Monthly Archives: April 2013

Erica Schoelkoph prepared to join Glimmerglass this summer

Following her solo performance in the Jacobs School’s production of Verdi’s Requiem (April 17 & 19), Erica Schoelkopf will join the … Continue reading Continue reading

Michael Porter performs with Ft. Worth Opera, Glimmerglass

Michael Porter is appearing in Ft.Worth Opera’s 2013 Festival productions of Ariadne auf Naxos  by R. Strauss in the role … Continue reading Continue reading

Update from Alumni composer Keith Fitch (BM ’89, MM ’92, DM ’95)

Keith Fitch (BM ’89, MM ’92, DM ’95) currently heads the composition department at the Cleveland Institute of Music, where … Continue reading Continue reading

Update from Alumni composer Natalie Williams (DM ’11)

Natalie Williams (DM ’11) has been awarded a residency place at the Master Artists in Residency program (Atlantic Center for … Continue reading Continue reading

Review of composition student Chappell Kingsland’s premiere of the opera “Intoxication”

A positive review from Peter Jacobi at the Herald Times of the recent entirely student-produced opera “Intoxication”, composed by Jacobs School … Continue reading Continue reading

Two JSoM students featured in California performance of Britten’s “War Requiem”

Two JSoM students Jacob Williams and John Orduña were featured as principal soloists in a performance of Britten’s “War Requiem” by the … Continue reading Continue reading

HT Music review: Opera ‘Intoxication, America’s Love Affair with Oil’ a good show

HeraldTimesOnline.com Music review: Opera ‘Intoxication, America’s Love Affair with Oil’ a good show By Peter JacobiH-T Reviewer | pjacobi@heraldt.com April … Continue reading Continue reading

Herald Times: Grammy-winning cellist Janos Starker praised as a ‘true genius’ and demanding teacher

HeraldTimesOnline.com Grammy-winning cellist Janos Starker praised as a ‘true genius’ and demanding teacher By Rick Seltzer331-4243 | rseltzer@heraldt.com April 29, … Continue reading Continue reading

Kenari Quartet wins (again!) at the Arriaga Chamber Music Competition

Just a few weeks following its win at the Plowman chamber music competition, the  Kenari Quartet (Bob Eason, Durand Jones, Steven … Continue reading Continue reading

REVIEW Jacobi (HT): Pressler with friends well worth hearing

Pressler with friends well worth hearing When a “Menahem Pressler and Friends” event is announced, one doesn’t usually know, at … Continue reading Continue reading