by Patricia J. Flowers
The impact of the Jazz program at Florida State University’s College of Music can be seen and heard throughout the United States. There is a prominent FSU jazz presence in various music scenes, including New York City, New Orleans, and Los Angeles. Alumni have toured with renowned artists such as the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, the Count Basie Orchestra, Jon Cleary, Marcus Roberts, Jason Marsalis, and others. FSU’s world-renowned faculty keep the program thriving. Here is an overview of recent news and accomplishments for the program, faculty, and alumni.
The Florida State University College of Music held a memorial concert in remembrance and celebration of the late Ladislav Kubík on October 26th 2018.
The FSU College of Music is pleased to congratulate Assistant Professor of Music Therapy Lori Gooding, recipient of the $1,000 “Awesome Award” from the Tallahassee chapter of the Awesome Foundation for her anti-bullying project.
Dr. Kevin Fenton to introduce American-style choral conducting to music students in Kenya through the Fulbright Specialist Program. Fenton will travel to Nairobi, Kenya in September for a five-week residency, where he will teach conservatoire conductors an alternate approach to the teaching of conducting.