Monthly Archives: July 2011

Doctoral student Bernard McDonald appointed director of opera at Simpson College

Simpson College has appointed Scottish conductor and IU doctoral student Bernard McDonald as the new director of its flagship opera … Continue reading Continue reading

Professor Marietta Simpson included in article about National Association of Negro Musicians

Mezzo soprano Marietta Simpson, professor of voice in the Jacobs School, is interviewed in “Nurturing and advancing a proud musical … Continue reading → Continue reading

Professor Robert Harrison completes residency at Brazilian international festival

Professor of voice, Robert Harrison completed a two week teaching residency at 42nd FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE INVERNO DE CAMPOS DO … Continue reading → Continue reading

Mark Hood and Douglas McKinnie join the Recording Arts faculty

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music announced today (July 20) the addition of two full-time faculty … Continue reading Continue reading

Student Nemanja Ostoich wins second prize at the ECU Guitar Competition

Doctoral guitar student Nemanja Ostoich won second prize at the East Carolina University Guitar Competition held July 10-13, 2011.
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Alumna Rose Bellini appointed Director of Development for International Contemporary Ensemble

Rose Bellini, BM’01, cello; MM’03, cello; DM’09, cello; was recently appointed Director of Development for the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE), … Continue reading Continue reading

Student Erol Ozsever places at Tennessee Guitar Festival and Competition

Doctoral student of guitar Erol Ozsever recently won third prize at the Tennessee Guitar Festival and Competition. He studies with Ernesto … Continue reading Continue reading

Stanley Ritchie directs performances of Dido & Aeneas in Corfu

Professor of Baroque Violin Stanley Ritchie has spent the past few weeks in-residence at Ionian University to conduct three staged performances … Continue reading Continue reading

Doctoral Candidate Sarah Paradis appointed Assistant Professor at Bemidji State University

Indiana University Jacobs School of Music Doctoral Candidate Sarah Paradis has accepted the position of Assistant Professor of Low Brass … Continue reading Continue reading

Bernard Gordillo receives Fulbright award for study in Nicaragua

Jacobs School alumnus (MM ’04 in Early Music) Bernard Gordillo has received a Fulbright-IIE Scholarship to conduct research in Spanish Colonial church music … Continue reading Continue reading