University of Dubuque Fine & Performing Arts

The Department of Fine and Performing Arts offers the major in Fine and Performing Arts (FPA) with concentrations in music, theatre, or dance. The department also offers minors in music, theatre or dance. Students are not required to major in an arts discipline to participate in co-curricular programs. Performance and ensemble opportunities are open to ALL students.
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 Cassandra Bechard's Research
Cassandra Bechard's Research
Assistant Professor of Instrumental Music
 Charles Barland's Research
Charles Barland's Research
Fine and Performing Arts Department Head; Professor of Music
 Nolan Hauta's Research
Nolan Hauta's Research
Assistant Professor of Instrumental Music
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A collection of citations from adjunct faculty, staff, and those no longer working with the University of Dubuque
University of Dubuque Faculty Performance, Fabulous Friday Concert Series.
University of Dubuque Faculty Performance, Fabulous Friday Concert Series.
Do, Bang Lang, James Sherry, Charles Barland, Amy Ressler, & Diana Sherry Luke. University of Dubuque Faculty Performance, Fabulous Friday Concert Series, St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, Feb. 15, 2008.
University of Dubuque Faculty Performance, Fabulous Friday Concert Series.
University of Dubuque Faculty Performance, Fabulous Friday Concert Series.
Do, Bang Lang, James Sherry, Charles Barland, Amy Ressler, & Diana Sherry Luke. University of Dubuque Faculty Performance, Fabulous Friday Concert Series, St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, Feb. 15, 2008.
University of Wisconsin-Platteville (adjudicator)
University of Wisconsin-Platteville (adjudicator)
Bratcher, Nicholas. University of Wisconsin-Platteville (adjudicator). Platteville, May 2016.
Various Concerts.
Various Concerts.
Do, Bang Lang. Various Concerts. 2014. banglangdo.com.
Various Concerts.
Various Concerts.
Sherry, James. Various Concerts. 2014. jamessherry.com.
Wednesday Recital (performer).
Wednesday Recital (performer).
Barland, Charles. Wednesday Recital (performer). Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, Los Angeles, June 18, 2014.
“Legend.” By Georges Enesco. Faculty Recital.
“Legend.” By Georges Enesco. Faculty Recital.
Sherry, Jim, and Bang Lang Do. “Legend.” By Georges Enesco. Faculty Recital. Northeast Iowa School of Music Presents Class Acts, 20 Jan 2007.
“Legend.” By Georges Enesco. Faculty Recital.
“Legend.” By Georges Enesco. Faculty Recital.
Sherry, Jim, and Bang Lang Do. “Legend.” By Georges Enesco. Faculty Recital. Northeast Iowa School of Music Presents Class Acts, 20 Jan 2007.
“Vere Languores” by Thomas Luis de Victoria.
“Vere Languores” by Thomas Luis de Victoria.
Barland, Charles. “Vere Languores” by Thomas Luis de Victoria. (Accompanist). In “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue,” Performance by The Julien Chamber Choir, First Presbyterian Church of Dubuque, May 30, 2008.