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This season, Javier Jose Mendoza will step onto the podium as the first Mexican-American conductor of FIU’s largest music ensemble, the FIU Symphony Orchestra, with plans to give it...
Photo Credit: Teresa Michelangeli; Pictured L-R/T-B: Brad Michel, Robert Crowe, David Dolata, Juvenal Correa-Salas, Peter McGrath, and Victor Coelho FIU Professor of Musicology David Dolata and his early music...
Recent School of Music graduate, Marcus Norris (17’), has been awarded the prestigious Eugene Cota-Robles (ECR) Fellowship at UCLA where he will receive a full scholarship and a $100,000 fellowship...
Humming “Once Upon a Dream” from Disney’s “Sleeping Beauty,” Edgar Sanfeliz-Botta took a short break between orders at the busy McDonald’s drive thru on Sunset Drive. Meanwhile, Roberta David,...
Premiered in Vienna in 1792, Domenico Cimarosa’s Il Matrimonio segreto (The Secret Marriage) became one of the most popular 18th century comic operas, having allegedly received the longest encore...
The FIU Symphony Orchestra and the Miami Music Project orchestras, conducted by Raffaele Livio Ponti, performed on March 26 with the FIU Concerto Competition winners, pianist Monika Miodragovic and...
On November 9th, the Amernet String Quartet, FIU’s Ensemble-in-Residence, performed with Cantor Daniel Gross in a program of Jewish works to commemorate the 76th anniversary of Kristallnacht. Writer Lawrence Budman...
On October 28th in the Herbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center Concert Hall, violist of the Ehnes Quartet and member of the Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society Richard O’Neill gave...
According to the American Liszt Society, “Franz Liszt was perhaps the most misunderstood musician in the history of our art. One has only to read a few pages of...
Student Vocalist Andrew Lujan Wins Prestigious International Collegiate Barbershop Quartet CompetitionMusic
Congratulations to Music Education major Andrew Lujan (tenor, pictured far left) and his barbershop quartet “The Academy” for winning 1st place at the International Collegiate Barbershop Quartet Competition this past...