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Zach Deputy looped and layered chord progressions, bass, beat boxing, drum sounds, vocals, and guitar at the Rathskeller on Tuesday night. Deputy is best known for his style of island-infused drum n' bass gospel ninja soul music. Victorica McKaba // Contributing Photographer Students were encourage to sign a Pledge to be Kind at the First...
Alumni connects artists to clients
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Alumni connects artists to clients

Artists may not have to wait long to find their first clients. Alumnus Neal Sarin started CreativGlu, a free online service that connects local brands with artists from various industries, three years ago. Hoping to become global, CreativGlu focuses on brands that are based in Miami, such as The Miami New Times and The Daily…

Students volunteer as mentors for Frost MusicReach
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Students volunteer as mentors for Frost MusicReach

The Frost School of Music may have some of its youngest Mozarts in the Frost MusicReach program. Frost MusicReach gives kids in low-income communities, such as Coconut Grove and Overtown, the opportunity to appreciate and be exposed to musical instruments. Children learn about all kinds of music genres from classical and  jazz to bluegrass. Cassandra…

Frost School singer releases second EP
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Frost School singer releases second EP

During the 15-minute break between class, sophomore Jared Dylan camouflages in the sea of scattering students with Arctic Monkeys blasting in his ear buds. The music business major is one of the nation’s youngest and most talented songwriters and was awarded the prestigious John Lennon Scholarship on Sept. 24. “I was sitting in the dining…

Frost School program preps rising musicians
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Frost School program preps rising musicians

The Frost School of Music continues to expand its reach into the South Florida community with its Preparatory Program – a comprehensive, pre-college music instruction for students 6 to 18 years old. The 30-week program gives students a well-rounded musical experience by supplying them with knowledge and tools they can use throughout their lifetime as…

Construction for Frost music studios continues
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Construction for Frost music studios continues

The newest part of the Frost School of Music is expected to be finished by the Fall 2014 semester, and then the school plans to build two more in the coming years, all aimed at enhancing the new experiential curriculum. “There is one construction project underway now – the Patricia Louise Frost Music Studios, North…

Festival Miami to feature Grammy-winning performers
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Festival Miami to feature Grammy-winning performers

Grammy-winning artists Gloria Estefan and Joshua Bell will perform alongside student musicians and faculty at the Frost School of Music’s annual Festival Miami concert series. A month-long event, Festival Miami begins Tuesday and is celebrating its 30th anniversary. Many of the performances will be held at the University of Miami’s Gusman Concert Hall. The concert…

Musician-student creates album outside studio
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Musician-student creates album outside studio

Sometimes walking around UM is like wandering around a music festival. People blast homemade remixes from open dorm rooms, or sit by the lake strumming guitars. Walking past the Frost School, you’ll hear singers rehearsing, or you’ll walk in on a quartet practicing for a show. With so much talent on campus, it can be…

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Music industry expert a role model for students

When music business professor Serona Elton was 8 years old, she sat in the lobby of Criteria Recording Studios in Miami, waiting for her dad to finish his work. While she waited, she looked with admiration at the platinum and gold records that lined the walls. Suddenly, she noticed the Bee Gees stepping out of…

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Jazz professor challenges, inspires students

Few people can say they created the “first” anything, be it the airplane, a dubstep song or a software program. Larry Lapin, professor and program director of studio music and jazz vocal performance at the University of Miami, can. When Lapin came to UM in 1968 to teach theory-composition, there was no such thing as…

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