Channel - Concerts and Performance
8/14/2018 5:42:08 PM

Channel Videos

A Night of Tangos: The Jorge Retamoza Trio
A group shaped by Argentine musicians which, taking to the tango as the first expression, incorporates gestures of the jazz and the contemporary music. The result is a music called style "post-Piazzolla" or “New Tango," which establishes this way a continuity to the work begun by Astor Piazzolla. The repertoire is mainly original music, some arrangements of tunes of Piazzolla and Rovira and a few tango standards that the group uses as vehicles for improvisation. The group plays regularly in Argentina and South America, appearing in festivals of tango and jazz – Mar del Jazz, Jazz y Otras Músicas, Jóven Guardia del Tango, Tango del Siglo 21, Tango 06, Buenos Aires Festival de Tango, National Library Hall, National Fund of The Arts, Cultural Centers, MAC, and TV shows. They have also toured Spain (Barcelona, Reus, Coruña, Santiago, Lugo, Vigo, Pontevedra, Madrid). Date: November 13, 2012 Location: Cullen Hall Length: 67 mins
Default Presenter
6/17/2016 1:26:34 AM
View

An Evening of Lessons and Carols: UST University Singers
The UST University Singers in Advent and Christmastide readings and music at the Chapel of St. Basil.
Default Presenter
9/30/2016 5:24:16 PM
View

An Evening of Scenes from Opera and Musical Theater
Includes scenes from Titanic, On the town, Once Upon A Mattress, The Medium, Giulio Cesare and Hansel und Gretel. Date: March 16, 2013 Location: Cullen Hall Length: 55 mins
Default Presenter
6/15/2016 11:07:40 PM
View

Fall Choral Concert: University Singers
The program includes Dietrich Buxtehude’s cantata Rejoice, Earth and Heaven, BuxVW 122, Joseph Haydn’s Missa brevis in G (Missa rorate coeli desuper) and anthems by local composer David Ashley White. The University Singers are under the musical direction of Dr. Brady Knapp. Courtney Daniell-Knapp will be the guest conductor.
Default Presenter
10/1/2016 12:03:23 AM
View

Monaghan Organ Recital
The featured organist is James Frazier, who is the music director at St. John’s Episcopal Church in St. Paul, Minnesota. Fr. Francis E. Monaghan, CSB, was an important member of the UST community for 43 years. He was a music lecturer, and his legacy lives on in this annual organ recital. Date: November 10, 2009 Location: Chapel of St. Basill Length: 56 mins
Default Presenter
6/16/2016 1:29:21 AM
View

Opera Scenes Workshop
Scenes from Opera and Musical Theatre featuring scenes from The Mikado, Amahl and the Night Visitors, The Medium, Kismet, A Little Night Music, Gypsy and others. Dr. Brady Knapp, music director; Debra Dickinson, stage director/choreographer; Jasmine Hatem, accompanist. Date: March 7, 2009 Location: Cullen Hall Length: 77 mins
Default Presenter
6/16/2016 12:01:12 AM
View

Opera Scenes Workshop - Fall 2009
Scenes from Opera and Musical Theatre featuring scenes from The Yeomen of the Guard, Street Scene, 110 in the Shade, The Telephone, The Old Man & the Thief, and Oklahoma. Dr. Brady Knapp, music director; Debra Dickinson, stage director/choreographer; Jasmine Hatem, accompanist. Date: October 2, 2009 Location: Cullen Hall Length: 60 mins
Default Presenter
6/15/2016 10:40:30 PM
View

Opera Scenes Workshop - Spring 2010
Join the UST Music Department for an evening of scenes from classic opera, operetta, and musical theatre including Handel's Giulio Cesare, Lehár's The Merry Widow, Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma!, and Bernstein and Sondheim's West Side Story. Opera Scenes Workshop is helmed by musical director Dr. Brady Knapp, stage director/choreographer Debra Dickinson, and accompanist Jasmine Hatem. Date: February 10, 2010 Location: Cullen Halll Length: 73 mins
Default Presenter
6/16/2016 12:12:38 AM
View

