This week’s session will be led by Nick Panoutsos, come through!
The house band will be Joseph Yang, Seiji Yamashita, and Jason Lewis
Many thanks to Jakob for taking time out of his schedule to meet up with Seiji for an interview after K-factor!
We were so lucky at ReacttotheK to have the chance to watch the K-Factor, an orchestral rendition of K-pop. Here is the recap video we made!
UUU Art Gallery, 9:30- 10:30
Shag Mantra May 10 at The Firehouse Saloon. 9PM
With a social venture dedicated to education equity, an increasing role in student organizations, and an inspiring story, junior Hector Carvajal, once a high school dropout, is a new leader on our campus.
Nathan Kay - Trumpet
Ray Logan - Saxophone
Seiji Yamashita - Piano
Rafael Enciso - Bass
Stephen Morris - Drums
Saturday, March 23, 2019 at 7 PM
Rayburn Wright Room (ESM 120)
Six months after graduating undergrad, and three months into her career as a middle and high school science teacher, Cayley Hallahan found out she had to undergo an open-heart surgery called the Ross procedure, which involves an aortic valve transplant.
First non-degree recital as a Master's student at Eastman! Saturday December 1st at 7 pm in Howard Hanson Recital Hall. Come hear a concert of original works performed by the following:
7pm in Howard Hanson Hall
all original music
Nick Panoutsos Quartet @ Shrine
November 3, 6 PM
Join us for the culminating event of my time in the jazz department here at Eastman! We'll be playing the music of Jimmy Heath, Michael Brecker, Kenny Wheeler, Gene de Paul and Ilja Reijngoud.
Michael Steele, one of the headliners of Mel Weekend, led a discussion on American politics in which he argued that citizens need to be engaged and understand what they believe is worth fighting for.
Saturday. September 29. 9pm. Howard Hanson.
Drums and Cymbals: Ian Carle
Piano: Seiji Yamashita
Double Bass: Rafael Enciso
Tenor Sax: Rowan Wolf
Trumpet: Emiel De Jaegher
At the end of each recital or performance, musicians are used to hearing people emphatically telling them how gifted they are. These compliments are well-deserved, as there is a talent, passion, and dedication needed to warrant these compliments.
Bassist Nick Panoutsos has become an increasingly prominent voice in the Bay Area jazz scene, with a rapidly growing freelance career in New York. His quartet features a mix of original music and re-imagined arrangements of jazz standards, drawing inspiration from the post-bop era of the 1960s.
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