Jazz Band III is usually directed by a music major senior or graduate student, and offers an environment for students less familiar with jazz styles and improvisation a chance to explore. Often students are working on their doubles, sight reading and knowledge of jazz band literature. Many students are music education majors looking ahead to student teaching, and they often are given a chance to direct and coach the ensemble. Chart selection is focused on professional, college and high school level material performable by less experienced players, with emphasis on quality arrangers and writers. Student-written material is welcomed. As with the other ensembles, quality performance standards are the norm.
CWU professors Denise Dillenbeck, violin, and violist Timothy Betts along with guest cellist, KevinStirring Rendition Of Handel’s “Hallelujah Chorus” Airs January 19
The best-known choral piece in history—Handel’s “Hallelujah Chorus”—will be aired on “CeMusica Anitqua Presents Winter Concert
The CWU Department of Music presents the second of this year’s Musica Antiqua concerts in the McIn