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This concert by the Rutgers University Jazz Lab Big Band, directed by Anthony Branker, will spotlight the strength of the African and Latin American influence on the music of Dizzy Gillespie, Chico O’Farrill, Michael Mossman, Anthony Branker, and Duke Ellington with music featured from his “Latin American Suite.”
The Rutgers University Jazz Ensemble, directed by Conrad Herwig, showcases best-known hits from the legendary Beatles band, featuring custom arrangements from the jazz studies faculty.
Featuring soprano/alumna Amanda Batista, who made her debut at The Metropolitan Opera earlier this year in “Aida.”
Visual Arts graduate students present early bodies of work during their first semester at Mason Gross.
Leah DeVun focuses on the history of gender, sexuality, science, and medicine in pre-modern Europe, as well as on contemporary queer and transgender studies. DeVun is also a multi-media artist and curator whose work explores queer, feminist, and gender nonconforming history.