Recently, my article about the different pianos in different locations on campus appeared in our online student newspaper Ho‘oulu. “All the Right Notes – In All the Right Places” sounds like a song by One Republic. I wrote the article this past April for my journalism newswriting course to inform readers about the six locations that have pianos for students to use.
Save the date! For the first time ever, we are giving our end-of-semester recital at the Maui Music Conservatory at Queen Ka‘ahumanu Mall, 2nd floor. It's free.
Soon you will see the following flyer around campus! Download your 2-page PDF now by clicking on the image below. You can register for Spring 2015 courses beginning November 2nd, 2015.
Once again, we are grateful for ticket discounts to selected shows at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center (MACC) upon presentation of a UHMC student identification card. These tickets can be purchased any time and any day at the box office before the show begins. The box office is open daily.
Classes start Monday August 24, 2015 and already eager pianists are wondering when they can get access to practice on one of the two dozen pianos in Kupa‘a 104, the main music classroom.
No, it’s not a typing mistake. MUS108 is a new 3-credit course on music literacy — showing you how to read music from scratch. It’s like learning to read from the alphabet. You will learn how to read notes, tap rhythm, and basically “everything you’ve always wanted to know about music but were afraid to ask.”