Music

CHORAL AUDITIONS Fall 2018

 

ALL CHORAL ENSEMBLES ARE OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AT RUTGERS UNIVERSITY

 

Trumpet

Multifaceted percussion student refuses to be defined by dwarfism

When Andrew Bambridge received acceptances from both the acting and music programs at Rutgers’ Mason Gross School of the Arts last year, a rarity for the school, he faced a tough decision.

Department Administrator

Kimberly Borden is responsible for managing the financial operations and personnel for the Music Department. She works closely with Music Department leadership as well as the Dean’s Office. She oversees the department budget and financial activities. Borden is also responsible for all department staff including admissions, communications, concert bureau, recording services, and ensemble and special event management.

Borden earned both her BA (Economics) and MBA from Cornell University.
 

Jazz piano faculty Fred Hersch nominated for two Grammy Awards

Jazz piano faculty member and Rutgers Distinguished Artist  Fred Hersch is nominated for two Grammys this year: Best Jazz Instrumental Album for Open Book, and Best Improvised Jazz Solo for Whisper Not. Hersch has been nominated multiple times.

Laptop orchestra to perform March 4 in free concert

Music Technology at Mason Gross (MTMG) will present a free concert featuring the Princeton Laptop Orchestra (PLOrk, at left) on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at 7:30 p.m. The concert, also featuring a performance by the newly formed Rutgers Interactive Music Ensemble (RIME), will take place in Mortensen Hall’s Shindell Choral Hall. No tickets are required.

Cello

Henry Rutgers Term Chair in Piano