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Gary Pratt Jazz Scholarship     donate link

After a long and storied career at CSUN, Mr. Pratt will be retiring at the end of the Spring 2019 semester. However, though he will no longer be teaching, his legacy will continue to have an impact on students through the Gary Pratt Jazz Studies Scholarship Fund, created through his generosity. In celebration of his incredible tenure at CSUN and the generations of Jazz musicians that he has helped grow and develop, we ask you to donate to this important scholarship fund, so that financial burdens placed on these students can be lessened, allowing for more of their time to be spent practicing and refining their art. 

Highlights

Chamber Music Takes the Spotlight with Four-Day Festival

February 12, 2019

Masterclass

Four days of chamber music performances, lectures and master classes hosted by CSUN’s Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication, highlighting the talents of visiting musicians, faculty, alumni and students in the music department. Read more

Sherlock Holmes Lives On Through CSUN Alum’s Stories

February 8, 2019

Roger Zuch

The famous fictional duo, private detective Sherlock Holmes along with his assistant and biographer Dr. John H. Watson, have created lasting ripples in the world of literature as they ingeniously solve mysteries — ones that are complex to the layman but are merely “elementary” to Holmes himself — through logic and deduction for different clients, including the London police in Scotland Yard. Read more

CSUN’s Tempo Ensemble Is Dedicated to Contemporary Music

January 28, 2019

Julia Heinen

For Julia Heinen, performing music written by living composers is a special experience. The chance to work directly with the composer, crafting the music the way the composer hears it and bringing that vision to life for an audience is extraordinary. Read more

CSUN Artists Explore ‘The Golden Rule’ in Exhibit

January 14, 2019

Iris Peretz standing with artwork

A group of ten California State University, Northridge graduate and undergraduate art students explore the theme of human compassion through their art in a free art exhibition on display now at the Canoga Park Youth Art Center. Read more

CSUN Alumnus Rises from Roadie to the Stage with Classic Rock Band

January 7, 2019

Dewey Bunnell and Bill Worrell

In 2009, members of the classic rock band America tapped California State University, Northridge alumnus Worrell ’08 (Classical Guitar Performance) to sub in for lead guitarist Michael Woodzy Woods. The pressure was immense, but Worrell’s skill and dedication proved to be greater. Read more

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