Music

The Future Is Now: Computer-based music series continues October 1

The New Jersey Digital Audio Concert (NJDAC) series, featuring performances of original, computer-based music presented by Rutgers students, faculty, and guest artists, is set for Sunday, October 1, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. in Mortensen Hall’s Shindell Choral Hall. The concert is free and open to the public; no tickets are required.

Instructor, French Horn

Choral, University Choir

Instructor, Horn

 

Instructor, Double Bass

Coordinator of Brass, Assistant Director of University Bands and Athletic Bands, Music Education

Assistant Professor

James Busuito is a member of the faculty of the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University and is the assistant director of Athletic Bands. He is an instructor for the Marching Scarlet Knights and Pep Bands, and he conducts the Rutgers University Symphony Band and Brass Ensemble.

Instructor, Piano

Associate Director of University Bands, Director of Athletic Bands
Assistant Professor,  Music Education
 

Assistant Professor, Composition, Music Theory

Scott Ordway (1984, Santa Cruz, CA) is a composer, conductor, and an assistant professor of Composition and Theory at Rutgers University. From 2017–19, he will be a fellow at American Opera Projects in New York City. His work is multidisciplinary, fusing instrumental and vocal music with original text, video, digital soundscape, and experimental theater to explore a diverse array of contemporary themes including natural landscape, protest and revolution, and the lives of cities.