Guest cellist Hans Jørgen Jensen gave a guest lecture on the topic of practicing to the CSUSB Symphony Orchestra students followed by a guest cello masterclass.
Thanks to a close partnership with the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra, CSUSB music students demonstrated their skills on camera as part of the orchestra’s Music in the Schools program.
The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly presented numerous challenges for the CSUSB music department, but that hasn’t stopped them from picking up their instruments.
The College of Arts and Letters and the School of Entrepreneurship partnered to create the new “Entrepreneurship in the Arts” minor, designed for all students in the arts, with the first core class offered this spring.
Starting fall semester, the Department of Music will offer the “Coyote Mariachi Ensemble,” a new class open to any student regardless of major. Enrollment is by audition only.
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Two Korean-language news websites mentioned the visit to South Korea of CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales and the university’s delegation of students and faculty. The articles were translated by Google Translate and the summaries edited for clarity.
Students from California State University San Bernardino (CSUSB) Orchestra and Seoul Cyber University held a joint concert at Seoul Art Center, Wednesday, in celebration of their partnership.
A group of Cal State San Bernardino students and faculty embarked on a musical adventure when they performed in an orchestral concert at the world-renowned Seoul Arts Center in South Korea on Wednesday, Oct. 2.