Music

Instructor, Trombone

Rutgers Percussion Ensemble fuses music and visual art by working from a graphic score

Greg Riss admits it: He was nervous.

And why not? The percussionist had been trained his entire life to take direction from an agreed-upon language of notes and markings running horizontally from left to right across a five-line staff. 

Raising his voice: Vocal student convinces sports-radio jocks that opera and sports can mix

Stephen Saharic had something to prove.

The Mason Gross vocal performance major was steamed: Not only was he stuck in epic morning traffic on Route 78, inching his way to a day of classes in New Brunswick, but he was listening to his favorite drive-time sports-radio personalities dis one of his first loves: opera.

Recital and master class with organist Kimberly Marshall, November 16-17

Mason Gross Presents welcomes concert organist Kimberly Marshall to Rutgers for a recital and master class, both free and open to the public.

Instructor, Violin

Mason Gross jazz and classical faculty unite to play Carnegie Hall

In a rare collaboration, seven members of the Mason Gross School’s music faculty are set to perform at 7:30 p.m. Monday, October 6, 2014, at New York City’s Carnegie Hall.

Instructor, Jazz Drums

Instructor, Baritone Saxophone