Entries tagged with ‘Dave Stamps’

Jazz Jamboree Receives $5,000 Grant from Schmidt Foundation

The Carl and Verna Schmidt Foundation has awarded a $5,000 grant to Director of Jazz Studies Dave Stamps in support of the 2019 Jazz Jamboree at Gustavus Adolphus College.

Weekend Fine Arts Preview: Final Performance Weekend

We may be heading into the final weeks of classes, but there's still one more weekend of fantastic concerts coming your way.

Gustavus Jazz brings home honors from Eau Claire Jazz Festival

The Gustavus Jazz Ensemble, Vocal Jazz Ensemble, and Jazztet hit the road over the weekend, stopping first to work with student musicians at Apple Valley High School and continuing on to take honors at the 52nd Annual Eau Claire Jazz Festival.

Gustavus Jazz Jamboree Takes Center Stage

Gustavus Adolphus College welcomes five specially selected high school jazz ensembles along with jazz performers the Adam Meckler Orchestra and Reggie Thomas to campus this weekend for the inaugural Gustavus Jazz Jamboree.

Gustavus Musicians and Faculty Featured at MMEA Conference

Performances at the conference include the Gustavus Wind Orchestra as well as ensembles conducted by Heidi Johanna Miller and Dave Stamps. James Patrick Miller will be inducted into Phi Beta Mu, the International Bandmasters Fraternity.

Weekend Arts Preview: Jazz, James DeVoll, and “Our Country’s Good”

Gustavus Jazz Ensemble It’s a big weekend of performances on campus where audiences will have the opportunity to choose between several great events including a Gustavus production of¬†Our Country’s Good,¬†faculty member James DeVoll’s performance of the Poulenc Sonata for Flute and Piano, and an afternoon of jazz. Our Country’s Good Friday, November 17 and Saturday, […]

Jazz Ensembles to Feature Edwards Trumpet Guest Artist, Adam Meckler

The Gustavus Jazz Lab Band and Adolphus Jazz Ensemble will perform a concert Friday, May 5. at 7:30 p.m. The concert will feature guest artist, Adam Meckler on trumpet. The performance will be held in Bjorling Recital Hall and is free and open to the public.