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International trumpet virtuoso and Yamaha Performing Artist Allen Vizzutti will be presenting a master class workshop on Monday, September 23 at 1pm - 3pm in the Dixon Hall Band Room, 260 Dixon Annex.  Free and open to the public. Workshop co-presented by Music Department faculty member Ashlin Parker.  Co-sponsors are the TUMB and Department of Music Jazz Program.  Guests are encouraged to bring their trumpets!

The Tulane Vocal Arts Festival is open to all student and professional singers and pianists.

Professors Katalin Lukacs, piano, Amy Pfrimmer, soprano, and Charles Mignot, reader will present a faculty concert of French song in conjunction with Tulane's French Week celebration.

The one hour presentation will be an up close experience where the audience can enjoy readings of evocative French poetry married to the music of fantastic French composers.

The concert will take place in the intimate setting of the Dixon Annex, room 254/Choral Room.

Admission is FREE and and the concert is open to the public.

The program is early and short - KIDS ARE WELCOME.

Spectri Sonori, a concert series and a chamber music ensemble specializing in performance of contemporary music, has been in residence at the Newcomb Music Department, Tulane University, since 1987. The series has presented the most recent compositions along with the established masterpieces of the recent past.

Thursday Night Jazz, supported by a grant from Newcomb-Tulane College, is a new on-campus music series and a revamp of the long-running the Newcomb Department of Music’s “Jazz At the Rat” program. Featured veteran jazz performers from the New Orleans music scene will be brought in each semester and perform along with the Jazz Program’s combos and big band. Events will be in the Recital Hall of Dixon Annex, 7-9pm, and  free and open to students and the general public. This semester Topsy Chapman will begin the series on October 17, followed by the Johnny Vidacovich Trio on November 21.

Thursday Night Jazz, supported by a grant from Newcomb-Tulane College, is a new on-campus music series and a revamp of the long-running the Newcomb Department of Music’s “Jazz At the Rat” program. Featured veteran jazz performers from the New Orleans music scene will be brought in each semester and perform along with the Jazz Program’s combos and big band. Events will be in the Recital Hall of Dixon Annex, 7-9pm, and  free and open to students and the general public. This semester Topsy Chapman will begin the series on October 17, followed by the Johnny Vidacovich Trio on November 21.

Thursday Night Jazz, supported by a grant from Newcomb-Tulane College, is a new on-campus music series and a revamp of the long-running the Newcomb Department of Music’s “Jazz At the Rat” program. Featured veteran jazz performers from the New Orleans music scene will be brought in each semester and perform along with the Jazz Program’s combos and big band. Events will be in the Recital Hall of Dixon Annex, 7-9pm, and  free and open to students and the general public. This semester Topsy Chapman will begin the series on October 17, followed by the Johnny Vidacovich Trio on November 21.

Join us for a mousse-de-maracujá dessert and informal conversation in Portuguese with faculty, staff and students

The Concert Piano Series brings acclaimed pianists from around to world to the Dixon Hall stage. March 10 features Faina Lushtak, Downman Professor of Music at Tulane University.

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The Concert Piano Series brings acclaimed pianists from around to world to the Dixon Hall stage. January 29 features the renowned Alexander Korsantia.

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