Performance, scholarship, and creation merge in invigorating sounds and directions in the work of School of Music faculty and students. In this issue of Quarter Notes, read about arts-meets-science work under way at the Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media Brain Lab, where DXARTS founder and UW composition associate professor Juan Pampin and colleagues are working on intriguing projects at the intersection of music and neurology; learn about new publications and recordings by UW Music faculty, and mark your calendar for a Feb.12 concert of thanks by talented UW Music scholarship recipients. Plus: A roundup of news from our faculty, students, and alumni and upcoming performances by faculty musicians (see sidebar of this newsletter). Speaking of performances: All ticket's for tonight's UW Symphony and Seattle Symphony side-by-side concert have been reserved, but a waiting list will be started at the box office starting at 6:30 pm, and unclaimed tickets released to the list ten minutes before showtime. In past years, everyone on the waiting list has gained entry, so please do come down to Meany Theater if you are interested in attending this special free performance.
Your gifts to our scholarship funds provide our students educational and performance opportunities that would otherwise not be possible, and we are grateful for your generosity. To make a gift in support of UW music students, please view a list of priority funds here. Thank you!