Rebeca Mauleon-Santana

Photo of Rebeca Mauleon-Santana Department Music Department 
 Office Creative Arts 209
 Phone (415) 452-5240
 Mailbox A33
 E-Mail rmauleon@ccsf.edu
 Home Page https://sites.google.com/a/mail.ccsf.edu/professor-mauleon/
 Spring 2012 
 Office Hours
 
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Spring 2012 Teaching Schedule
MUS 5A Introduction to Composition 3.0
PREREQ.: MUS 4, or demonstration of exit skills ADVISE: MUS 5A: MUS 3A or demonstration of exit skills
31998 501 Lec M 06:00-09:30PM 01/27-05/19 ART U216 Deadlines Final Book MUS 5B Music Composition 3.0
PREREQ.: MUS 5A , or demonstration of exit skills ADVISE: MUS 5A: MUS 3A or demonstration of exit skills
31999 501 Lec M 06:00-09:30PM 01/27-05/19 ART U216 Deadlines Final Book MUS 8A Jazz & Other Popular Piano 1.0
ADVISE: MUS 9A or demonstration of exit skills
31360 001 Lec M W F 11:10-12:00PM ART U215 Deadlines Final Book MUS 8B Jazz & Other Popular Piano 1.0
ADVISE: MUS 9A or demonstration of exit skills
31468 001 Lec M W F 11:10-12:00PM ART U215 Deadlines Final Book MUS 19 Piano Ensemble 1.0 35489 003 Lec M W F 11:10-12:00PM ART U215 Deadlines Final Book MUS 25 Mus of Lat. Amer & Caribbean 3.0
Requires an additional 1 hour.
30187 001 Lec M W F 09:10-10:00AM ART U216 Deadlines Final Book WAIT LIST 31386 002 Lec M W F 10:10-11:00AM ART U216 Deadlines Final Book WAIT LIST 32531 352 Lec R 03:30-06:20PM 1125 Valencia St. A162 Deadlines Final Book WAIT LIST

A.A., City College of San Francisco; B.A., M.A., Mills College

Professor Mauleon has been a member of the CCSF faculty since 1998, where she teaches courses in Latin American and Caribbean music (Music 25), Jazz/Latin Piano (Music 8A/8B), and Composition (Music 5A/5B). She was tenured in 2002.

Her hope is to inspire future generations to share in the beauty and diversity of our world's musical cultures. Piano students of Professor Mauleon's Jazz/Latin piano class are encouraged to continually improve and develop their musicianship, explore the rich terrain of contemporary as well as traditional music theory, and become well-rounded musicians. Students taking Professor Mauleon's Composition class will explore myriad musical traditions while finding their own compositional voice.

Grammy-nominated producer, pianist, composer, author and educator, Professor Mauleon has been a fixture in the Bay Area as well as international Latin and world music scenes for over three decades. As one of very few women composer/band-leaders in her field, she has also performed and recorded with a Who's Who of luminaries including Tito Puente, Carlos Santana, Arturo Sandoval, Steve Winwood and Mickey Hart, garnering several Grammy nominations. As a composer she was the recipient of the prestigious Meet The Composer New Residencies Award, a commission in 2010 from the Oakland East Bay Symphony for the New Visions/New Vistas program, a fellowship from the Sundance Composers' Lab, and Electronic Arts, composing music for electronic gaming software. View her professional website at www.rebecamauleon.com. In 2011 Professor Mauleon was appointed Director of Education at SFJAZZ.

Professor Mauleon is the author of several critically-acclaimed books on Latin music, including the Salsa Guidebook and 101 Montunos (both for Sher Music), and is the musicological consultant to National Geographic in addition to her freelance work for music industry magazines. She fronts her own Afro-Cuban Jazz ensemble, and continues to perform and tour throughout the globe when not in the classroom.

Professor Mauleon is a busy mother-of-two and wife, and continues to produce, perform, write and record in addition to her full-time teaching duties.

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