Opera Workshop 2007
The UST Music Department presents Gilbert and Sullivan's Pirates of Penzance or the Slave of Duty.
Default Presenter
9/29/2016 7:50:51 PM
View

Opera Workshop, 2006
First performance of the Fall 2006 Concert Series
Default Presenter
9/30/2016 2:40:52 PM
View

Opera Workshop: Pirates of Penzance
The UST Music Department presents Gilbert and Sullivan's Pirates of Penzance or the Slave of Duty.
Default Presenter
9/30/2016 3:01:16 PM
View

Pop Singers 2007
For 2007 the UST Pop Singers perform their annual Broadway show revue. Directed by Dr. Brady Knapp with choreograph by Debra Dickinson.
Default Presenter
10/4/2016 2:40:27 PM
View

Pop Singers Revue
The production is under the musical direction of Dr. Brady Knapp. Debra Dickinson is the stage director and choreographer. Knapp leads the ensemble in several selections of Broadway’s greatest hits. Date: November 24, 2009 Location: Cullen Halll Length: 49 mins
Default Presenter
6/16/2016 5:02:12 PM
View

PopSingers 2006
2006 UST Pop Singers Concert
Default Presenter
9/30/2016 3:01:04 PM
View

River Oaks Chamber Orchestra String Quartet
Program for the February 23 Performance Elena Ruehr, Deschutes Driftwood Felix Mendelssohn, Four Pieces for S String Quartet, Op. 81 John Corigliano, Snapshot Circa 190 09 Zoltan Kodaly, String quartet No. 2, Op. 10 Date: February 23, 2012 Location: Cullen Hall Length: 70 mins
Default Presenter
6/17/2016 5:03:05 PM
View

Spring Choral Concert: University Singers
The University of St. Thomas Music department presents Spring Choral Concert: University Singers featuring the music of Neumark, Manz, Reynolds, Marcello, Albrechtsberger, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Self, Ness Beck, Wagner, and Stroope. Dr. Brady Knapp, director; Courtney Daniell-Knapp, guest conductor. Date: March 24, 2009 Location: The Chapel of St. Basill Length: 40 mins
Default Presenter
6/21/2016 9:23:26 PM
View

Spring Choral Concert: University Singers (May 2009)
Immerse yourself in the beautiful music which will be presented in the Spring Choral Concert: UST University Singers featuring Joseph Haydn's Missa brevis in F, H XXII: 1. "The Missa brevis in F, H XXII: 1, is apparently Haydn's earliest surviving composition; on rediscovering it in old age he pronounced himself pleased by ‘the melody and a certain youthful fire' (Dies), which are enhanced by resourceful contrasts between the two solo sopranos and the chorus." (James Webster and Georg Feder, Grove Music Online) Directed by Dr. Malcolm Rector. Guest conductor Courtney Daniell-Knapp. Date: May 5, 2009 Location: Chapel of St. Basil Length: 40 mins
Default Presenter
6/21/2016 9:02:33 PM
View

The UST Pop Singers: Featuring Music from Films and Musicals
Music Performed From Films and Musicals: Hollywood Hotel, Singin' in the Rain, The Wizard of Oz, Sun Valley Serenade, The Harvey Girls, For the Boys, Kiss Me, Kate, Shall We Dance, The Yearling, Little Johnny Jones, The Most Happy Fella, Royal Wedding, The Fantasticks, A Chorus Line, Man of La Mancha, La Cage aux Folles
Default Presenter
9/30/2016 5:24:14 PM
View

Traffic in Women (part 1)
“Traffic in Women” is a progressive theater piece with an all-female cast (plus one male youth) that focuses on the nature of revenge. The light drama clashes “Attic” themes with post-modern attitudes and revives the Furies—the ever popular avenging deities last seen in Aeschylus’ classical trilogy, the Oresteia. In a quest to regain powers of revenge that Athena persuaded them to surrender more than 2,400 years ago in the Eumenides, the three sisters force a dialogue between the goddess of wisdom and several of the most violent women of classical myth.
Default Presenter
9/28/2016 10:30:13 PM
View

