Jason Staniulis (‘13) and Colleen Harwood (‘13)—two School of Music Sound Recording Technology (SRT) graduates who have just completed their degrees this month—are starting the New Year as new-hires at two of New York City’s most desirable recording studios.
Staniulis is serving as General Assistant at Germano Studios, credited with recording the who’s who of the industry over the years, including John Lennon, Michael Jackson, Neil Young and B.B. King, among many others. Studio CEO Troy Germano formerly ran The Hit Factory, another household studio name in the city.
Harwood will begin her position at the newly opened Jungle City Studios, a multi-million dollar facility orchestrated by Alicia Keys' longtime recording engineer Ann Mincieli. The studio generated highly positive reviews in the pages of New York Times, Vanity Fair, and Mix Magazine.
Thank you to the School of Music faculty, staff and students for their participation in the 2012 New York State School Music Association Annual Conference. Held last weekend in Rochester, NY, the Ithaca College School of Music was applauded for displays, presentations, performances and parties. Attendees enjoyed performances from the Jazz Ensemble and Choir, with many faculty members traveling to present at the conference. The alumni gathering Friday evening attracted more than 100 music educators and their guests.
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Ithaca College students and alumni network during this annual series of events held during winter and spring break. Network Nights are informal gatherings that provide a wonderful opportunity for students to discuss career issues and the current job market with IC alumni currently working in a variety of fields. This series of networking events is open to Ithaca students studying in any...
Clarinetist Jean Kopperud will be giving a unique class called "On the Edge: Learning to Give Peak Performances", November 7 at 6PM in Ford Hall Auditorium The class teaches performers of all stripes—including actors, musicians and singers, and public speakers such as lawyers and business professionals—methods to ease stage anxiety. The class incorporates the best methods she has gleaned from numerous acting and dance classes, as well personal tips from a life spent before an audience. Any students who might be interested in playing for Ms. Kopperud in the class should contact Richard Faria at email@example.com.