Watch this unforgettable Cello Duo withArtistic Director Zuill Bailey and UTEP Grad Student Chris Beroes-Haigis as they perform “Sicilienne,” by Maria Theresia von Paradis.
Click HERE for a Virtual Performance from Home with Zuill Bailey for the Violin Channel.
Cellist Zuill Bailey Visits EPISD Middle School, Talks Importance of Fine Arts – El Paso Herald Post.
EPPM hopes to engage with schools soon. Here is a glimpse of a very special Outreach with EPPM Artistic Director Zuill Bailey in 2019.
What an Amazing Project! Our Great Friends Drea and Stephen Ingle of Creative Kids, are sharing their artistic inspiration with the amazing Boys and Girls Clubs of El Paso. EPPM is thrilled to provide exciting music to these “one of a kind,” virtual videos. This week, the music of UTEP Grad Student Chris Beroes-Haigis and his friend from Venezuela, Lorenzo Pineda, who virtually, performed ‘Natalia,” a Venezuelan Waltz. Thank you Creative Kids for Making Such a Difference for the Children in our Community.
Oscar Macchioni continues his Series of Chopin Nocturnes, Op.9, No.2
Exciting Printmaking with Creative Kids for the Boys and Girls of El Paso with a little musical inspiration by our Artistic Director Zuill Bailey and UTEP Grad Student Chris Beroes-Haigis with “Sicilienne,” by Maria Von Paradis. Here’s to an Amazing Collaboration with Creative Kids
Head of the UTEP Piano Section of the Department of Music, Dr. Oscar Macchioni in a virtural performance from his home, presents Nocturne, Op.9, No. 3
Alejandra Sandoval, an incredible member of Opera UTEP, and one of the many talented members of the UTEP Department of Music, who appeared in last week’s sensational, “What is Opera?2, performs “Chi Sprezzando il somme bene,” from Handel’s Oratorio, “La Passione.”
Cherry Duke, who created a “virtual” sensation with Opera UTEP’s “What is Opera?2” performs this stunning rendition of “He’s Got the Whole World In His Hands.”
El Paso Pro-Musica Friend, Yuliya Gorenman performs the Bach Allemande from Partita in B flat major
An unforgettable Virtual Duet. Renowned Singer and esteemed member of the Vocal Faculty of the UTEP Department of Music, Alexander Kariotis and Broadway Star Ryan Silverman, who is literally, “singing from his shower,” perform an unforgettable rendition of “Maria,” from West Side Story.
The Art of the Portrait. Stephen Ingle of Creative Kids shares his talents with the The Boys and Girls Clubs of El Paso, with incredible music to accompany the exciting art lesson. Cellist Chris Beroes-Haigis and Harpist Bettina Toth, “virtually,” perform “Meditation from Thais,” by Massenet.
Here is an uplifting way to begin your week! Faculty and Students of the Frost School of Music of the University of Miami, featuring El Pasoan Molly Blumenfeld, present a special “Song of Hope,” to lift spirits and hearts during this difficult time.
Watch Grammy Award Winning Artistic Director Zuill Bailey talk about the Power of Music at the TEDx UTEP Special Event, February 2019.
Here is our weekly collaboration with Creative Kids of El Paso, where we combine fabulous Art Lessons by Steven Ingle, Creative Director of Creative Kids, and Music. This week’s lesson in Paper Sculpture is presented through the PBS “El Paso Learning Neighborhood.” The amazing musical inspiration is provided by Pianist Matt Herskowitz, who opened the 2020 EPPM Chamber Music Festival with his amazing Jazz and Classical combinations.
Sit back and Watch this amazing performance by the Roswell Symphony Trombone Section, with UTEP Department of Music Chairman Dr. Steve Wilson. They celebrate Beethoven’s 250th Birthday with “Drei Equale.” This Trombone Tribute features;
Bruce Keeling, Professor of Trombone, South Plains College
Jim Decker, Professor of Trombone, Texas Tech University
Richard Harris- Professor of Trombone, University of Denver
The UTEP Concert Chorale in a Special “Virtual” Performance, performing “Lullaby,” by Daniel Elder from Three Nocturnes.
Creative Kids is Kicking off the Summer in Artistic Style as Creative Director Stephen Ingle shows us the Symmetry of the Sun. This amazing Art Lesson for the Boys and Girls Clubs of El Paso features Pianist Yuliya Gorenman, providing the musical inspiration.
