Category: Student

Liberation Music Collective helps spread socially conscious messages through jazz

IU Communications Student Experience Blog When most people think of protest music, they think of John Lennon’s “Give Peace a … Continue reading

New jazz ensemble debuts

By Brandon Cook   Jacobs School of Music master’s student and award-nominated jazz guitarist Matt MacDougall led the debut concert … Continue reading

Latin Jazz Octet makes debut performance

By Anthony Broderick Grammy-nominated jazz artist, arranger, educator and composer Wayne Wallace debuted his Latin Jazz Octet at 5:30 p.m. … Continue reading

Music Review: Latin Jazz Ensemble

Jazz Ensemble plays Latin-inspired music By Anicka Slachta The Musical Arts Center came alive Monday night with the sounds of … Continue reading

Brent Wallarab leads student jazz ensemble Monday

By Carolyn Crowcroft   The melodies of Burt Bacharach and Radiohead don’t often mix together, but Brent Wallarab Jazz Ensemble … Continue reading

DownBeat Magazine: Prepare to Nail Your Auditions

Prepare to Nail Your Auditions By Geoffrey Himes “When a high school student auditions for a college or conservatory jazz … Continue reading

Debut of the Vocal Jazz Ensembles, Saturday April 13 in Auer Hall

The Jacobs School of Music is pleased to announce the first performance by the new Vocal Jazz Ensembles I and … Continue reading

IU Jazz Student Combo Invited to Perform at Monterey Next Generation Festival

A quartet of Indiana University Jacobs School of Music Jazz Studies students has been invited to perform at the 2013 … Continue reading

The Jazz Department takes its Monday night concert to the BCT

In a partnership with the Buskirk-Chumley Theater, the IU Jacobs School of Music Department of Jazz Studies will present its … Continue reading

Student Neil Ferris is VP of Jazz From Bloomington

Neil Ferris, current MM Jazz Studies student, serves as Vice President of Jazz from Bloomington. He was one of the … Continue reading