Monthly Archives: October 2013

Update from Melody Eotvos

Melody’s two electronic and video pieces Shoulderpieces and Patoises-I were selected for the UCSD Listening room series, the first of … Continue reading Continue reading

Project Jumpstart Entrepreneur of the Month: Diana Smith Nixon

Be inspired by entrepreneurial JSoM alumni and students! For our inaugural (November, 2013) Entrepreneur of the Month feature, Project Jumpstart … Continue reading Continue reading

Student Update: Sang Mi Ahn

Sang Mi Ahn’s Permission to Engage has been accepted for performance at the Symposium on Acoustic Ecology, which will be … Continue reading Continue reading

Update from Benjamin D. Taylor

Benjamin Taylor is honored to have received a second commission from the Barlow Endowment.  He will write a piece for … Continue reading Continue reading

Update from Ezra Donner

Ezra Donner’s Mountain Suite for String Orchestra was premiered at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall on October 12 by … Continue reading Continue reading

Faculty member Dominick DiOrio in-residence at UT-Knoxville

Choral conducting faculty member Dominick DiOrio was invited to the University of Tennessee-Knoxville to give a masterclass to the composition/theory … Continue reading Continue reading

“Werther,” An Intimate Opera On A Large Stage

By George Walker Composer Jules Massenet and his operas are is no strangers to the Jacobs School of Music audiences. … Continue reading Continue reading

Review: Deborah Voigt Master class

Master classes offer tips and encouragement to all students By Peter Jacobi The master class schedule bulges. Musical guests come … Continue reading Continue reading

Jumpstart Digest: Recent News, Commentary, and Ideas

FEATURE The future of regional arts orgs will be determined by the answers to these questions Huffington Post Michael Kaiser, … Continue reading Continue reading

MUSIC REVIEW: CHAMBER ORCHESTRA AND FAGEN

Conductor’s skills and background the right mix By Peter Jacobi Proof gathers that the addition a few years ago of … Continue reading Continue reading