Percussive Notes and Faculty Matters Magazines Spotlight Libertaria: The Virtual Opera
Percussive Notes and Faculty Matters Magazines Shine a Spotlight on LibertariaThe Percussive Arts Society Music Technology expert Kurt Gartner from Kansas State University recently interviewed me for the recent Percussive Notes magazine, a national music publication that reaches percussionists and band directors throughout the United States. In this exclusive article, we discuss online remote collaboration for the music project Libertaria: The Virtual Opera, a cutting edge animated opera I completed last year with an amazing cast and crew that we produced entirely online, without a single rehearsal. Any musician who wants to find out more about online music collaboration, music technology, and how to work together to create great musical works using today's latest social media and online music tools will benefit from this article.
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The University of Phoenix shines a spotlight on faculty members engaged in exciting projects. Recently I was interviewed for the Faculty Matters magazine from the University of Phoenix for the summer edition. We discussed Libertaria: The Virtual Opera and teaching philosophies. Faculty Matters is a national publication that goes out to the thousands of University of Phoenix faculty members throughout the country, and is available online. I have taught media and music courses with the University of Phoenix for the past five years, integrating new technologies in education, and acted as the Subject Matter Expert in Music.
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