Posts tagged with: "FIU School of Music"

March 2017 in photos: Match Day, prosthetics and beating Miami

March 2017 in photos: Match Day, prosthetics and beating Miami

The madness of March has come to a close and we are one step closer to the end of the […]

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Alumnae vocalists return to campus for special Panther Alumni Week concert

Alumnae vocalists return to campus for special Panther Alumni Week concert

Sarah Payne ’14 and Laura Martinez Leon ’15 are living a dream many young opera singers only hope to experience. […]

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How a performing arts center transformed FIU

How a performing arts center transformed FIU

The Herbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center in 2016 celebrated two decades of arts education and cultural programming. A […]

October 2016 in photos: Halloween, Homecoming, Shula Bowl

October 2016 in photos: Halloween, Homecoming, Shula Bowl

Happy Halloween, Panthers! October has been an eventful month for the FIU community between keeping a close eye on Hurricane Matthew, […]

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Interactive: The Herbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center celebrates 20 years of creative excellence

Interactive: The Herbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center celebrates 20 years of creative excellence

Use the toggle buttons on the timeline above to view highlights from the Wertheim’s history. This year, the Herbert and […]

Non-music majors make music at FIU, perform at festival

Non-music majors make music at FIU, perform at festival

Meghan Gonzalez fell in love with the violin when she was just eight years old. Since her early childhood days […]

Music festival to celebrate 20th anniversary of performing arts center

Music festival to celebrate 20th anniversary of performing arts center

Alumnus and internationally known Latin jazz sensation Tony Succar will take the stage along with international artist Jon Secada for a night of […]

University celebrates Shakespeare and Cervantes

University celebrates Shakespeare and Cervantes

“We know what we are, but know not what we may be.” –William Shakespeare, Hamlet William Shakespeare and Miguel de […]

The Amernet String Quartet poses in front of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., where they performed on Nov. 23.

Amernet String Quartet leads inaugural year of the FIU Jewish music series

– By Michelle Vires FIU School of Music’s Ensemble-in-Residence, the Amernet String Quartet, is leading the inaugural year of the FIU […]

50@50: The crown jewel of the Wertheim Performing Arts Center

50@50: The crown jewel of the Wertheim Performing Arts Center

To celebrate the university’s 50th anniversary, FIU News is sharing 50 moments in FIU’s history as part of our “50@50″ series. […]

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Music education students help teach third-grade music class at Carlos J. Finlay Elementary

Music education students help teach third-grade music class at Carlos J. Finlay Elementary

Since taking her first music class in elementary school, Natalie Lopez knew she wanted to teach music. Now a junior […]

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Editors’ Picks: Our 14 favorite stories of 2014

Editors’ Picks: Our 14 favorite stories of 2014

Fighting Ebola. A historic mission 63 feet beneath the sea with Fabien Cousteau. A resounding ‘yes’ from the community. FIU and its […]

We spot greatness in the making

We spot greatness in the making

FIU Magazine is all about recognizing and celebrating greatness, often before the rest of the world has a clue. Take […]

A master class in the messy art of modern architecture

A master class in the messy art of modern architecture

By Dan Grech MFA ‘12 The ambition of Associate Professor Eric Goldemberg’s Spring 2014 graduate-level architecture class was breathtaking. The […]

FIU alumnus composes film score for latest Liam Neeson film

FIU alumnus composes film score for latest Liam Neeson film

Have you ever thought about doing film music? FIU alumnus and award-winning music composer Carlos Rafael Rivera ’96 had always […]

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