An internship is a great opportunity to learn about career opportunities and develop work skills. Internships offer an opportunity to gain valuable work experience, and define career paths. This workshop will provide ideas of how to find internships, and you will learn of internship opportunities for majors in the Arts Group. Registration is not required.
***This workshop will count toward the mandatory requirement for seniors.***
Jerusalem based artist, Victoria Hanna, is a world-renowned composer, creator, performer, researcher, and teacher of voice and language. The daughter of an ultra-orthodox rabbi, she has been greatly influenced by her childhood environment. In her work, she deploys a variety of vocal techniques in the performance of ancient and modern Hebrew texts, among them Sefer Yetzirah (“Book of Creation”), an early Kabbalistic treatise.
“Bird, Bud and Duke” by Jacam Manricks, “Doozy” by Benny Carter performed by Combo 2:Alto saxophone: Lauren Farley, Michael Nguyen; Tenor saxophone: Sam Howell, Ben Green; Guitar: Auguste Sharma; Piano: Yang Yang, Alexander Lee; Bass: Nicolas Martinez; Drums: Josh Zucker
“Shofukan” by Snarky Puppy and “Summertime” by George and Ira Gershwin, arranged By Jacam Manricks performed by Combo 3: Vocals: Janelli Briseno, Alto Saxophone: Caleb Sanders; Trumpet: Micah Marmostein; Piano: Oliver Tucher; Guitar: Hamza Ammar; Bass: John Hancock; Drums: Sean Johnson
“Jazz Hop” by Jacam Manricks, “Shufflin” by Jacam Manricks performed by Combo 4: Alto saxophone: Kabir Nagarkatti, Tzu Chi Kuo (Gerry); Baritone Saxophone: Jordi Avila; Piano; Greg Chu; Bass: Zack Davis; Drums: Andrew Saluna
“Come Sunday” by Duke Ellington, arranged By Jacam Manricks, “You and the Night and the Music” by Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dietz, arranged By Jacam Manricks performed by Combo 5: Vocals: Ashley West, Trumpet: Gabe Lipsky; Alto saxophone: Mandy Wainfan; Tenor saxohpne: Matthew Bridges, Piano: Jason Mak; Guitar: Eric Jones; Bass: Kyle Aparicio; Drums: Aditya Sriram
Music by Purcell, Josquin, Isaak, Taverner and Tallis.
Bach:Aus der Tiefen ruffe ich zu Dir, BWV 131
One of Bach’s earliest surviving sacred cantatas, Aus der Tiefen (Out of the deep I call, Lord, to you) is set to Luther’s translation of Psalm 130. The same text has been used in many other musical settings, including the De profundis section of many requiem masses, perhaps suggesting it was composed for a somber occasion. The cantata also features the hopeful chorale “Herr Jesu Christ.”