USM Gorham Cultural Affairs Committee


Da Capo Chamber Players
The opportunity for music students to have their works rehearsed and read by an ensemble of Da Capo's caliber is rare for composition students, and the resulting recordings provide students with a lifelong component to their composition portfolio. Da Capo has a history of working with student composers. It was tremendously gratifying for the student composers to get a sense of their own works measured up to works by composition students throughout the country (answer: quite well).
The Department of Theatre presents a public performance on Monday, November 19th at 7:30 which is the culmination of a two-day workshop with Josh Chenard. Chenard and participants will explore the powerful experience of working with archetypes, energies and characters that have spanned time and culture. The performance is followed by a discussion with a diverse group of USM Faculty. Presented with support from the USM Gorham Cultural Affairs Committee. Free.
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2014-2015 Projects

In the 2014-2015 academic year, the USM Gorham Cultural Affairs Committee is pleased to support 2 major projects in the School of Music and Department of Theatre.

In 2015-2016, the committee's support will turn again to the Department of Art, and then to the Department of Theatre and School of Music again in 2015-2016. Click the link below for more information about the current and past projects.

The USM Gorham Cultural Affairs Committee supports events that benefit students and the general public in Gorham and surrounding communities, and is made possible with funds from the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.

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