Traffic in Women (part 2)
Don’t miss part two of the trilogy “Traffic in Women,” the progressive theater piece with an all-female cast that divides its focus between revenge and grief. The light drama clashes Attic themes with post-modern attitude and revives the Furies—those ever popular avenging deities. Having regained partial powers of revenge from Athena in Part I, they find themselves caught in Act 4, scene 1 of MacBeth until Hecate comes to the rescue. The plot moves on to a humorous scenario: a grief group in the underworld.
Default Presenter
9/29/2016 2:24:23 PM
View

Traffic In Women III: A Retrial of the Danaids
The Traffic in Women trilogy initially began as a series of poems for Lowery and later developed into the plays, all original works. UST associate professor of communication and alumna, Dr. Livia Bornigia, co-produces and co-directs all three plays with Lowery. She has also acted in all three plays, portraying such characters as Aphrodite, Helen of Troy, Medea and Laodamia. In “Traffic in Women III,” she plays main Danaid, Pirene, as well as Melpomene, Muse of Tragedy. Other alumni working on th
Default Presenter
9/29/2016 2:24:19 PM
View

University Singers: Lessons and Carols Concert
Dr. Brady Knapp directs the ensemble in a program of seasonal carols, anthems, motets and readings from the Advent and Christmas narrative. Courtney Daneill-Knapp is the guest conductor. Date: December 1, 2009 Location: Chapel of St. Basil Length: 58 mins
Default Presenter
6/13/2016 8:44:53 PM
View

University Singers: Winter Choral Concert
Dr. Brady Knapp, Director/Organist Courtney Daniell-Knapp, Guest Conductor Date: March 9, 2010 Location: Chapel of St. Basill Length: 45 mins
Default Presenter
6/27/2016 4:44:17 PM
View

UST Composers Concert
Original music composed by UST faculty and alumni. Selections by Andrew Nishikawa, Dr. Reynaldo Ochoa, Omar Peña and Dr. Malcolm Rector are performed. Date: October 27, 2009 Location: Chapel of St. Basill Length: 41 mins
Default Presenter
5/25/2016 6:36:17 PM
View

UST Jazz Ensemble Concert - Fall 2009
Dr. Malcolm Rector leads the talented UST Jazz Ensemble in performing some of the most heart warming and exhilarating Jazz pieces ever written. Date: December 1, 2009 Location: Cullen Hall Length: 53 mins
Default Presenter
6/6/2016 3:11:48 PM
View

UST Jazz Ensemble Concert - Spring 2009
The UST Jazz Ensemble performs some of the most vibrant music ever written by some of the most ingenious composers of our time, including Monk, Charlie Parker, Bill Withers, and Lester Young. Directed by Dr. Malcolm Rector. Date: April 27, 2009 Location: Cullen Hall Length: 55 mins
Default Presenter
6/6/2016 8:00:30 PM
View

UST Pop Singers
2007 UST Pop Singers
Default Presenter
9/29/2016 7:50:20 PM
View

UST Pop Singers - Spring 2009
Featuring the music of The New Mel Brooks Musical Young Frankenstein, The Muppets Take Manhattan The Bugs Bunny Show, Finian’s Rainbow, Kiss Me, Kate, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Flower Drum Song, Kiss Me, Kate, Ziegfield Follies and the Gershwin songbook. Dr. Brady Knapp, director; Debra Dickinson, stage director/choreographer; Alec Warren, percussion. Date: April 21, 2009 Location: Cullen Hall Length: 52 mins
Default Presenter
6/16/2016 3:19:44 PM
View

Mediasite Showcase
Mediasite's the trusted cornerstone of any campus or enterprise video strategy. Our unyielding commitment to all things video helps you transform education, training, communications and online events.
Webcasting Video Content Management Video Delivery Integration Services Mediasite Community
Powered By Mediasite - Enterprise Video Platform
Mediasite
Sonic Foundry