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"At the undergraduate level, my current research is not influencing my teaching, except as a performer, because part of what I do is perform a lot.
Having been the music editor on over 60 outstanding films during the course of his career, Bill Bernstein’s musical talent is epic.
UC Santa Cruz has received a grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) to digitize 670 audio recordings featuring a wide variety of works performed at the Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music from 1964 to 1990.
Ryan Lambe is a sixth-year PhD candidate and teaching fellow at UC Santa Cruz studying cross-cultural musicology. His dissertation is an ethnographic study of performance and emotional labor in US queer open mics examined through queer and critical race lenses.
The UC Santa Cruz Music Department will present the April in Santa Cruz Contemporary Music Festival, a month-long series of free concerts on campus featuring works by faculty and graduate students, April 6-27.
The Happy Valley Band is a deconstruction of the Great American Songbook through the use of state-of-the-art machine listening technologies.
Tal Skloot followed Bob Coomber as he made his way up the steep trail from Onion Valley in the eastern Sierra toward the 11,700-foot Kearsarge Pass.
Sarang Kim is a composer, pianist, and percussionist, and currently a DMA candidate in the UCSC Music Department.
"Just recently I've been changing my focus in teaching to be more in line with the way that I work professionally.