University of the Arts

Philadelphia Music Makers, March 15 at 6 PM
4:46 pm
Tue March 10, 2015

Jazz Vocalist Alita Moses: Singing the Standards to Montreux and Back

When Alita Moses stepped onto the stage for the finals of the 2014 Shure Montreux Jazz Voice Competition in Switzerland last July, she had come a long way from West Hartford, Connecticut, and a long way from Philadelphia’s University of the Arts, where she is a senior jazz vocal major.

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Now Is the Time
10:31 am
Fri August 1, 2014

Electronic Fantasy

It's sound, brand-new and fantastical, on Now Is the Time, Saturday, August 2nd at 9 pm at wrti.org and WRTI-HD2. Mason Bates intersects electronica pop rhythm with indigenous percussion in Stereo Is King, while Prism by Charles Peck combines a percussion quartet with an electronic touch-pad instrument of his own invention, at Philadelphia's University of the Arts.

Violin mashes into a surprisingly romantic Fantasy for Violin and Electronics by James Aikman, Barton McLean unleashes the hounds in Demons of the Night, and up in Woodstock, David van Tieghem wrote, recorded, and produced the quirky Waiting for the Gizmo—No. 1. Ambient Pastels of Larry Kucharz waft through the rest of the program.

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News and Views
10:07 am
Mon June 7, 2010

Art In The Open: A New 'Plein Air' Festival on the Banks of The Schuylkill River