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Music In and For Aging

Dr. Joseph Kotarba Profile

Dr. Joseph Kotarba
Professor of Sociology
Honorary Professor of Internal Studies
College of Liberal Arts

The recent and massive media coverage of and popular interest in the 50th anniversary of Woodstock are dramatic examples of the lasting impact the youth culture of the 1960s has on our society.  This multi-media presentation highlights Dr. Kotarba’s research on the role music continues to play in the everyday lives of baby boomers as they join the ranks of the elderly. 

Thursday, February 13 | 6:30 p.m. | Avery Building, Room 252

Synaesthesia Duo

Dr. Todd Oxford Holding Two Saxophones

Dr. Todd Oxford, Accompanied by Mr. Richard Hall
Associate Professor of Saxophone
School of Music

The Synaesthesia Duo is an exciting ensemble championing contemporary music for saxophone, live electronics, and video imagery. All harmonic and melodic material is strictly based on the timbral properties of the saxophone. Electronic Delay techniques include self-performed counterpoint, multi-tape delay, and ping-pong echo effects.

Tuesday, March 10 | 6:30 p.m. | Avery Building, Room 252