PULLMAN, Wash. – Hollywood studio musician, arranger, major film music composer and rising star. It’s not your average resume for someone who grew up on a Palouse wheat farm and graduated from nearby WAZZU.
Trumpeter Gabe Braendlein, a member of the WSU Jazz Big Band who will be featured as a soloist in the concert. PULLMAN, Wash. – A free, public band concert of “Mostly Blues” will be performed at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 1, in Kimbrough Hall at Washington State University.
Charles Argersinger indulges his love and talent for jazz last year, playing with WSU colleagues at Rico’s club in downtown Pullman. (Photo by Robert HUbner, WSU Photo Services) As the founder of the WSU Festival of Contemporary Art Music, Charles Argersinger has worked for the past 20 years to bring the best composers in the […]
PULLMAN — Students of WSU’s Piano Pedagogy Lab School (PPLS) will perform a recital of works by guest composer and clinician Dennis Alexander at the Festival of Contemporary Art Music (FoCAM) at 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 6 in Kimbrough Concert Hall. Alexander is one of North America’s most prolific and popular composers of educational piano […]
Washington State University music professor Greg Yasinitsky isn’t interested in composing pieces that sit on a shelf. But if his framed scores hang on the wall once in a while, that’s okay. Yasinitsky, the composer-in-residence at Lincoln Middle School, dedicated “Room 806” to out-going principal Bill Motsenbocker. At the final concert of the year in […]
PULLMAN– The School of Music and Theatre Arts at Washington State University announced that Pulitzer Prize winning composer John Corigliano will be the featured composer of the 2007 Festival of Contemporary Art Music. Corigliano’s compositions will be performed in a public concert by WSU faculty and students Saturday, Feb.10, at 8:00 p.m. in Bryan Hall […]
“Soundworks” by Seattle sculptor and composer Trimpin will be on display Feb. 17-April 9 at the WSU Museum of Art in Pullman. The artist, who legally shortened his name to Trimpin, will give a walk-through tour of the exhibit at noon on Friday, Feb. 17. An artist’s lecture and public reception will follow at 7 […]