Monthly Archives: November 2013

Remembering Professor Emeritus William Adam

William Alexander Adam, 96 Oct. 21, 1917 – Nov. 25, 2013 You are invited to leave your thoughts and remembrances about … Continue reading Continue reading

JumpstartDigest! Recent news, commentary, and ideas.

FEATURE JFK Was Arts Patron In Chief LA Times: Mark Swed John F. Kennedy and his wife, Jackie, often surrounded … Continue reading Continue reading

Jumpstart Feature: Second Kitchen Collective

Founded by Jacobs School students Stephen Carlsgaard and Kate Haldrup and their friends in early 2012, the recording studio Second … Continue reading Continue reading

Alumnus Bernard Gordillo (MM ’04) in Nicaragua

Bernard Gordillo has continued to research Nicaraguan music history in Managua, working closely with the National History Institute of Nicaragua … Continue reading Continue reading

Alumnus Bernard Gordillo (MM ’04) in Nicaragua

Bernard Gordillo has continued to research Nicaraguan music history in Managua, working closely with the National History Institute of Nicaragua … Continue reading Continue reading

Alumna Natalie Salzman (BM ’13) to release EP

Natalie Salzman is currently recording her debut EP at FAME Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. FAME has fostered the … Continue reading Continue reading

Jumpstart Digest! Updates on news, commentary, and ideas in the music world

FEATURED ARTICLE Invention, Innovation & Creating Real Change Culturebot.com Invention, Innovation & Creating Real Change” is the last in a … Continue reading Continue reading

Student Update: Natalie Salzman

Debut EP: Ebb & Flow For the past month, I’ve been recording my debut EP at the legendary FAME recording … Continue reading Continue reading

Alumni Ari Pelto and Chía Patiño with the Teatro Nacional Sucre

Faust, a five-act opera by Charles Gounod, will begin at Teatro Nacional Sucre in Quito, Ecuador on November 14, 2013. … Continue reading

String Academy fosters young musicians

By Alyssa Schor Amy Lidell wants to be a professional violinist. Every Saturday, she and fellow members of the Jacobs … Continue reading Continue reading