James Adler, adjunct professor of fine arts, received a glowing review in [Q]onStage for his performance with QUO on April 16. The review, written by Bruce-Michael Gelbert, features the headline, “QUO Weaves Musical Magic in Spring Concert, with James Adler Piano Concerto a Highlight.”
Adjunct Professor of Fine Arts James Adler’s “Carols of Splendour” was performed by the 100-voice Eugene Concert Choir & Orchestra at a holiday concert in Eugene, Oregon. The concert, “A Dickens of a Christmas,” was led by artist director Diane Retallack and included choristers and performers in Elizabethan costumes as well as a variety of […]
James Adler, adjunct professor of fine arts, received a glowing review in [Q]onStage for his Introspections recital at the Yamaha Artist Services Piano Salon on Tuesday, November 3. Among the composers featured in this program was Kevin Cummines, adjunct professor of fine arts. Read the review.
Composer on Fire, a podcast dedicated to interviewing composers, recently interviewed James Adler, adjunct professor of fine arts, about his knowledge in the music business. Listen to the interview.
Sonograma Magazine, a publication of musical thought and cultural diffusion, has published an article by James Adler, adjunct professor of fine arts. His article “Introspections: An Introspective and a Retrospective” delves into the inspirations for each piece on his recent Albany Records album “Introspections,” providing deeper insight into the personal stories and music theory behind […]
On April 28, the fine arts department inducted new members into the Kappa Pi International Honorary Art Fraternity, Zeta Alpa Mu Chapter. The chapter officers are Joy Tally, president; Sean Vidamo, vice president; Jordon Black, secretary; and Kenneth Forde, treasurer. The members include Nidia Nielda, Ricardo DeJesus, Breanna Murphy, Mykela Pascual, Ana Zapata, Alejandro Rubin, Amina McConneyhead, Siobhan Gordon, Jereena Vanghese, Regina Humphrey, Neechelle Ingram and Alexandra Rivera. Congratulations fine arts […]
Featuring the work of Professor Beatrice Mady, Tatiana Lopez ’14 and Sidney Montanez ’14:
On April 17, the Department of Fine Arts initiated eight undergraduate students into the Saint Peter’s University Zeta Alpha Mu chapter of Kappa Pi, the international honorary art fraternity. President Alejandro Villa gave the keynote address. Pictured here are professors of the Department of Fine Arts and officers of Kappa Pi: Back row from right […]
Please join us at the opening of this group show on Thursday, April 3 from 7:30 – 9:30 PM. Professor Beatrice Mady will have two new oil paintings in the exhibition. The gallery is easy to get to by PATH. The stop is Grove Street. March 29 – April 13, 2014 Reception April 3, 7:30 […]