Monthly Archives: August 2011

Gibson in Venice

John Gibson visited Venice, Italy, where his laptop ensemble piece, Wind Farm, was performed by the Arazzi Laptop Ensemble as … Continue reading Continue reading

Gibson and Gleiser to appear on new CD

Kati Gleiser, a doctoral candidate in piano, performed Blue Traces, a piece for piano and live electronics by composition faculty … Continue reading Continue reading

Brenda Brenner’s article about string teaching in South Africa, cover of Strad Magazine

Profesor Brenda Brenner’s article Teaching in the Townships: the string schemes improving children’s lives in South Africa is the featured … Continue reading Continue reading

Alumnus composer Eric Nathan’s winning works

Alumnus Eric Nathan’s recent compositions have struck a chord with two competitions! His string quartet “Four to One” was just … Continue reading Continue reading

Clint Needham winner of the 2011 International Barlow Prize

Composer and Indiana University Jacobs School of Music alum, Clint Needham (MM 2006, DM 2010), has been selected as the … Continue reading Continue reading

Clint Needham winner of the 2011 International Barlow Prize

Composer and Indiana University Jacobs School of Music alum, Clint Needham (MM 2006, DM 2010), has been selected as the … Continue reading Continue reading

Alumna Carole Farley in Poulenc’s “La Voix Humaine”

Famed Met Opera star Carole Farley, soprano, is joined by the “Ambassador of French Music,” pianist Pascal Rogé, for Poulenc’s dramatic one-act … Continue reading → Continue reading

Tenor Jermaine Jackson is finalist in Cincinnati Opera’s 2011 “Opera Idol” competition

Jermaine Jackson, tenor and recent Jacobs School of Music graduate, was a finalist in Cincinnati Opera’s competition, OPERA IDOL–2011. This … Continue reading → Continue reading

Alumna Carolina Gamboa-Hoyos named director of choral activities at Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.

Carolina Gamboa-Hoyos, DM’10, choral conducting, has been named director of choral activities at the Universidad de los Andes in Bogota, Colombia. She … Continue reading Continue reading

Tenor Andy Lunsford featured in Coloradoan article

By STACY NICK In 2008, Andrew Lunsford was an unemployed countertop manufacturer who never had a voice lesson. A year … Continue reading → Continue reading