Posts tagged "kohl"

Photos from Carina Wu ‘17

Corey Worley ‘17 takes you on a tour of the Conservatory on our Oberlin Blogs! 

Corey Worley ‘17 takes you on a tour of the Conservatory on our Oberlin Blogs! 

Ready for some jazz? Small Jazz Ensembles performances are kicking off this Sunday. They are all at 7 PM at the Cat in the Cream!
Other performances this week: Tues April 22, Thurs April 24, and Sunday April 27.

Ready for some jazz? Small Jazz Ensembles performances are kicking off this Sunday. They are all at 7 PM at the Cat in the Cream!


Other performances this week: Tues April 22, Thurs April 24, and Sunday April 27.

Happy Sunday!

Happy Sunday!

Found on the digital signs in the Kohl Building!

Found on the digital signs in the Kohl Building!

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A calm explanation of the finer details of performing vs. recording (Taken with Cinemagram)

Adrian Farmer talks with Alison Lee, pianist for the session.

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A calm explanation of the finer details of performing vs. recording (Taken with Cinemagram)

Adrian Farmer talks with Alison Lee, pianist for the session.

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Taking a listen (Taken with Cinemagram)

This comes from today’s Masterclass regarding recording with Adrian Farmer, pictured.

willroanephoto:

Taking a listen (Taken with Cinemagram)

This comes from today’s Masterclass regarding recording with Adrian Farmer, pictured.

One of the digital signs in Kohl

One of the digital signs in Kohl

This video comes from the Opening Celebration for the Bertram and Judith Kohl jazz building in 2010, and features Farnell Newton ‘99 on trumpet, Berny Pelsmajer ‘99 on tenor saxophone, Mike Jones ‘96 on piano, Chris Mees ‘09 on bass, and Neal Smith ‘96 on drums.

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