Dear alumni and friends
All music, all the time
Letters et cetera
Readers respond to past issues of Arts & Sciences magazine.
Extending Jefferson’s vision
A new conceptual drawing shows a plan that will extend the geometry of the Lawn.
The art history program and art department offices are scheduled to move into a renovated Fayerweather Hall by early summer.
Research funding reaches a milestone
U.Va. researchers topped $300 million in grants and contracts for the first time during the 2004-05 fiscal year.
This is the fourth consecutive year that a U.Va. student or graduate has been honored as a Mitchell Scholar.
The University will become the academic home for the Semester at Sea Program.
The new band follows in the footsteps of U.Va. tradition.
All together now
Musicians take many paths to this symphony orchestra.
For U-Singers, change is constant.
Ethnomusicologist Melvin Butler studies the music of his childhood.
Computer music makes nature the star.
From Brahms to B.B. King, Bill Monroe and Blind Lemon Jefferson.
John Mason captures the joy, the hard work, the exhilaration.
Michael Mizrahi resisted, but then he saw the signs.
Wes Jackson wants to take the music back to its wholesome roots.
The sounds of jazz intrigued Kait Dunton. Then they won her heart.
Ravi Krishnaswami writes music that sells.
The teacher rocks
But will she still call the roll
A photo by John Mason.