Category: Student

Festival celebrates the tuba

Music Beat | Peter Jacobi H-T Columnist Time for the tuba. Time for music set to Shakespeare. The annual Octubafest … Continue reading

Brennan Johns: Seizing every musical opportunity

Brennan Johns had an overarching goal for his senior recital: to make it unlike any other senior recital at IU. … Continue reading

Todd French and Genevieve Clarkson Win Major Positions

The Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University congratulates the following students of Daniel Peratoni on winning appointments of major positions … Continue reading

Itay Agmon and Alexander Lapins score tuba positions

Itay Agmon, a sophomore pursuing a bachelor’s degree in tuba performance, recently won the solo tuba position with the Minnesota … Continue reading

Brass Concerto Competition Winners Announced

This year, two students were named co-winners of the Brass Concerto Competition: Kyle Gordon, bass trombone student with Professor Stewart, … Continue reading

Music Review: Brass Choir

By Peter Jacobi Feast of brasses In Auer Hall on Sunday evening, the IU Brass Choir played a program of … Continue reading

HT Music review (Jacobi): Brancart terrific in moving performance; brass played with gusto

HeraldTimesOnline.com SUNDAY AFTERNOON IN AUER HALL Music review: Brancart terrific in moving performance; brass played with gusto By Peter JacobiH-T … Continue reading

Sarah Paradis accepts position of Visiting Assistant Professor of Trombone at Ohio University

Indiana University Jacobs School of Music Doctoral Candidate Sarah Paradis has accepted the position of Visiting Assistant Professor of Trombone at Ohio … Continue reading

Indiana University Student Sam Crocker Published in International Horn Society Journal

Sam Crocker, a current Master of Music student at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music, has had an article published … Continue reading

Logan Chopyk and Curtis Prichard co-win Jacobs Brass Concerto Competition

Congratulations to Jacobs School student co-winners of the recent Brass Concerto Competition–Logan Chopyk, trombone, and Curtis Prichard, euphonium–who will perform … Continue reading