The Rutgers University–Camden Department of Fine Arts will present its annual collaborative holiday concert, “Sounds of the Season,” which will feature three of the music program’s prominent ensembles, as well as soloists and several Rutgers–Camden faculty members performing seasonal selections.
The Rutgers–Camden Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Eric Polack, a part-time lecturer of music, will perform a series of instrumental selections that put a classically jazzy spin on some holiday tunes.
Participants will chat with multimedia artist Nadav Assor, who creates videos, installations, performances, and objects that focus on the ability of technology to mediate between geography, body, and personal narratives.
During these interactive SkypeOnArt sessions, artists who are luminaries in their fields Skype in from other parts of the country and around the globe, share their images or video shorts with the participants, and answer questions.
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Kick off the holiday season with gems from the Baroque and early Classical periods, featuring the crisp brilliance of the Symphony in C strings, a virtuoso trumpet concerto, and familiar favorites by Handel and Mozart. The nationally recognized Symphony in C, one of three professional training orchestras in the United States, performs at Rutgers–Camden.
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