Calendar of Events
Below are upcoming events sponsored by the Stetson University Artists and Lectures Series.
Friday, January 28, 2022 - Artist Dan Tram
Composer and Artist Dan Tramte will visit Stetson for a 5-day artist residency including collaborative artwork with students and faculty, an Artist Talk, and a Workshop with Digital Arts, Computer Science, and School of Music students.
Tramte’s new work, to be premiered on Friday, January 28, will be a music video created in collaboration with Digital Arts and School of Music students.
Thursday, February 10-Saturday, February 12, 2022 -
Third Coast Baroque
Led by Artistic Director Rubén Dubrovsky, Third Coast Baroque--"Chicago's most accomplished period instrumentalists and singers" (Chicago Tribune)--will be in residence at Stetson University's School of Music. During this residency, TCB will provide coachings and masterclasses, and will work side-by-side with students culminating in a joint sacred music performance on Saturday, February 12, 2022.
For more information, please visit their website at www.thirdcoastbaroque.org.
Wednesday, March 23, 2022 - Composer Emily Koh
Composer Emily Koh will visit Stetson for a 3-day artist residency including a collaborative installation with students and faculty, a new work for solo cello written for Dr. Jamie Clark, an Artist Talk as a part of the Dr. Charles White speaker series, and a masterclass with Digital Arts and School of Music students.
The installation work will take place outside in the Nemec Courtyard on Wednesday, March 23, and will concern the soundworld of kitchens.
Koh will collaborate with students and faculty from Digital Arts, the School of Music, and Sustainable Food Systems to create an installation around the sounds and images of cooking. Students will record themselves cooking in their homes and potentially perform with instruments and food during the installation.
Wednesday, April 13-Thursday, April 14, 2022 -
Morris Robinson, renowned bass-baritone and frequent Metropolitan Opera artist, will be in residence with the School of Music. He will present a masterclass and provide lectures on the topics of career planning and diversity.
Dr. Judy Bowers, will present on the topics "Creating a Culture of Excellence for K=12 Music" and "Establishing Children's Choirs within one school or across an entire district." A workshop will focus on "Teaching Patterns, Experiential Learning, and Rules for Expressive Singing." John Lychner, faculty sponsor