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PAMA-Southeast 'Free to Play': Arts Research Performances

Event Type: Music
Facility: School of Music (MUS)
Presented By: School of Music
PAMA-Southeast 'Free to Play': Arts Research Performances	

The purpose of the PAMA-Southeast 'Free to Play' conference is to:
1) Share research and practice in performing arts medicine featuring international keynote speakers and national and regional practitioners  
2) Educate arts and health communities about this multidisciplinary emerging field  
3) Engage USF students and faculty with experts' knowledge and perspectives 
4) Present a Concert of the best of arts research.

Performing Arts Medicine Association Southeast Regional Conference presents an evening of concert showcasing the best of artists' research. The performances include:

USF Chamber Singers
-Dr. James Bass, Conductor

USF President's Trio:  Brahms' "Piano Trio No 1 in B Major, 1st Movement"
-Christina Adams, violin; Mikel Thomas, cello; Kevin Wu, piano

Noah Waddell, youth pianist: Beethoven's "Piano Concerto #3 in C Major, 1st Movement" 

Dr. Grigorios Zamparas: Liszt's "Concert Paraphrase of Verdi's Opera 'Ernani"

USF Medical Dance Group, assisted by the USF Health Orchestra
-Dr. Marzenna Wiranowska, Director, Dr. Frazier Stevenson, Conductor 

A Collaboration of USF Dance, Center for Assistive, Rehabilitative and Robotics Technologies(CARRT), 
and Marine Science: "Emergent Form: Rolling Robotic Dance" 
- Merry Lynn Morris, Choreographer and Dr. John O'Leary, Composer. 
Date: 3/8/2014
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Location: Barness Recital Hall
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Location: Concert Hall-Stage
Start Time: 7:30 PM
End Time: 9:00 PM
Location: Conference Ctr. A/B
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