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IU ensemble puts on outstanding show for contemporary fans

By Peter Jacobi H-T Reviewer Often, I’m of two minds when I have heard and watched the Indiana University New … Continue reading

IU Jacobs Student Paul Mortilla Wins 2016 BMI Student Composer Award

      64th Annual BMI Student Composer Award Winners Announced Published: 05.19.2016 The BMI Foundation (BMIF), in collaboration with Broadcast … Continue reading

Concerts to feature composers from four universities

By Brooke McAfee Musicians from four universities in the Midwest will collaborate in two days of concerts to present the … Continue reading

Video game music composition guru Chance Thomas at Jacobs School of Music Feb. 16

“Composing music for video games is one of the top-10 fastest growing jobs in America.” (USA TODAY, Geekwire) That’s music … Continue reading

Corey Rubin winner of 2015 NOTUS Student Composition Contest

Corey Rubin has been named the winner of this year’s NOTUS Choral Composition Contest. Rubin’s prize-winning work is After-Glow for … Continue reading

Composition Department prizes announced

The faculty of the Jacobs School of Music Composition Department is pleased to announce results for the following annual internal competitions. … Continue reading

Kenji Kuriyama Receives Performance at 2014 SCI National Conference

Kenji Kuriyama’s trio for flute, cello, and piano Redemption was performed at the 2014 SCI National Conference at Ball State … Continue reading

Corey Rubin featured at 2014 GAMMA-UT Conference

 Corey Rubin’s Eulogy for “This Way to the Monkeys” for clarinet, cello, and piano, was featured at the fourteenth annual … Continue reading

Curtis Smith’s “Echoes” Premiered at 2014 NASA Convention

The second quartet collaboration between composer Curtis Smith and saxophonist Casey Grev (see photo) was premiered March 22nd, by Grev’s … Continue reading

Update from Samuel Wells

Samuel Wells was the guest artist and composer of the 2014 Montana State University Brass Weekend, where the MSU Wind … Continue reading