Step Afrika! fuses the unique, percussive tradition of stepping — in which multiple dancers use clapping, footwork, athletic maneuvers and calling out to create music and high-energy rhythmic dance — with strikingly similar traditions that developed independently in southern Africa. The group also will give a free public workshop in stepping.
One of the world’s true masters of North Indian classical music and the sarod—a richly textured relative of the lute—the Roser Visiting Artist will offer public classes and performances at the College of Music.
After four years of research and hundreds of hours scouring archives in London, Washington, D.C. and U.S. Air Force museums, Dennis Spragg of the American Music Research Center dispells seven decades of speculation and documents the truth
Most Tuesday evenings during the academic year join us in Grusin Music Hall for outstanding performances from faculty throughout the College of Music. All of these engaging performances are free and open to the public.