They’ve got brassBy Grace Hooley | Echo “A-one, a-two, a-one, two, three . . .” Cue the toe-tapping and swing dancing. One of Taylor’s musical gems, the Jungle Cats, has been bringing jazz to Taylor’s campus for four years, and these nine men bring this music to life through their […]
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The Taylor Lyric Theatre produced an opera in a monthBy Hope Bolinger | Echo If you plan to forge a will in 1299 Florence, you might want to consider one of these easier goals: maintaining a 4.0 GPA, finding a spoon in the DC, riding a unicycle at Taylathon or entering a […]
Taylor’s music department gives study music suggestions By JoAnn Rediger | Faculty Contributor “Research supports the idea that listening to classical music while studying can enhance learning and concentration. Film scores are also an excellent source of music to listen to while studying. Thank you to the 9 a.m. Art […]
Check out the different groups and classes around campusBy Grace Hooley | Echo Vocals, cello, flute, handbells—no matter which instrument, Taylor offers multiple outlets for musical talents. With spring registration beginning, check out these opportunities to audition for to use and expand your gifts. Vocal Ensembles: Adoration Chorus (Women’s chorus) […]
Music professors to share their passion for music at weekend concertBy Ian Proano | Echo This weekend, the department of music, theater and dance will put on its annual White Linen Chamber Concert. Attending students will see a different side of their professors as full-time and adjunct faculty members each perform […]
Taylor’s music department hosts professional to teach the Alexander Technique By Jessie Stover | Contributor “Change involves carrying out an activity against the habit of life.” This quote by Frederick Matthias (F.M.) Alexander, creator of the Alexander Technique, is the starting point for understanding the definition of the Alexander Technique and […]
Taylor music professors prepare for weekend performancesBy Danielle Barnes | Contributor Two recitals hit Taylor’s campus starting next weekend: one filled with angelic vocals and the other featuring the sounds of the clarinet and piano. Professors Leon Harshenin and Christopher Bade will set the stage to perform “Viennese Masters” and professor […]
Three music senior recitals this weekend By Grace Hooley | Echo After years of classes, practices and critiques, seniors will show an audience the beauty of hard work in the Taylor music department. Four seniors will perform in the recital hall this weekend. Each performance will include different types of […]
You’ve heard them as part of Big Al & the Jungle Cats. Now the musical duo of Jeff Janiszewski and Joel Helms are combining their talents for a rare double senior recital this Friday.