Vocal Jazz 2 is typically directed by a graduate teaching assistant and focuses on building musicianship and repertoire through improvisation, ensemble skills, stylistically authentic performance practices, and jazz concepts. Repertoire focuses on custom arrangements by students, alumni, and other Northwest jazz luminaries. Students often gain experience and skills in Vocal Jazz 2 necessary to compete for spots in Vocal Jazz 1, creating a "feeder program" for the premiere ensemble.
Tonight, Casa Patas Flamenco will perform the intricate, rhythmic footwork of flamenco—the fiery,CWU Students Teach Jazz Band At Morgan
At 7 a.m. on a November day in Ellensburg, the weather is not warm, and neither are the instrumentsCWU Vocalists Triumph At Inland Empire Singing Competition
Once again, Central Washington University vocalists received top honors at the annual National Assoc