The Department of Music Spring 2020 series of events features student performances, special faculty presentation and appearances by renowned guest artists.
Thomas Kotcheff, a Los Angeles based composer and pianist, whose music has been described as truly beautiful and inspired, performs Frederic Rzewski’s “Songs of Insurrection” (2016) a concert length, tour-de-force solo piano work which draws on protest songs from around the world on Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 8 p.m. in the music recital hall. Tickets are $15 general admission and $10 student admission. For details visit the Facebook event page: Thomas Kotcheff Piano Recital
Drum set specialist and recording artist David Crigger will present a free master class titled “Drumset: Odd Meters: Making them Groove” as part of the Percussion in the Music Industry master class series on Friday, March 6 at 2 p.m. in the music Building 24, room 105. The class will focus on the history of odd meter usage in Western popular music as well as a nuts and bolts approach to playing them effectively and musically — making them groove. For details, visit the Facebook event page: David Crigger Percussion Master Class
Tickets may be purchased online at http://csupomona.tix.com/ and at the Dr. Andrew G. Chong Box Office #24-188 one hour prior to concert time. All events are in the Music Recital Hall #24-191 unless otherwise noted.
A complete listing of events can be found on the music department website.