Invitation to Audition for the UB Symphony Orchestra
The UB Symphony Orchestra is now holding auditions for the Fall 2007 semester. We welcome our new Music Director
and Conductor, Christian Baldini, and look forward to the great repertoire the orchestra will play in concerts this Season.
Some highlights are the Symphony No. 1 by Beethoven, the Pavane for a Dead Princess by Ravel, Mozart's Clarinet Concerto
(with Jean Kopperud as the soloist), Schumann's Symphony No. 4, Mozart's Requiem and the Haydn Cello Concerto in C, performed
by Jonathan Golove. Be an important part of this new wave of energy for our Symphony Orchestra!
Auditions will take place during the first (and, if necessary, the second) week of classes. Students can sign up
for an audition slot on the board of Baird Hall 302, North Campus. If you prefer, you may contact Christian Baldini
directly at email@example.com. For details about how to audition for the orchestra, please visit our website:
Orchestra Rehearsal Schedule
The orchestra rehearses on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in Slee Hall B1, North Campus.
Undergraduate Music Majors: MUS 338
All Graduate Students:
Korean Folk Art Club's General Meeting
The Korean Folk Art Club, also known as So-Ri-Mo-Ri, is a UB Student Association-recognized club. KFAC focuses on
promoting traditional and modern Korean folk art, through learning and practicing the traditional Korean farm dance known
as Poong-Mul. Our main goal is to reach people with a part of Korean culture and through that we want people to learn
and experience the unity of our club.
KFAC offers many performances throughout the year. For the past several years, we have performed for International
Education Week, International Fiesta, Club Fair, Asian Bazaar, the Korean Graduate Student Association’s (KOGSA) New
Year’s Party, the Korean Student Association’s (KSA) “Korea Night” and many more. We have also
performed at other schools, including Binghamton University, Syracuse University, Colgate University, Oberlin College and
Niagara University, as well as for the Buffalo community.
If you are interested in joining our club, please come to:
Korean Folk Art Club – Sorimori -- First General Meeting
Wednesday, September 6
145A, North Campus
Come to our meeting and see what we have! The meeting is open to anyone who is interested in Korean culture or the
Korean language. Korean freshman students are especially wanted!
"Far from Home" International Student Discussion Group
Are you excited about learning different cultures and making friends? Are you missing home, your family and your
mom’s homemade foods? Would you like to improve your English? Are you wondering how you can do well in the
U.S.? Are you feeling isolated and lonely in the U.S.? And more???
If you would like to talk about any of these topics or more, or if you would like to share your wisdom about how to do
well as an international student at UB, please come and join us.
Dates: Every Friday (beginning on August 31)
Place: Student Union 114 (Wellness
Conference Room), North Campus
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Euna Oh at 645-2720 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Back to top