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SLUFunk

Two key ideas inspire SLUFunk: first, being part of a tight, hard-driving, horn-based band that gets people dancing is a powerful musical and social experience; and, second, making that experience happen demands commitment and a willingness to seek out opportunities to play.

The band’s core repertoire remains the funk and soul music of the 60s-80s, but each semester’s incarnation of the band has developed its own set lists that draw on participants' interests and strengths, which have ranged from multipart vocal harmony to instrumental soul to ska to hip hop.  

Kinan Azmeh's CityBand

Formed in 2006 in New York City, Kinan Azmeh's CityBand immediately gained recognition for their virtuosic and high energy performances. Kinan Azmeh, clarinet; Kyle Sanna, guitar; John Hadfield, percussion; Josh Myers, bass. Click here for more information or to listen to their music.

Open Discussion: "New Approaches to Studying Visual Materials in the Humanities"

Jentery Sayers is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Victoria, with research interests in comparative media studies, digital humanities, Anglo-American modernism, computers and composition, and teaching with technologies. This workshop on photogrammetry is part of a two-day visit to St. Lawrence University February 27-28, 2014. Read more about Sayers and his work here.

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