Quartet-in-Residence Celebrates Academic Year with Virtual Performance
GOLDEN GATE XPRESS -- With the help from SF State’s College of Liberal & Creative Arts, School of Music Director Cyrus Ginwala will be hosting a University-wide zoom event today in order to bring the academic year to a close and celebrate its students.
The free virtual celebration will begin with an introduction from President Lynn Mahoney and will include a performance of Antonin Dvorak’s “American” Quartet followed by a Q&A with SF State’s “longtime quartet-in-residence,” according to SF State’s College of Liberal & Creative Arts website.
“Ultimately, this helps increase the value of their degree by highlighting its quality. It will also remind all of the value of the arts and music as we head into challenging budget times,” said Mahoney. “And, it is also an example of how we are innovating and using technology to meet the needs of remote learning and teaching.”