Music

Mezzo soprano Susan Quittmeyer has appeared regularly with the Metropolitan Opera and San Francisco Opera companies and has sung not only in the United States, but in Europe and Japan as well.

Experimental Music in Practice: Perspectives from Latin America

Richard H. Shindell Choral Hall (Mortensen Hall) on Douglass Campus

85 George Street , New Brunswick, NJ

Organized by Eduardo Herrera, Mason Gross School of the Arts, and Camilla Stevens, School of Arts and Sciences.

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Instructor, Trombone

Colin Williams joined the New York Philharmonic as the associate principal trombone in September 2014. He previously served as principal trombone of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra for 12 seasons, and principal trombone of the San Antonio Symphony, for three seasons. He has also performed with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra (of Washington, DC), and Houston Symphony.

Instructor, Bass Trombone

George Curran has been the bass trombonist of the New York Philharmonic since 2013. Previously, he was a member of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra for six years and was a fellow with the New World Symphony. He has also performed with Gerard Schwarz's All-Star Orchestra and the major orchestras of Cincinnati, Detroit, Colorado, North Carolina, and Alabama.

Drumming up ‘Food for the Soul’: Student percussionists perform at homeless shelter

When Rutgers Percussion Ensemble director Joe Tompkins brought his students to perform at the Ozanam Family Shelter in Edison, New Jersey, little did he know he would spend that December afternoon juggling a pair of sticky toddlers.

2015 Zeltsman Marimba Festival to feature 10 public concerts, June 28 through July 11

Zeltsman Marimba Festival 2015 at Rutgers University, co-sponsored by Mason Gross School of the Arts, is set for June 28 through July 11, 2015, in New Brunswick, NJ. The festival will feature a wide variety of concerts open to the public.
 

Rutgers band program celebrates 100 years

By Lisa Intrabartola

Long before bands roused stadium crowds to their feet at football games, they rallied their brothers-in-arms on battlefields and blared messages from castle tops.