Monthly Archives: October 2012

Jacobs School doctoral students present current research at 2012 CIC Music Education Conference

Several IU Jacobs School of Music doctoral students in music education presented their current research at the 2012 CIC (Committee on Institutional … Continue reading Continue reading

Patrice Madura co-authors book on Contemporary Music Education

Professor Patrice Madura’s sixth book, Contemporary Music Education, 4th edition, co-authored with Michael Mark, was recently released by Cengage Publishing. The book explores … Continue reading Continue reading

Patrice Madura appointed national chair for vocal jazz repertoire and standards at ACDA

Professor of Music Education Patrice Madura has been appointed the National Chairperson for Vocal Jazz Repertoire and Standards for the American Choral … Continue reading Continue reading

Preview: Pro Arte Singers Perform Haydn’s “The Creation” This Weekend

Notable concert, a visit and a tribute to a pioneer arts reporter By Peter JacobiH-T Columnist October 28, 2012 A … Continue reading Continue reading

Professor Perantoni named Provost Professor

The Jacobs School of Music congratulates Professor Daniel Perantoni, who was named Provost Professor in a ceremony led by IU … Continue reading Continue reading

Gulrukh Shakirova wins Jacobs School student “Mozart” piano concerto competition

Congratulations to pianist Gulrukh Shakirova, a student of Distinguished Professor Menahem Pressler, who has won the Jacobs School of Music’s … Continue reading Continue reading

Alumnus David Milne (MM ’90) leads a new band in the Jazz from A to Z season

Led by saxophonist Dave Milne and vibraphonist Dave Hagedorn, Spiral Vision, a hard bop fusion  quintet, pays homage to Hutcherson/Land to … Continue reading Continue reading

Alex Wadner selected as principal timpanist for New World Symphony

Alex Wadner, BM’10, percussion performance, was recently appointed principal timpanist with the New World Symphony Orchestra in Miami, Fla. Continue reading

Mirari Brass releases debut album, “Spires!”

The Mirari Brass, comprising five students and alumni of the Jacobs School of Music, has released its debut album, Spires! Alex Noppe and … Continue reading Continue reading

Jeremy Allen performs in Midwest premiere of Hersch composition

Faculty bassist Jeremy Allen performed in the Midwest premiere of world-renowned jazz pianist Fred Hersch’s setting of Walt Whitman’s “Leaves of … Continue reading Continue reading