Monthly Archives: December 2010

Nadine Weissmann sings in Paris and Germany

Mezzo-soprano Nadine Weissmann, M.M.’99, Perf. Dipl.’00, made her debut as the Countess Helfenstein at the Paris Opera Bastille in November … Continue reading → Continue reading

Student tubist tours with Israel Philharmonic

In May 2010, Ron Nimrod participated in the ITEC competition and won the Military Band Excerpts mock audition. For the fall 2010 semester, he played in … Continue reading Continue reading

George Brahler joins Dallas Brass

George Brahler, a current student of Joey Tartell, has accepted a position with the Dallas Brass. Brahler is pursuing his master’s … Continue reading Continue reading

Michael Woods’ latest projects

Michael Woods’, MM’80, latest projects include giving a fall concert of 10 new selections each year for the last 10 years. He recently … Continue reading Continue reading

Michael Zupko composer-in-residence with Fulcrum Point

Alumnus Mischa Zupko, MM ’98, DM ’03, is serving as the 2010-11 composer-in-residence with Chicago’s Fulcrum Point New Music Project directed … Continue reading Continue reading

Tim Miller accepts teaching position at IU Southeast

Tim Miller recently accepted a teaching position at Indiana University Southeast for the 2011-12 school year. He will be teaching beginning and … Continue reading Continue reading

Joshua Bell featured artist at the 2010 Nobel Prize Concert

Faculty member Joshua Bell was the featured guest soloist for the 2010 Nobel Prize Concert, December 8, performing Tchaikovsky’s Violin … Continue reading Continue reading

Faculty member Petar Jankovic receives critical acclaim for new DVD from Guitar International

Guitar International magazine gives two thumbs up to the new DVD release by Jacobs faculty guitarist Peter Jankovic. “Serbian classical … Continue reading Continue reading

DM candidate Dan Bubeck’s performance is praised in NYT review of Messiah

Current DM candidate and countertenor Dan Bubeck is commended in a Dec 9 James Oestreich review of a Messiah performance.  … Continue reading → Continue reading

Double Reed Magazine celebrates Linda Strommen’s premiere of concerto for oboe and wind ensemble

Double Reed magazine’s November 2010 issue reports on Professor Linda Strommen’s February 2010 collaboration with composer Eric Ewazen and Jacobs … Continue reading Continue reading