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.
Registration for Spring 2016 classes at UH Maui College has begun! Here is a list of all of our Music studies offerings. You can also download our UHMC Music Studies flyer for Spring 2016 (.pdf format) which contains the same list as well as brief biographies of our faculty. If you have questions, please contact us! We
If you have a Facebook account, you won’t want to miss our postings of free concerts, last-minute discounted tickets, free webinars, tips about songwriting, and photos and videos of live performances such as those from the Open Mic.
UHMC has one of the most diverse music offerings of any college. With the exception of the Institute of Hawaiian Music (IHM) which requires auditioning, most courses are offered without pre-requisites. No auditions. No entrance exams.
Build your own instrument as a project in MUS107 When you check the college website for the availability of classes, you will see many abbreviations and terms that may appear unfamiliar. Consider the music classes available for Fall 2015, for instance. A class is a course taking place at a certain time. A course refers to the content which can be offered at different times.
Attention music lovers! The community is invited to an exciting weeklong series of free events that includes musical performances, workshops, presentations, and even the opportunity to drop in on the music class of their choice. Beginning Monday, April 21st and continuing through Friday, April 25th, the series is your chance to explore your musical side
Poster designed by Rossil Estillore, of Harvey Reed’s Design Class, UHMCDid you know that Room 104 in the Kupa’a Building has more pianos than anywhere else on Maui?
Hawai‘i’s own Bruno Mars has teamed up with the Hawai‘i Community Foundation to offer five scholarships for high school students to Grammy Camp! “The GRAMMY Foundation announced today that five students will receive financial assistance for GRAMMY Camp through the support of the Bruno Mars Scholarship Fund. The scholarship fund was established through a grant from
The Disc Makers Echoes blog posts outstanding features that are geared for independent artists, but really, any recording artist could benefit from this column on writing a great artist bio. Follow the advice here and you may just find it easier to get your music heard by music writers and website visitors.