Amazing Grace arrangement by Cuban violinist and composer, Jenny Peña – performed by members of the Cuban American Youth Orchestra (Danielle González and Jose Luis Rubio Reyes, violins; Kip Riecken, viola; Chris Beroes-Haigis, cello)
Original Composition- “Song for Katya” by Matt Herskowitz
KTEP “Prime Time” Artistic Director Zuill Bailey talks to Dee Woo about the “Power of Music in a Pandemic ”
Yuliya Gorenman performs the Sonata in C Minor- First Movement- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
The glorious sounds of the Cello filled the air this weekend in Downtown El Paso, as Zuill Bailey provided comforting soothing sounds for all at the Kelly Center for Hunger Relief. He performed works by Bach as he comforted all on a Beautiful, Cloudy Saturday Morning.
An Incredible Virtual Performance of the Roswell Symphony Orchestra and their 2020 Beethoven Birthday Bash, featuring the incredible talents of Dr. Steve Wilson, Trombone, Cherry Duke and Brian Downen of the UTEP Department of Music Vocal Section.
Chris Beroes-Haigis, virtually alongside his colleague Carolina Silva Diaz from Colombia, performing the beautiful original song “Ausencia”
The outstanding pianist Yuliya Gorenman, who last performed at the El Paso Pro-Musica Chamber Music Festival, in January, 2019. From her Living Room, she performs the Rachmaninoff Vocalise, arranged by Yuliya.
Renowned Pianist and Assistant Chair of the UTEP Department of Music and Keyboard Area Coordinator, Oscar Macchioni performs “La Muerte del Angel,” commemorating the 100th Birthday of Composer Astor Piazzolla.
Catalyst String Quartet- Performing works by Florence Price,( 1887-1953), the First African American woman to be recognized as a Symphonic Composer.
Renowned Pianist Victor Asuncion, who accompanied the Late Extraordinary Cellist Lynn Harrell, for the 2020 Chamber Music Festival Finale, pays tribute to Composer Ennio Morricone. Enjoy “Cinema Paradiso.”
Picasso and Piazzolla! Stephen Ingle of Creative Kids provides a wonderful learning experience For the Boys and Girls Clubs of El Paso, inspired by the Sculptures of the Great Pablo Picasso.
The Commercial Music Ensemble and the UTEP Department of Dance collaborate on the perfect song “I Will Survive” by Gloria Gaynor
BANG BANG (My Baby Shot Me Down)
Words and Music by Sonny Bono // Instrumental Arranger, Mix, Cello, and Guitar – Chris Beroes Haigis
// Vocal Arranger, Pre-Mix and Voice – Mar Lozano
// Vocal Arranger, Video Editor and Voice – Ale Nuva
At Home with Yuliya. Friend to El Paso Yuliya Gorenman, shares an intimate day in her life with her wonderful family, her passions and her Piano. Experience her fabulous garden, her recipe for the fabulous rice dish, “plov,” a tour of her home, her life, growing up in Kazakhstan and the unforgettable artwork by her Father, Lazar Gorenman. Yuliya then will provide you with a Concert with the music of Tchaikovsky, Scriabin and Rachmaninoff. Thanks to her daughter Claire for the incredible production!
Music and Art Unite as Creative Kids uses music as the inspiration for “The Art of the Still Life,” for the Boys and Girls Clubs of El Paso.
Pianist Yuliya Gorenman inspires us all with a very special “Virtual Concert,” featuring “October- Autumn Song,” from Tchaikovsky’s “The Seasons.” The presentation is accompanied by artwork created by her Father, Lazar Gorenman. Originally from Kazahkstan, Yuliya and her family reside in Maryland.
Kristiana Ignatjeva, representing these UTEP Center for Arts Entrepreneurship, offers soothing healing sounds as we mark the First Anniversary of the El Paso Shooting!
EPPM Artistic Director Zuill Bailey and Chris Beroes-Haigis perform Shumann’s “Traumerei” at the Luminaria Remembrance at Ascarate Park in Tribute to the August 3, 2019 Walmart Shooting
Richard Trombone Camp 2020
An Amazing Workshop featuring some of the finest Trombonists, including UTEP Department of Music Chair and renowned musician Dr. Steve Wilson. The event held last weekend included Workshops and a Faculty Recital. Dr. Richard Harris, a Trombone Soloist, Teacher at the University of Denver and passionate advocate for bringing music and the arts to under-served populations, performs in this amazing Recital, along with Dr. Steve Wilson, Toby Oft, Boston Symphony, Paul Pollard, Metropolitan Opera and Barry Hearn from the Dallas Symphony. Richard Harris worked alongside Dr. Steve Wilson at UMC in El Paso to provide soothing and comforting music last August immediately following the El Paso Shooting.