Online classes for Fall 2020 have posed difficulties in teaching and learning for faculty and students in the School of Music.
In Spring 2017 at Ithaca College, then-freshman Courtney Webster was taking 13 courses, worth 16 credits, to fulfill her music outside field major.
Like many kids, Roald Hoffmann, born to a Polish-Jewish family in Ukraine, had a normal life as a child until the Nazi occupation of Eastern Europe.
A neuromusicologist, discussed the opportunities she has had to change lives through the relationship between music, the brain and language at an Ithaca College Music Forum.
“It’s a definite source of pride that this piece, which has already won a ton of awards, is being worked on at home,” conductor Susan Avery said.
The play is a coming-of-age story about three privileged teenagers — Warren, Dennis and Jessica — who are living in the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
Kesel said a lot of the selected songs reflected how their group feels about politics, and this showcase in particular was more politically fueled than previous showcases.
Natalia Serna also known by her stage name, “La Muna,” said she hopes her performances in Ithaca helped educate locals about the lives of immigrants.