Jazz AMP Concert

Wednesday, December 06, 2023 at 7:00pm

Building 14, Killian Hall
160 MEMORIAL DR, Cambridge, MA 02139

Jazz Advanced Music Performance (AMP) Concert

 

Program:

 - Con Alma (D. Gillespie/ arr. Mathew Michalek)

 - Actual Proof (H. Hancock/ arr. Jamison Sloan)

 - Salt Peanuts (D. Gillespie/ arr. Sabrina Dramis)

 - Maiden Voyage (H. Hancock/ arr. Jessica Shand)

 - Three/Fourth House/What Is This Thing Called Love? (Andrew Li/Matthew Michalek/Cole Porter)

 - Every Time We Say Goodbye (C. Porter/ arr. Mike Jiang)

Personnel:

  Andrew Li - Alto Saxophone

  Jessica Shand - Flute

  Matthew Michalek - Tenor Saxophone

  Sabrina Dramis - Tap Dancer

  Jamison Sloan - Piano, Keyboard

  Mike Jiang - Piano, Keyboard

  Sebastian Franjou - Electric Bass (Alumni)

  Connor Sturge - Drums (Berklee)

Livestream: https://mta.mit.edu/viewlisten/live-killian-hall

 

About the Emerson/Harris Program for Private Study

Funded by the late Mr. Cherry L. Emerson, Jr. (SM, 1941) in response to an appeal from Associate Provost Ellen T. Harris, Class of 1949 Professor Emeritus of Music, the Emerson/Harris Program (E/HP) offers merit-based financial grants for private lesson study in music to MIT students of outstanding achievement on their instruments or voice in classical, jazz or world music. Each academic year, the Emerson/Harris program awards half or full stipends to cover the cost of lessons to nearly fifty applicants who commit to a full year’s study and participate in the musical life of the MIT community. Subject credit may be obtained commensurate with the project options. Private teacher selections, made in consultation with the music faculty, may include instructors from MIT staff and throughout Greater Boston.

Event Type

Performing Arts

Events By Interest

Arts/Music/Film

Events By Audience

Public, MIT Community, Students, Alumni, Faculty, Staff

Events By School

School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (SHASS)

Tags

music, performance, piano

Website

https://mta.mit.edu/events/jazz-amp-c...

Cost

Free and open to the public.

Department
MIT Music and Theater Arts
Hashtag

#mitmta

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