Posts tagged with: "FIU School of Music"

National Youth Orchestra of Uruguay to perform with FIU Symphony Orchestra Feb. 4

National Youth Orchestra of Uruguay to perform with FIU Symphony Orchestra Feb. 4

The National Youth Orchestra of Uruguay will perform alongside the FIU Symphony Orchestra Monday, Feb. 4, at 7:30 p.m., in […]

TEDxFIU in Review: Tony Succar adds a salsa spin to Michael Jackson classics

TEDxFIU in Review: Tony Succar adds a salsa spin to Michael Jackson classics

Michael Jackson’s musical legacy affected millions of listeners in his lifetime and beyond, but Tony Succar ’08, MA ’10 saw […]

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Black Violin performs at official Inaugural Ball

Black Violin performs at official Inaugural Ball

While South Florida was transfixed by FIU alumnus Richard Blanco at the presidential inauguration, another pair of Panthers was also […]

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On Wednesday, remember this: Twelve may be the most important number ever

On Wednesday, remember this: Twelve may be the most important number ever

In mathematics, it is called a sublime number. In religion, some would argue it is nearly holy. Western music is […]

FIU News crashes rehearsal for Handel’s ‘Messiah’

FIU News crashes rehearsal for Handel’s ‘Messiah’

Have you already purchased your tickets to Friday night’s concert at the Wertheim Performing Arts Center featuring Handel’s Messiah? It’s […]

School of Music spreads holiday cheer with two seasonal concerts

The FIU School of Music presents two holiday concerts, Dec. 1 and Dec. 7, at the Wertheim Performing Arts Center. […]

Can playing a musical instrument really make you smarter?

Can playing a musical instrument really make you smarter?

For weeks I observed the activity in the GC lounge at the Modesto A. Maidique Campus. On schooldays it is […]

School of Music hosts county teachers

School of Music hosts county teachers

More than 250 Miami-Dade Public School music teachers attended an all-day professional development workshop at the Wertheim Performing Arts Center […]

‘FIU Magazine’ launches first online-only issue with a musical twist

FIU Magazine, the flagship publication of Florida International University, launched its first online-only issue this week, featuring stories, photos, videos […]

FIU’s School of Music welcomes internationally acclaimed operatic baritone Sherrill Milnes and soprano Maria Zouves

Internationally renowned American operatic baritone Sherrill Milnes and his wife, soprano Maria Zouves, are visiting FIU’s School of Music for […]

The King of Pop gets a little ‘aSuccar’

The King of Pop gets a little ‘aSuccar’

Musician and composer Tony Succar ’08, MA ’10 has created a stunning new album, UNITY: The Latin Tribute to Michael […]

One week at band camp

One week at band camp

It’s Saturday night at the Cage. The Panthers are battling it out, hoping to bring a win to the thousands […]

Music education researchers explore how music affects learning and society in Miami

Music education researchers explore how music affects learning and society in Miami

Researchers are studying how music education enhances the lives of at-risk children through an innovative partnership. By Cathy Benedict and Patrick […]

Composer/pianist Nancy Luzko captures in music the story of Paraguay’s notorious 19th-century first lady

Composer/pianist Nancy Luzko captures in music the story of Paraguay’s notorious 19th-century first lady

FIU alumna uses music to illuminate the heart and soul of a woman alternately beloved and reviled The life stories […]

For your ears only: Interview with Evelyn Saavedra, voice student

For your ears only: Interview with Evelyn Saavedra, voice student

Cuban-born soprano, Evelyn Saavedra, dreams of the day she will sing at The Metropolitan Opera. A vocal performance student in her […]