Monthly Archives: April 2012

IPR Business Class Sponsors "Oldies but Goldies to STOP Bullies"

On May 19th IPR’s Business Communication & Networking class is holding an event to raise bullying awareness.  Said event, “Oldies but Goldies to STOP Bullies” will feature local bands covering songs from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, & 90’s.  Tickets are $5 in advanced, $8 at the door. Order tickets at . All proceeds go to United Way and an associated bullying
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Music Business Pro King Sandman Visits DIY 360

Robinson hall was bangin’ as IPR’s DIY 360 welcomed King Sandman (aka Onyx Johnson), a longstanding member of the IPR family, Instructor, Producer, and well known twin cities rapper. His appearance, fueled by skilled beats and a well-crafted lyrical message, offered students a strong reinforcement for their own desires to pursue careers in the music
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IPR Audio Production Graduate on Tour with Kellie Pickler

A dream job for IPR, The Institute of Production and Recording graduate Christopher Lee places him on tour with American Idol alumni and country superstar Kellie Pickler. He credits his new gig at the monitor board to a passion for live audio production and seven years preparation concluding with an IPR education. Christopher Lee’s audio
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The Student Services Department is now accepting EPK's from artists and bands interested in performing in the upcoming Student Music Showcase!

The Student Services Department is now accepting EPK’s  from artists and bands interested in performing at the upcoming Student Music Showcase! If you’re looking for a great place to showcase your musical styling’s to your peers or if you’re just looking for another cool Twin Cities music venue to perform at this could be a
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This week DIY 360 will feature another one of IPR's very own!

This week IPR’s DIY 360 features electronic music guru James Patrick (JP). JP is a well-known electronic artist (locally, regionally, nationally and internationally), an educator and motivator, a producer, a business man, and an Ableton Live Certified Trainer; he truly embodies the DIY business ethic. Come see him perform with both software and hardware and learn
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Important updates from the Financial Aid office

2012 – 2013 FAFSA is here! The 2012-13 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available for completion at .   There is a major change that will make your life easier when completing the FAFSA on the web. You are now able to import your (and your parents if required) 2011 Federal
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New poems on IPR's Creative Writing Blog

New poems on IPR’s Creative Writing Blog IPR Creative Writing students Tyler Nyberg, Alec Wells, Jake Griel, and nine others have added new, vivid imagery poems to  Click on the link to read their amazing words!

Megonia, Music Business Original at IPR's DIY 360

Friday, April 6th 2011 – Music Business professionals of all types visit IPR. Today, Megonia, Appalachian folk group, brought their own brand of old time Tennessee Mountain music to IPR’s DIY 360. Megonia’s sisters Carolyn Gleason (accordion, vox) and Maureen Koenig (vox, banjo), are both part of the IPR family, and they’re doing something musically
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