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Inclement Weather - February 2014

Due to inclement weather, the following events have been cancelled or postponed:

  • 2/9/14 meeting of the Oregon Music Teachers Association
  • 2/9/14 Tardis Ensemble, "The American South"
  • 2/9/14 Eugene Symphony Chorus rehearsal

As of this posting (11:30 a.m. on 2/9/14), the UO Opera Ensemble's "A Tale of Two Women" is still scheduled for 2/9/14 at 3 p.m., though this may change.

Percussion Month Enlivens Winter

Feb. 5, 2014—For many, winter may be a time for quiet reflection. But this winter will be anything but quiet on the University of Oregon campus, as the UO School of Music and Dance sponsors “Percussion Month” from late February through mid-March. The series of events will feature rare opportunities to see world-renowned percussion masters in concert, coupled with unique educational opportunities that are open to the public.

Timothy A. Paul Elected President of College Band Directors National Association Northwestern Division

Jan. 11, 2014—Timothy A. Paul has begun a two-year elected appointment as President of the College Band Directors National Association (CBDNA) Northwestern Division. This position that will afford him the opportunity to provide leadership in the wind band field at the regional and national levels. Responsibilities include organizing the 2014 West/Northwest CBDNA conference in Reno, Nevada and leading a dynamic hub of college directors and the communities in which they serve.

Sight and Sound: A unique collaboration

Jan. 10, 2014—This morning, local painter, Helen Hui-ling Liu, was busy installing her original art piece/backdrop for tonight’s Laura Wayte concert, "American Luminosity: Our Poets, Our Composers, Our Art" at Beall Concert Hall. This will mark the second year that Wayte and Liu have collaborated on a project of this kind, where the two women interpret the same idea through the lenses of their vastly different art forms.


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