composition, music performance, dance choreography and video production during Fall 2020. Faculty started the conversation by imagining structure and prompts to inspire creativity.
From The Barre-Montpelier Times Argus:
When the Vermont Symphony Orchestra presents its second “Music for Days Like This,” online at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 19, it will feature some unlikely ensembles, including VSO percussionists D. Thomas Toner and Nicola Cannizzaro.
- D. Thomas Toner Performs "Sleep" in Virtual Marimba Choir
- Ray Vega Awarded the Ellen McCulloch-Lovell Award in Arts Education
- Distanced Digital Collaborations: Matt Larocca and the VT Quarantine Collective
- Music Major, Gabe Nathanson and his dad featured in NY Times article
- More about Gabe Nathanson, trumpeter, MTB Major and member of the UVM Jazz Ensemble
- Dean Falls Responds to Burlington Free Press Article
- Chair’s Statement about the 6/12/20 Burlington Free Press Article
- Sylvia Parker Retires
- 2020 Department Award Winners
- Together apart - UVM Symphony Orchestra creates digital performance
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