Arts and Humanities dean issues statement on death of music Prof. Brad Hufft

Brad Hufft

~ Video: The Musica Viva Quartet perform “Hurricane,” an arrangement for string quartet by Dr. Brad Hufft. Performing are Susan Doering and Daniel Hang on violin, Claudia Shiuh on viola, and Dieter Wulfhorst on cello.  UPDATE: Services for Dr. Brad Hufft will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 21, at the College Community Church, Mennonite […]

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Music Notes: Piano majors in concert April 23

Fresno State Piano Majors

The Department of Music presents Fresno State piano majors in concert for their annual spring recital at 7 p.m. Sunday, April 23, in the Wahlberg Recital Hall. The students will perform works by Haydn, Mozart, Brahms, Schumann, Chopin, Liszt, Rachmaninoff, Ravel, Debussy and Warren. The cost of admission $5 for all seats. INFO: 559.278.2337.

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MCJ students honored for their film work

MC student honored

~ Pictured above, from left: Program director Genoveva Islas, Fresno State student Raul Reyes and communications specialist Eva Marie Falk. Raul Reyes, Ricky Gutierrez, Carmen Chiu and Vanessa Valenzuela, students in the MCJ 118S class, were honored with the Volunteer Award at Cultiva La Salud’s 10-year anniversary celebration on April 12 at the Radisson Hotel in […]

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Music of America Concert Series: Evo Bluestein and Friends April 22

Evo Bluestein

A concert by local musician Evo Bluestein and friends will launch a new Music of America Concert Series at Fresno State. The concert will coincide with Earth Day, at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 22, in Wahlberg Recital Hall. Performers will include Bluestein, Terry Barrett, Barry Shultz, Patricia Wells-Solarzano and Agustin Lira, Two for the Road and The Gilly Girls. […]

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Music student advances to national opera finals; others win awards

Music students win awards

~ By Tom Uribes, reprinted from Fresno State music major Tiffanie Trujillo has advanced to the New York Lyric Opera’s National Competition that will be held April 28 on Broadway in New York City. Trujillo, 21, of Fresno, qualified during the semi-final round in the classical category in Division 1 (ages 18-28) held March […]

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Summer Arts application deadlines approach May 1

CSU students and non-students alike will come together this summer to take intensive two-week courses in the discipline of their choice at Fresno State. Application deadlines for Summer Arts are as soon as May 1. This year, Summer Arts will offer 20 different courses in creative writing, theatre, dance, visual art and design, media and animation, […]

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CineCulture, Filmworks present ‘The Salesman’ April 14

Poster for The Salesman

Fresno State’s CineCulture film series and Fresno Filmworks will present two screenings of “The Salesman” at 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Friday, April 14, at the Tower Theatre (815 E. Olive Ave.). Academy Award winner for Best Foreign Language Film, “The Salesman,” an Iranian thriller, presents the story of Emad and Rana, a couple acting in a theatrical production of Arthur […]

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Fresno City Hall proclaims April 6 ‘Collegian Day’

The Collegian student newspaper staff

~ By Tom Uribes, reprinted from The Fresno City Council will proclaim April 6 as “The Collegian Day” to honor the University’s student-run newspaper for its accomplishments at this year’s California Collegiate Media Association statewide competition. This year, the newspaper won 18 awards, including best newspaper inside page/spread design, best sales promotional material and […]

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Fresno State Focus April 5: Careers, security against hacking and ASI elections

Computer screen

This week on Fresno State Focus, a public affairs program produced by students in the Department of Media, Communication and Journalism, anchors Courtney Rodgers of Clovis and Jerry Gomez of Hanford will speak with the Fresno State Career Development Center to find out about job opportunities available to students after graduation. The show will also feature an inside look […]

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