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El Paso, Texas, Burges Library., Oscar E. Macchioni Dec 2004

El Paso, Texas, Burges Library., Oscar E. Macchioni

Oscar Macchioni

Works PerformedBachianas Brasileiras No. 4 for solo piano by Heitor Villa-LobosThe Dead Moth Tango by William BolcomTangos by Juan Jose CastroAdios Nonino by Astor Piazzolla, arr. by Laercio de FreitasMalambo by Alberto Ginastera


University Commencement Ceremony, Elisa Fraser Wilson Dec 2004

University Commencement Ceremony, Elisa Fraser Wilson

Elisa Fraser Wilson

Dr. Elisa Fraser Wilson became the first woman to conduct the UTEP orchestra when she led the ensemble at the December, 2004 Commencement Ceremonies.


Franklin High School Choral Clinic, Elisa Fraser Wilson Nov 2004

Franklin High School Choral Clinic, Elisa Fraser Wilson

Elisa Fraser Wilson

Dr. Wilson worked with the Franklin High School Concert Choir, El Paso, TX, on selections from Gilbert and Sullivan in preparation for contest.


"Soaring" For Concert Band, Dominic Dousa Nov 2004

"Soaring" For Concert Band, Dominic Dousa

Dominic Dousa

A performance of my original composition by the UTEP Wind Ensemble, conducted by Ron Hufstader.


Broadway In Concert: A Little Night Music, Elisa Fraser Wilson Nov 2004

Broadway In Concert: A Little Night Music, Elisa Fraser Wilson

Elisa Fraser Wilson

Dr. Elisa Fraser Wilson conducted the UTEP Orchestra and Music Theatre Company in a concert version of the musical "A Little Night Music" by Stephen Sondheim.


Phoenix, Arizona, Heard Museum. Nobember 11, 2004, Oscar E. Macchioni Nov 2004

Phoenix, Arizona, Heard Museum. Nobember 11, 2004, Oscar E. Macchioni

Oscar Macchioni

Works Performed:Astor Piazzolla trios.


University Jazz Bands And Jazz Singers, Elisa Fraser Wilson Nov 2004

University Jazz Bands And Jazz Singers, Elisa Fraser Wilson

Elisa Fraser Wilson

The university jazz ensembles performed a joint concert, including three pieces by the University Jazz Singers under the direction of Dr. Elisa Fraser Wilson.


"Aedh Wishes For The Cloths Of Heaven" For Satb Choir And Piano (South Bend, In), Dominic Dousa Nov 2004

"Aedh Wishes For The Cloths Of Heaven" For Satb Choir And Piano (South Bend, In), Dominic Dousa

Dominic Dousa

A performance of my original composition by the Vesper Chorale, conducted by Robert Briggs.


Faculty Jazz Combo Recital, Elisa Fraser Wilson Nov 2004

Faculty Jazz Combo Recital, Elisa Fraser Wilson

Elisa Fraser Wilson

Dr. Wilson performed with UTEP faculty jazz colleagues, including works by Monk, Parker, Jobim, Carter and Cole.


Inside Unlv, Cate Weeks, Carol C. Harter, Holly Ivy De Vore, Gian Galassi, Diane Russell Nov 2004

Inside Unlv, Cate Weeks, Carol C. Harter, Holly Ivy De Vore, Gian Galassi, Diane Russell

Inside UNLV

No abstract provided.


University Choirs Concert, Elisa Fraser Wilson Oct 2004

University Choirs Concert, Elisa Fraser Wilson

Elisa Fraser Wilson

The University Chorus, Chorale and Jazz Singers performed an evening of choral music, conducted by Dr. William McMillan and Dr. Elisa Fraser Wilson.


Libretto Y Canto, Elisa Fraser Wilson Oct 2004

Libretto Y Canto, Elisa Fraser Wilson

Elisa Fraser Wilson

The Music Theatre Company performed an evening of new music composed by Department of Music students in collaboration with students from the UTEP Bilingual Creative Writing Department. This well-received production explored pressing border issues and cultural diversity in the Southwest.


