Newsletter 10-2013


UPCOMING EVENTS – October

(* Starred events are REQUIRED for IU composition students.)

WIND ENSEMBLE – Stephen W. Pratt, Conductor; Daniel Perantoni, tuba

Tuesday Oct. 1, 8:00pm, Auer Hall

Taruya: Archangel Raphael who leaves a house of Tobias

Yagisawa: Fanfare – HAYABUSA

DOCTORAL RECITAL – Ezra Donner

Wednesday Oct. 2, 8:30pm, Ford Hall

STUDENT COMPOSITION RECITAL

Thursday Oct. 3, 8:00pm, Auer Hall

     Music by Hansen, Morandi, Jebali, Smith, Wallinga, Hurst, Luhmann, and Dundee

NOTUS: CONTEMPORARY VOCAL ENSEMBLE – Dominick DiOrio, Director; Caroline Shaw, guest composer

Tuesday, Oct. 8, 8:00pm, Auer Hall

Mealor: O Vos Omnes (2011)
Sandström: Hear My Prayer, O Lord (after Purcell) (1986)
DiOrio: “Stabat mater dolorosa…” (2007)
Ešenvalds: Northern Lights (2012)
Shaw: Punctum for String Quartet 
Shaw: ‘Passacaglia’ from “Partita for 8 Voices” (2009)
Argento: A Toccata of Galuppi’s (1989)

PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA – David Effron

Wednesday, Oct. 9, 8:00pm, MAC

Bark: Yook-I-O (6-2-5): Korean War Letters (Premiere – Dean’s Prize 2013, Dissertation)

Mahler: Symphony No.1 in D major

NEW ART NEW MUSIC

Thursday Oct. 10, 6:00pm, Grunwald Gallery

An event at the School of Fine Arts in which a composer writes a short solo piece inspired by an artwork by a fine arts student.

DOCTORAL LECTURE RECITAL: “Harnessing the Piano’s Voltage” – Alissa Kati Ann Gleiser, Piano

Thursday, Oct. 10, 8:30pm, Recital Hall

Per Bloland: Elsewhere is a Negative Mirror
Gibson: Blue Traces
Hass: 3 Etudes for Piano and Electronics

SENIOR RECITAL – Kevin Garza

Saturday Oct. 12, 3:00pm, Ford Hall

FACULTY / GUEST RECITAL – Japan New Music Festival; Eva Legêne, recorder

Saturday Oct. 12, 7:30pm, IU Art Museum

Freund: Daydream for recorder solo
Ninomiya: Tirade for recorder solo (American Premiere)
Dzubay: Nine Fragments

CONCERT ORCHESTRA – Paul Nadler

Saturday, Oct. 12, 8:00pm, MAC

R. Schumann: Overture to “Manfred,” Op. 115
Stravinsky: Symphony in Three Movements
Debussy: La Mer

GUEST LECTURE – Larry Groupé, film composer

Monday, Oct. 14, 7:00pm, Sweeney hall

An in depth look and discussion on the current state of composing in Hollywood today. Hosted by IU Center for Electronic and Computer Music.

SENIOR RECITAL – Joseph Miller

Monday Oct. 21, 8:00pm, Auer Hall

DOCTORAL RECITAL – Benjamin D. Taylor

Tuesday Oct. 22, 8:00pm, Auer Hall

GUEST COMPOSER LECTURE – Hitomi Kaneko & Masahiro Ishijima

Wednesday Oct. 23, 4:00pm, Ford Hall

JAPAN FESTIVAL: CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT

Thursday Oct. 24, 7:00pm, Ford Hall

Miyoshi: Quartor a Cordes
Takemitsu: Toward the Sea
Yuasa: Projection

NEW MUSIC ENSEMBLE: JAPAN FESTIVAL – David Dzubay, Director; Hitomi Kaneko, Guest Composer

Thursday Oct. 24, 8:00pm, Auer Hall

Hitomi Kaneko: Renga II (1999)
Karen Tanaka: Water and Stone (1999)
Shin-Ichiro Ikebe: Tanada II (2004)
Jo Kondo: Syzygia (1998)
Akira Nishimura: Chamber Symphony No. 3 (Metamorphosis) (2005)

JAPAN FESTIVAL: CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT – Toho Gakuen School of Music Student Quartet

Friday Oct. 25, 8:00pm, Auer Hall

Ishijima: String Quartet No. 1 (2013)
Miyagawa: Perspectives
Ninomiya: Tirade
Nagoa: Quatuor de Saxophones

JAPAN FESTIVAL: CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT

Saturday Oct. 26, 2:00pm, Auer Hall

Kaneko: mélodie, ROUE, pop, DENTEE, grecque
Missé: Lumière du matin
Ishijima: Solus
Kaneko: Moment de Résonance
Kondo: Prayer on the Seashore
Yoshimatsu: Fuzzy Bird Sonata

JAPAN FESTIVAL: CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT

Saturday Oct. 26, 4:00pm, Auer Hall

Ishijima: Concertino
Hirose: Meditation (1978)
Ishijima: Exhale (2011)
Katsuki: Poem
Ishijima: Requiem
Masakado: Trio for Flute, Cello and Piano

STUDENT COMPOSITION RECITAL

Tuesday Oct. 29, 8:00pm, Auer Hall

GUEST COMPOSER LECTURE – Dan Asia

Wednesday Oct. 30, 4:00pm, Ford Hall

SENIOR RECITAL – Will Rowe

Wednesday Oct. 30, 7:00pm, Recital Hall


NEWS – FACULTY

David Ward Steinman-2New David Ward-Steinman CD receives five-star review and more

Faculty composer David Ward-Steinman’s new CD, Western Orpheus, has been garnering very positive reviews. Read more…

 

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