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Composer & Educator Mike Rihner’s “Battle of New Orleans: Score for Unity” special highlight of Navy Week
NOCCA congratulates music faculty Mike Rihner for his recent recognition and selection by National Jazz Historical Park in New Orleans for his work Battle of New Orleans: Score for …
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NOCCA Jazz Big Band will be performing a portion of the new original jazz suite, Battle of New Orleans composed by long-time NOCCA music faculty member and composer Mike Rihner on January 8, 2015 as part of the Chalmette National Historic Park Service’s official 200th commemoration …
Faculty member Courtney Egan, exhibits solo electronic media show at Colorado State University Art Museum
NOCCA media arts instructor, Courtney Egan, is in Fort Collins, Colorado, for her solo electronic media show at Colorado State University Art Museum. She will also lecture at the university about her sculptural projection installations based on botanical themes.
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Jason Anderson, a tool pusher working on the Deepwater Horizon offshore oil rig, calls his wife, as he regularly did, to let her know he’s OK.
He also tells her he’s uneasy with the platform’s setup. Shelley Anderson detects his discomfort and coaxes him to tell …
NOCCA Dance Faculty, Kesha McKey, and the Crescent City Choreographers present “Taken” on October 18 and 19. See full details below.
WHAT: CCC has returned with the creation of the evening length production, Taken, inspired by the historical epidemic of the absentee father in African American …
NOCCA Faculty, Courtney Egan is one of five honored artists at the New Orleans Museum of Art’s “Love in the Garden” on September 27. More info is below.