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On the cusp of earning their bachelor’s degrees, the 2,292 undergraduates in UMass Lowell’s Class of 2013 are moving forward with plans to launch careers, seek advanced degrees, start businesses and chase their dreams – prepared in large measure by their University experiences.
Members of the Music and Entertainment Industry Student Association made professional connections in Nashville over spring break and have high hopes for the group’s future on campus and beyond.
Jordan Rudess, legendary keyboardist for Dream Theater, held a master class for students and learned about their new instruments before giving a concert to benefit scholarships in the music department.
Jordan Rudess, a renowned keyboardist and music application developer, will play a scholarship benefit concert for the music department on Feb. 21 after giving master classes for students.
Jordan Rudess of Dream Theater is coming to UMass Lowell on Feb. 21 to present a concert for the public to benefit scholarships and, for UMass Lowell music students, once-in-a-lifetime master classes.
Music students and faculty had a private tour and performance of keyboards from the Museum of Fine Arts’ musical instrument collection.
UMass Lowell adjunct music professor Mark Berger is a finalist for the Rapido! competition, a “quick-fire” contest for composers, who write short chamber pieces within two weeks.
Asst. Prof. Alex Ruthmann traveled to several countries during his sabbatical to teach and research music and technology.
The Greater Lowell Music Theatre, founded in part by alumni Jack Neary and Leon Grande, will bring its first production of “The Music Man” to Durgin Concert Hall on Aug. 3 and 4.
Many members of the class of 2012 have landed their coveted first post-college professional jobs.
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