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Music students gear up for spring 2024 Nashville study-away program

Justin Coviello, Campus News Editor February 28, 2023

Picture this: you’re spending your spring in Nashville, Tenn., nearly a thousand miles from the chilly confines of West Haven. You’re currently in the garage-turned-office of an established music executive,...

The Laurel Hill Album by Mitski

Mitski’s “Laurel Hell:” A fitting farewell to a toxic industry

Samuel Weinmann, Politics Editor February 15, 2022

On Feb. 4, Mitski released her highly anticipated sixth studio album, "Laurel Hell." Spanning 11 songs and approximately 32 minutes, Mitski reckons with the idea that in the music industry, she isn't always...

Lil Nas X in Instagram post

Lil Nas X is breaking music industry barriers

Kelly Adkins, Student Life Editor October 5, 2021

Since Lil Nas X came out as gay on the last day of Pride Month in 2019, people have criticized him for everything, from publicly coming out when he did to giving a CGI Satan a lapdance. Meanwhile, the...

Students Relish in the Nashville Experience

Students Relish in the Nashville Experience

Lauren Cohen, Staff Writer March 6, 2018

The Department of Music offers the Nashville Study Away Program in conjunction with Blackbird Studios in Nashville. Students who are Music Industry (MIND) and Music & Sound Recording (MUSR) majors...

University Alumna Offers Artists Unique Service

University Alumna Offers Artists Unique Service

Karina Krul, Student Life Editor January 23, 2018

Juliana Johnson, class of May ’17, started her own business offering aspiring and established musicians social media marketing online. Trademarked and established in November 2017, her business is dedicated...

Experiential Learning Through Purebred Records

Experiential Learning Through Purebred Records

Quiana Criales, Contributing Writer December 4, 2017

Purebred Records is an independent student-run record label created at the University of New Haven. Purebred is an entity of the music industry designed to “familiarize students with the organization...

Songwriters Are the Backbone of the Music Industry

Glenn Rohrbacker April 20, 2016

Although music is an art, musical structure is very finite. There are only 12 notes, only so many chords you can make with those, and a limited number of orders you can put them in for a song. However,...

No cash, more gum: Jay Krugman shares his story of success with the UNH campus

Emma O'Dell March 25, 2015

Music producer Jay Krugman steps onto the campus of University of New Haven to tell the music industry students the story of his life Monday, March 9. Jay Krugman is the brother of Murray Krugman, a...

No cash, more gum: Jay Krugman shares his story of success with the UNH campus

The Charger Bulletin March 23, 2015

By Emma O'Dell [email protected]  “The music business has never been more vital, and the record business more dead.” – Jay Krugman Music producer Jay Krugman steps onto the campus of University...

Yvette Noel-Schure shares insight to the music industry with UNH students

The Charger Bulletin March 21, 2015

BY Elissa Sanci & Samantha Mathewson Yvette Noel-Schure, a former senior Vice President of Media at Columbia Records/Sony Music and founder of Schure Media Group, spoke at the University of New...

Marc Reiter Kicks off Inaugural Event in Master Series

The Charger Bulletin October 30, 2013

By Nicholas Weilmann and Ashley Winward The University of New Haven’s music program began what is hoped to be the start of many Master Series Seminar Sessions this past week, where successful members...

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