The Music at Pitt Podcast

Pitt Ensemble Directors on Making Music During the Pandemic

December 07, 2020 Pitt's Department of Music Season 2 Episode 8
The Music at Pitt Podcast
Pitt Ensemble Directors on Making Music During the Pandemic
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The Music at Pitt Podcast
Pitt Ensemble Directors on Making Music During the Pandemic
Dec 07, 2020 Season 2 Episode 8
Pitt's Department of Music

This episode of the Music at Pitt Podcast is a very special one as it will include as many of our ensemble directors as could possibly be here talking about the projects they and their students have been working on over the course of the semester. We will get to hear from Jazz Ensemble Director Ralph Guzzi, Bluegrass Ensemble Director Adriana Helbig, Heinz Chapel Choir Director Susan Rice, Men’s Glee Club Director Richard Teaster, and Orchestra Director Roger Zahab. We’ll also highlight projects by the Women’s Choral Ensemble, African Music and Dance Ensemble, and Afropop Ensemble. There have been many challenges to making music this semester, but we think you’ll be inspired by hearing how our students and directors have risen to the challenge.

You can find links to all their projects, completed and upcoming, here

Show Notes

This episode of the Music at Pitt Podcast is a very special one as it will include as many of our ensemble directors as could possibly be here talking about the projects they and their students have been working on over the course of the semester. We will get to hear from Jazz Ensemble Director Ralph Guzzi, Bluegrass Ensemble Director Adriana Helbig, Heinz Chapel Choir Director Susan Rice, Men’s Glee Club Director Richard Teaster, and Orchestra Director Roger Zahab. We’ll also highlight projects by the Women’s Choral Ensemble, African Music and Dance Ensemble, and Afropop Ensemble. There have been many challenges to making music this semester, but we think you’ll be inspired by hearing how our students and directors have risen to the challenge.

You can find links to all their projects, completed and upcoming, here