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The SDSU symphony orchestra performing on Oct. 2.

SDSU music ensembles return to Symphony by the Sea

by Noé Sandoval, Mundo Azteca Editor // October 13, 2021

Live music has made a huge comeback since COVID-19 regulations have been gradually lifted. Taking advantage of this, San Diego State’s School of Music...

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SDSU School of Music hosts first on-campus music festival

SDSU School of Music hosts first on-campus music festival

by Nakia Richardson, Staff Writer // April 24, 2019

San Diego State’s School of Music and Dance held its first campus music festival from April 17 to April 20. Pei-Chun Tsai, a violin lecturer at SDSU...

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 D.J. Hopkins will be stepping down as the director of the School of Theatre, Television and Film.

Schools in PSFA announce new directors

by Angelica Wallingford, Staff Writer // April 2, 2018

Two schools in the College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts will have new directors for the fall 2018 semester. Charles Friedrichs and J.D. Hopkins,...

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Renowned oboist stops by Rhapsody Hall to teach eager students

Renowned oboist stops by Rhapsody Hall to teach eager students

by Christine Whitman, Senior Staff Writer // February 15, 2016

At 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 5, a brilliant melody of notes continuously flooded Rhapsody Hall as musicians and audience members gathered promptly to observe...

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World Music Series commences with Qawwali music show

by Sarah Tanori, Senior Staff Writer // September 21, 2015

Musically enriching as it is culturally important, the San Diego State School of Music and Dance’s World Music Series provides an opportunity for the...

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Making music fearlessly

Making music fearlessly

by Olivia Litsey, Senior Staff Writer // September 29, 2014

Fearless is not only a word that reminds us all of past obsessions with Taylor Swift in her heyday. It’s also a  precisely descriptive word of the students...

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SDSU Flute and Piano faculty entertain noon concert crowd

SDSU Flute and Piano faculty entertain noon concert crowd

by Teresa Monaco // March 14, 2014

For most people, epic flute playing is associated with Ron Burgundy’s memorable jazz flute solo in “Anchorman.” However, Burgundy’s flute prowess...

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