Joe Vazquez

Sound check: Summer Research examines natural, acoustic properties of Randolph performance venues

Hailey Gilman plays flute while the rest of the group watches the audio frequency levels

In 1969, American composer Alvin Lucier recorded a monologue called “I Am Sitting in a Room” and played the audio from a speaker into a microphone multiple times at various distances and frequencies. Eventually, after multiple iterations, all that was left to be heard were the high-pitched, natural, resonant overtones of the room. “It sounds... READ MORE >>

Vazquez earns statewide honors for voice performance

Joe Vazquez '20 performs in Randolph's Wimberly Recital Hall in 2018.

Joe Vazquez ’20 received honors at the recent Virginia Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) auditions. The statewide conference was held at Shenandoah Conservatory in Winchester, Va. Vazquez auditioned in the Lower College Men, Classical, category, which included performers who have been studying voice at the college level for less than... READ MORE >>