Clarinetist Jean Kopperud will be giving a unique class called "On the Edge: Learning to Give Peak Performances", November 7 at 6PM in Ford Hall Auditorium The class teaches performers of all stripes—including actors, musicians and singers, and public speakers such as lawyers and business professionals—methods to ease stage anxiety. The class incorporates the best methods she has gleaned from numerous acting and dance classes, as well personal tips from a life spent before an audience. Any students who might be interested in playing for Ms. Kopperud in the class should contact Richard Faria at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Richard Faria, Clarinet Professor in the School of Music, has been invited to give a masterclass and recital at the Appomattox Regional Governor's School for the Arts and Technology in Petersburg, VA. on March 31, 2012. He will be working specifically with the wind section of the orchestra.
About the Appomattox Regional Governor's School for the Arts and Technology:
Through integration of a well-founded liberal arts education with intensive focus upon specific artistic or technological disciplines, the Appomattox Regional Governor’s School will nurture gifted and talented creative thinkers, leaders, artists, innovators, and pioneers in the fine, performing, and technological arts.
School of Music Professor Richard Faria was invited to teach and perform at the Klasik Keyifler Music Festival in the Cappadocia region of Turkey this summer. Klasik Keyifler is an organization dedicated to the innovative presentation of small chamber ensemble concerts and workshops in a wide variety of intimate settings primarily within Turkey.
The Center for Faculty Excellence, the Faculty Development Committee, and the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs is pleased to announce the program for the upcoming Spring Faculty Conference.
Ithaca College School of Music faculty clarinetist Richard Faria will perform a free recital on Saturday, October 24 at 2 pm in the Hockett Family Recital Hall in the James J. Whalen Center for Music. He will be joined by violinist Nicholas DiEugenio, cellist Heidi Hoffman, and pianist Josh Oxford. The program will include a Brahms sonata, “Cookbook” by Kenji Bunch, and trio premieres by Perry Goldstein and Josh Oxford.