Monthly Archives: February 2014

NOTUS to perform in DCINY’s Distinguished Concerts Artist Series

Ad Astra Singers, NOTUS and UC Berkeley Chamber Singers Join Forces for DCINY  Concert at Carnegie, 3/21   Three innovative … Continue reading Continue reading

Review: University Singers

Music for chorus By Peter Jacobi     Betsy Burley hasn’t been on the IU Jacobs School faculty for very … Continue reading Continue reading

Review: Thomas Riebl

By Peter Jacobi Restructured instrument   Thomas Riebl has for more than 30 years been a professor at the University … Continue reading Continue reading

Jacobs to premiere H.M.S. Pinafore

By Alison Graham  White and navy-clad sailors mopped the deck of a large wooden ship, singing and dancing in tune … Continue reading Continue reading

CareerMatters: Preparing for a Life in Music

PREPARING FOR A LIFE IN MUSIC Considering your next move? Are your career plans in place? Looking to build a … Continue reading Continue reading

JumpstartDIGEST! Recent News, Commentary, and Ideas

FORGING INTERNATIONAL MUSICAL ALLIANCES A Global “Grand Partnership” For Arts and Culture? Huffington Post An opportunity to globalize the arts … Continue reading Continue reading

Jacobs alumni featured in Tucson Desert Song Festival

Several Jacobs School of Music alumni were featured performers at the recent Tucson Desert Song Festival in Tucson, AZ. On … Continue reading

MUSIC REVIEW: FRANCOIS LE ROUX RECITAL

Visiting master class instructor was born to sing Debussy songs By Peter Jacobi   For this reviewer, Wednesday evening presented … Continue reading Continue reading

MUSIC REVIEW: IU WIND ENSEMBLE

Level of performance is rewardingly high By Peter Jacobi   The compositions chosen, five in number, were fewer and, for … Continue reading Continue reading

Music Review: Sunday in Auer

By Peter Jacobi There was sunshine brilliant on the cover of snow Sunday afternoon when another audience gathered in IU’s … Continue reading Continue reading