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Adjunct Professor, Vocal MusicFine Arts
Tenor Ross Hauck is a resident of Issaquah, WA where he lives with his wife, Laura, twin boys, Daniel and Benjamin, and baby girl Lillian Rose.
A distinguished alumnus of DePauw University(B.M.), and Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music(M.M. and Artist Diploma), Mr. Hauck received further training at the institutes of Tanglewood and Aspen, and for two seasons at the Filene Center and Opera Company at Wolf Trap National Park for performing arts. He is also a cellist, a contributing faculty member at Cornish College of the Arts, artist-in-residence at the First Presbyterian Church of Bellevue, and artistic director of the Sacred Music Foundation.
Mr. Hauck maintains a busy concert career, often specializing in early music or new compositions, with particular emphasis on sacred repertoire. He has sung with the Seattle Symphony numerous times, as well as the National Symphony, the Chicago Symphony, and the Phoenix Symphony. Recent recordings include the world premiere song cycle Vedem by Lori Laitman, and Handel's Messiah with Apollo's Fire. He has been heard live in broadcast recitals on PBS, and received mention in the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, and Opera News. For more info, please visit www.rosshauck.com
From zero to fifty in five years, the number of majors in the photography program at Seattle University grows every year under the direction of Professor Claire Garoutte.
Theatre Professor Harmony Arnold designed the costumes for the original play “These Streets" about women musicians during the heyday of Seattle’s grunge scene.
Titus Andronicus, directed by Theatre Professor Rosa Joshi, received a 2012 Footlight Award, given by Seattle Times theater critic Misha Berson. Joshi’s version of the play featured an all-female cast.
Visual Arts Professor Francisco Guerrero is featured in "Chamber Music," the newest exhibit at Seattle's Frye Art Museum. Guerrero is one of 36 artists commissioned to create new work in response to musical compositions based on James Joyce's poetry.
in the Hedreen Gallery
Graphic Design Exhibition
in the Vachon Gallery
Imagining the World: Photography Competition
In the Kinsey Gallery
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