Audio and Video Samples

Please visit this page often for SAMPLES OF MUSIC by faculty and students, including the annual SOUND CHECK CD by graduate composers and performers. 

Sound Check is available either by digital download or on CD. To obtain your CD of Sound Check One, Two, Three, or Five, e-mail your request including your name and address to publicity@music.ucsd.edu.

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SONOR (Fall 2002)

- (01/13/2003 72 minutes, #6815)
UCSD TV Productions


SONOR, UCSD's resident faculty new music ensemble, performs the USA premiere of Slow Dance by guest composer Toshio Hosokawa. The program also includes a piece by Ishmael Wadada Leo Smith, with contrabass virtuoso Bertram Turetzky performing solo accompanied by a small orchestra, and a premiere of a piece by graduate student composer Chris Mercer.


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Creativity Making Your Dreams Come True with Bert Turetzky

- (01/11/2002 47 minutes, #6057)
UCSD TV Productions


Performer and professor Bert Turetzky discusses and displays creativity.


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Bertram Turetzky and Friends: Music for Contrabass

- (11/24/2000 88 minutes, #5295)
UCSD TV Productions


Contrabassist Bertram Turetzky, presents an evening of delightful surprises.These solo and chamber works include four premieres and several pieces that have made Turetzky famous.


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What Creativity Means: Bertram Turetzky (Musicians and Middle Schools)

- (10/10/2000 29 minutes, #4499)
UCSD TV Productions


This series of programs introduces middle school students to creativity and music. This installment features renowned bassist and educator Bert Turetzky, who discusses the value of improvisatory skills in both music and everyday life.


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3 Guys/18 Instruments

- (01/29/1999 59 minutes, #4025)
UCSD TV Productions
Bert Turetzky, Vinny Golia and Ed Harkins perform improvisational jazz on 18 different instruments, in this intimate display of virtuosity taped at the Spruce Street Forum.

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UCSD Conversations: Rudwick, Turetzky, Nicolaides

- (04/21/1998 58 minutes, #3698)
UCSD TV Productions
Rudwick on Science studies. bassist Turetzky. Nicolaides on LA history

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An Evening with Bertram Turetzky and Friends

- (01/03/1997 58 minutes, #1771)
UCSD TV Productions


Bertram Turetzky performs classical music, featuring works for solo contrabass, duets, and the UCSD Celli and Contrabass Choir under Philip Larson.


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UCSD Conversations: Friedman, Turetzky, Lincoln

- (12/19/1995 57 minutes, #1887)
UCSD TV Productions
Richard Friedman, Professor of Judaic Studies, discusses his new book. Bertram Turetsky, bassist and Professor of Music, describes his music, and Stephen Lincoln of the Sociology Department analyzes the modern family on this episode of UCSD Conversations.

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