This morning, I had just started BTS 161 class when some people started filing in through the door: Linda Walker with some balloons, my boss Suzanne, and a few others I knew… At first, I thought some people needed to make an announcement, but then I saw BC President Dave Rule, and I thought I […]Read More Margin of Excellence Award!
An acapella choral motet in six parts (SATTBB) by Maurice Durufle, performed, produced, and recorded by yugenro in 1984 at the Del Mar College Electronic Music Lab, Corpus Christi, Texas. Date: November 01, 2014 at 12:47PMRead More Ubi Caritas
I had my first Experimental Voice Class last night, and it went really well. However, it was not glitch-free. When we first got to our supposedly-reserved classroom, in the Music building, room 212, there was already some other class going on in there. So we checked all the other doors on the 2nd floor, and […]Read More First Class! Experimental Group Voice
Music has consistently been at the center of my life. I didn’t become consciously aware of this fact until my mid-teens, and throughout my life I have gradually come to realize that music is, in Joseph Campbell’s words, “my bliss.” This detailed, in-depth, independent study of musical aesthetics has allowed me to take great steps […]Read More The Ear as the First Musical Instrument
I am fascinated with music. It intrigues me intellectually and engages me physically. It resonates across many different areas of my life, and I am extremely interested in experiencing life to the fullest, which is why I also chose to go into a graduate-level Interdisciplinary Arts program rather than concentrating on a single discipline such […]Read More “Singing the World:” Bridging Disparities via the Phenomenon of Music