Author Archives: Jacobs School of Music

Organ student Hansol Kim wins national competition for organists

Indiana University Jacobs School of Music student Hansol Kim won first place in the Fox Valley Chapter of the American … Continue reading

Nicole Simental Takes First Prize in The IV International Goedicke Organ Competition

Nicole Simental was awarded First Prize in The IV International Goedicke Organ Competition held September 18-24 at the Moscow Conservatory in … Continue reading

Organist Fishell puts Franck’s majesty, beauty on full display

By Peter Jacobi H-T Reviewer It took Janette Fishell 21 concerts spread over a period of three-plus years to display … Continue reading

American Public Media airs Jacobs School of Music Pipedreams Concerts

American Public Media has released the October and November program listings for Pipedreams. Included are the two episodes of Pipedreams … Continue reading

First Presbyterian Santa Barbara Appoints Organist

Kevin Rose, MM 1998, has been appointed organist of First Presbyterian Church of Santa Barbara where he is in command … Continue reading

Reed’s Albright Organ Works recording released on iTunes

The University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre, and Dance has released William Albright Organ Works, recorded by Adjunct Professor … Continue reading

Brent te Velde Wins 2015 Rodland Scholarship Competition

Organist Brent te Velde is this year’s winner of the 2015 John R. Rodland Memorial Scholarship awarded under the auspices … Continue reading

Two DM students selected to compete in final rounds of international competition

Two of my DM students , JinHee Kim and Brent te Velde competed in the first round of the Mikael … Continue reading

Music review: Penhorwood Birthday Concert

Concert a wonderful 75th birthday tribute to organist Penhorwood By Peter Jacobi   The person or persons that dreamed up … Continue reading

Upcoming recital to celebrate Edwin Penhorwood’s Birthday

Birthday celebration will be a musical treat for all By Peter Jacobi   He must be well pleased. Edwin Penhorwood … Continue reading