Monthly Archives: January 2012

Professor Wendy Gillespie wins Wellesley College alumnae award

Wendy Gillespie, professor of viola da gamba, has been named a 2012 recipient of the Wellesley College Alumnae Achievement Award, the college’s … Continue reading Continue reading

Adam Walton at Caramoor Music Festival

Adam Walton, a student of Costanza Cuccaro, has been asked to participate in the Caramoor Music Festival this summer. He … Continue reading → Continue reading

Alumnus Jeremy Denk is interviewed (including audio) by the New Yorker about his performance of Ives

This week in the New Yorker magazine, alumnus pianist Jeremy Denk writes about recording Charles Ives’s “Concord” Sonata. He talks … Continue reading Continue reading

Camilla Williams, black opera pioneer, was 92

Camilla Williams, black opera pioneer, was 92 KEN KUSMER Associated Press Published: January 30, 2012 10:50AM click here for original … Continue reading → Continue reading

Camilla Williams, opera star, retired IU professor, died Sunday

Camilla Williams, opera star, retired IU professor, died Sunday January 30, 2012 click here for original article She was born … Continue reading → Continue reading

The Notebook: David Baker honored at IU

 The Notebook: David Baker honored at IU Jan. 29, 2012 click here for original article Indianapolis-born jazz educator David Baker, … Continue reading Continue reading

Review: Engaging performance featured French maestro

Engaging performance featured French maestro By Peter Jacobi H-T Reviewer | pjacobi@heraldt.com January 26, 2012 click here for original article … Continue reading Continue reading

Evelyn Nelson to sing with St. Olaf Orchestra

Evelyn Nelson, a student of Costanza Cuccaro, has been asked to be soprano soloist in Mahler’s Second Symphony with the … Continue reading → Continue reading

Katherine Weber receives Met Encouragement Award

Katherine Weber received an Encouragement Award in the Metropolitan Opera District Audition in Ames, Iowa, January 7. She is a student … Continue reading → Continue reading

Professor Emeritus Lewis Rowell presents colloquium

On November 30, 2011, Professor Emeritus Lewis Rowell presented a colloquium, “Reflections on Tuning: Remarks, Opinions, and Sound Bites from … Continue reading Continue reading