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V Jazz Show Campinas Will Have 39 Eight-Day Programming Activities

SÁBADO 29/06/19 – na Battataria (Av. Albino J. B. de Oliveira, 2297. Barão Geraldo)*entrada R$15,00 21h30 – BRUNO MANGUEIRA convida KIM PENSYL (USA)Bruno Mangueira, guitarrista, viveu em Campinas onde concluiu os cursos de bacharelado, mestrado e doutorado em Música pela Unicamp. Residiu também nas cidades de São Paulo, Nova Iorque e Cincinnati (EUA), onde desenvolveu parte de seu doutorado como pesquisador visitante na University of Cincinnati. Participou de shows e gravações no Brasil, Estados Unidos e França, ao lado de artistas como Zizi Possi, Leila Pinheiro, Toninho Horta, Nelson Ayres, Gilson Peranzzetta, Paulo Jobim, Alaíde Costa, Jamelão, Filó Machado, Mauro Senise, Vinícius Dorin, Sizão Machado, Helio Alves, Phil DeGreg, Rick DellaRatta, Mandy Gaines, Kim Pensyl, Paul Keller, Leonardo Montana, Bruno Schorp e Fred Pasqua. Apresentou-se como solista junto a orquestras sinfônicas e big bands brasileiras e norte-americanas. Realizou trabalhos de arranjo e direção musical para CDs, DVD e espetáculos, além de ter composições e arranjos executados por orquestras e big bands em diversas cidades brasileiras e norte-americanas. Atualmente Bruno acompanha a cantora Zizi Possi. Neste show, Bruno convida o norte-americano Kim Pensy. Pianista de jazz e new age, estudou na Ohio State University e a University of California, Northridge, para a pós-graduação e teve vários CDs produzidos pela Shanachie Records. Trabalhou em bandas com Al Hirt, Don Ellis, Hubert Laws, Gerald Wilson e Guy Lombardo. -- Z1Portal - Brazil (in Portuguese)

Pianist Eric Reed

In May 1986, at Colburn School, Reed met Wynton Marsalis, a meeting that would greatly help his career. At the age of 18, for one year studying at California State University, Northridge, Reed had a tour with Marsalis. He joined Septet Marsalis a year later, and worked with him from 1990 to 1991 (from 1991-1992 he worked with Joe Henderson and Freddie Hubbard) which continued from 1992 to 1995. He then worked with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra for two years. (1996-1998), and led his own group in 1999. -- Warta Jazz (in Indonesian)

Local businessman touched many lives

The avid reader and history buff began his career in the United States Navy working on a nuclear submarine. He then attended the University of Colorado and graduated from Cal State Northridge with a degree in Mathematics. Computer science preceded his real estate career. -- The Coast News

Summer Movie Fest At CSUN

Summer Movie Fest at CSUN is an outdoor movie screening series held every Thursday during the summer months has grown to become a part of the Northridge culture. Each week Associated Students Productions brings a popular movie, free activities, food trunks, and entertainment to the center of the campus on the Oviatt Lawn for all to enjoy. -- San Fernando Valley Sun

Jeff Penfield To Exit KCSN/KSBR (88.5 FM)/Los Angeles

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, NORTHRIDGE Triple A KCSN/KSBR (88.5 FM)/LOS ANGELES acting PD JEFF PENFIELD reached out to ALL ACCESS to say he is leaving the station at the end of the month. His last day will be FRIDAY, JUNE 28th. -- All Access Media Group

Milton publisher's latest authors span both coasts

A resident of Northridge, Calif., and a professor of psychology at California State University in Northridge, Charnofsky has written several books across a lengthy career that includes playing ball for the New York Yankees farm system during the 1950s and teaching for more than 50 years. -- Cape Gazette

Give Raul Ruiz his due — he was also an important scholar

He was a scholar. He made a mark as a distinguished professor at Cal State Northridge, where he taught in the Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies. The department program is noted as one of the finest in the country. Ruiz assisted students in many ways in their college experience, particularly students who were first in their families to attend a university. -- Los Angeles Times

Mohamed Morsi, Who Brought the Muslim Brotherhood to the Egyptian Presidency

Their initial choice, Khairat el-Shater, was disqualified on a technicality. After that, they put forward Morsi, whom the press immediately nicknamed al-stebn, “the spare tire,” because he was rolled out like an extra wheel. He was overweight, bespectacled, and bearded, and he never seemed comfortable as a politician. He received a Ph.D., in materials science, from the University of Southern California, and taught briefly at California State University, Northridge. But, reportedly, his time in the U.S. had left him disgusted by many American values, including the casual ways in which men and women interacted. -- The New Yorker

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