Megan Ellsworth and Michaela Carter, freshman Contemporary Music Program majors, rehearse for their upcoming performance in the Open house prospective student show taking place Feb. 17, at 8 a.m. in the Forum.
The African Drum Ensemble first started when Santa Fe University of Art and Design was called the College of Santa Fe, and was taught by a couple who still live in Santa Fe. Since then there has been a progression of people who have taken on the class, but Fred Simpson—its current instructor—has taught it since the last year of the College of Santa Fe and still teaches it now.
Contemporary Music Program major Elise Stoffer performed her Senior Recital on April 24, incorporating multiple people—including her sister, other CMP students and CMP Chairman Horace Young—into her show.
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