El Paso, University Of Texas. September 25, 2004, Oscar E. Macchioni Sep 2004

El Paso, University Of Texas. September 25, 2004, Oscar E. Macchioni

Oscar Macchioni

Works Performed:Le Grand TangoAdios Nonino (solo piano)OblivionLas Cuatro Estaciones PorteñasAve MariaLa Muerte del Angel


University Of Cincinnati, College Conservatory Of Music. Gp3 National Group Piano And Piano Pedagogy Forum. August 7, 2004, Oscar E. Macchioni Aug 2004

University Of Cincinnati, College Conservatory Of Music. Gp3 National Group Piano And Piano Pedagogy Forum. August 7, 2004, Oscar E. Macchioni

Oscar Macchioni

Presenter. Invited to join panel with Dr. Ken Williams (Ohio State University) and Maria Balcon and Di Zhu (University of Cincinnati) on "Teaching and Mentoring International Students."


Process Vs. Product: Fostering Student Success, Elisa Fraser Wilson Jul 2004

Process Vs. Product: Fostering Student Success, Elisa Fraser Wilson

Elisa Fraser Wilson

Dr. Wilson presented a seminar on student success to fine arts teachers from the El Paso Independent School District. Topics included what judges look for at choral, sightreading, and solo/ensemble contests, as well as the value of vocal jazz as a recruitment tool and choral program builder, and tips for success in the choral rehearsal.


El Paso, University Of Texas. Michael Salzman Memorial Concert. June, 16, 2004, Oscar E. Macchioni Jun 2004

El Paso, University Of Texas. Michael Salzman Memorial Concert. June, 16, 2004, Oscar E. Macchioni

Oscar Macchioni

Works Performed
Sonata in D-flat major No. 88 by Antonio Soler
Chanson Triste by Henri Duparc


News From Cart, Deborah Nemko Jun 2004

News From Cart, Deborah Nemko

Bridgewater Review

No abstract provided.


Piano Personality, Oscar Macchioni May 2004

Piano Personality, Oscar Macchioni

Oscar Macchioni

“…a powerful reading of Beethoven’s Sonata [op. 109]….impressive interpretation of Prokofiev Sonata no. 3….his fingering showed great clarity of lines, clear as crystal …How fortunate UTEP is to have him on its music staff.” By Betty Ligon.


El Paso, University Of Texas, Faculty Recital. April 18, 2004, Oscar E. Macchioni Apr 2004

El Paso, University Of Texas, Faculty Recital. April 18, 2004, Oscar E. Macchioni

Oscar Macchioni

Works Performed:Sonata op. 109 by L. v BeethovenFantasien op. 116 by J. BrahmsSonata No. 88 by A. SolerEtude op. 4 No. 3 by K. SzymanoswskiAdios Nonino by A. PiazzollaSonata No.3 by S. Prokofiev


The Church Music Program: The Effect Of Moving From Performance-Based To Education-Based Emphasis In A Church Music Program, Ronald Glynn Sherwin Jan 2004

The Church Music Program: The Effect Of Moving From Performance-Based To Education-Based Emphasis In A Church Music Program, Ronald Glynn Sherwin

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This research project sought to answer the primary research question: What occurs when the music program in a church changes its emphasis from performance to education? This qualitative study of a church choir included participant observation of Wednesday evening and Sunday morning rehearsals over a 12 week period, individual interviews, group interviews, written responses, and written and visual assessment of musical skills. The goal was a rich description of the participants and emerging themes resulting from the shift in emphasis. Analysis of data occurred through inductive processing. Data was initially coded and then the codes were categorized into sub-themes, and ...


"Six Songs On The Poetry Of Langston Hughes" And "With A Song In My Heart" (Commercial Recording), Dominic Dousa Dec 2003

"Six Songs On The Poetry Of Langston Hughes" And "With A Song In My Heart" (Commercial Recording), Dominic Dousa

Dominic Dousa

A CD featuring African American Art Song (titled "With a Song in My Heart"), including original compositions "Six Songs on the Poetry of Langston Hughes" and "With a Song in My Heart", recorded by Gerald Blanchard (baritone) and Dominic Dousa (piano). Issued by Blue Griffin Recording, BGR 117.


Just Beyond The Junkyard, Doug Lofstrom Dec 2003

Just Beyond The Junkyard, Doug Lofstrom

Doug Lofstrom

Orchestral version commissioned for 2005-2006 season.


La Tradicion Pianistique Argentine, Oscar E. Macchioni Dec 2003

La Tradicion Pianistique Argentine, Oscar E. Macchioni

Oscar Macchioni

See "Avec la Pologne," pages 5 and 6 of the PFD document (pages 92-93 of original). This article features the most relevant Argentine leaving pianists, where they were trained and where they live today.

"Macchioni, dont les concerts récents incluen aussi bien Beethoven que Chopin au Ginastera, Guastavino et Castro, incarne parfaitement le mouvement syncrétique "américain."