Lisa Kelly Scott is the UNF Music Flagship Program's first alumni and the first vocalist inducted into the Jacksonville Jazz Festival Hall of Fame!
Congratulations to the UNF Music Flagship Program's professors Dr. Krzysztof Biernacki (Head of Applied Voice) and Dr. Clarence Hines (Professor of Trombone) for winning the university's "Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching" awards!
Kristi Stice is a professional musician, composer, songwriter, guitarist, and vocalist with a diverse variety of influences including Leonard Cohen, Jolie Holland, Billie Holiday, and a slight passion for Parisian cafe songs. After completing extensive studies in classical and jazz music, she received a degree in jazz vocals in 2007 at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, and returned to her home state of Colorado in 2010.Read more.
Congratulations Dr. Cara Tasher (Director of Choral Activities) and Dr. Nick Curry (Professor of Cello) who were honored Friday by the Disability Resource Center and received Faculty Empowerment Awards.
The University of North Florida Music Flagship Program presented the comic opera “Gianni Schicchi” by Puccini in the Robinson Theater for four performances. It was well attended by appreciative audiences who delighted in the fast-paced humorous opera that is considered one of Puccini’s most popular. Composed in 1917-18, it has been widely recorded and has been a very popular choice for university opera projects.Read more.
The UNF Awesome Osprey Band, directed by Dr. Marc Dickman, was featured as the house band for the Davis Cup Tennis competition held in Jacksonville at the Veteran's Memorial Arena on February 1 and 3. Thousands of spectators and a large international television audience heard the Osprey Band perform upbeat renditions of classic rock tunes and current hits. Assistant directors are Stefanie Batson and Richard Sargent.
Dr. Cara Tasher, associate professor of voice and director of choral activities in the Music Flagship Program, discusses the UNF Chamber Singers' Transformational Learning Opportunity overseas for a musical tour in South Africa. Listen now!
Dr. Nick Curry, Assistant Professor of Cello, was the cello soloist with actress/singer Bernadette Peters in her February concert at the Ruby Diamond Concert Hall in Tallahassee.
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