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Marsha Schoeffler

Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival 2000 Highlights

Video (NTSC)
20 Minutes


INTRODUCTION | ITINERARY | PARTICIPANTS
"FACES OF FLINT" EXHIBIT IN FIJI | "FROM FLINT TO FIJI & RETURN" EXHIBIT IN FLINT
STUDENT/PARTICIPANT COMMENTS | FUNDING SPONSORS & ASSISTANCE
ORGANIZING ASSISTANCE IN FIJI | TECHNICAL CREDITS
PHOTO GALLERY | VIDEO GALLERY | GROUP STUDY


ARTIST'S STATEMENT

Marsha Schoeffler


As a video specialist at University of Idaho from 1993-2000, I looked forward to covering the jazz festival every year. This was my favorite assignment, because the subject matter was so engaging and we had extensive resources to cover it well. Our 3-person video unit would enlist the help of video students to fill all the needed crew positions, which included operating five cameras. The professional staff rotated jobs. Usually, I conducted interviews and edited this highlights video.
Although, I no longer work at the UI or cover it’s jazz festival, I continue to combine my love of video production and music. I currently have a series of instructional videos in progress that will help string teachers teach fiddle music to their students. I’m also editing a short documentary about a huge, 896-pipe organ in Burlington, Vermont built in 1854. And I’m producing a demo tape for a Franco-American folk music band in New England.

I’m currently general manager and workshop instructor for a campus cable station that students operate at the University of Massachusetts. I was a video producer for the University of the South Pacific from September 1991 to October 1993.


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last revised October 31, 2002

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