Monthly Archives: March 2014

JumpstartDIGEST! Recent News Commentary, and Ideas

WHAT HAPPENED IN SAN DIEGO?San Diego Opera’s Sudden Demise San Francisco Classical Voice: Janos Gereben General director Ian Campbell: “…It … Continue reading Continue reading

Tenor Matthew Polenzani in recital March 30 in Auer Hall

One of the most gifted and distinguished lyric tenors of his generation, Matthew Polenzani will perform at 2 p.m. on … Continue reading Continue reading

New Copland Transcription to be Premiered by IU Wind Ensemble

The Indiana University Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Prof. Stephen W. Pratt, will be premiering a new wind band … Continue reading Continue reading

Jeremy Podgursky wins American Academy of Arts and Letters award

Jacobs student wins American Academy of Arts and Letters award   Jeremy Podgursky, a doctoral student at the IU Jacobs … Continue reading Continue reading

Jeremy Denk Is to Receive the Avery Fisher Prize

String of High Notes for Pianist By MICHAEL COOPER BOSTON — Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven are playing Scrabble in heaven. … Continue reading Continue reading

Introducing Classical Revolution Bloomington

Jacobs School students Cayla Bellamy (DM, bassoonist) and Cathryn Gaylord (PD, bassoonist) are on a mission to revolutionize the way … Continue reading Continue reading

ENCOUNTER – An Evening of Percussion, Saxophone, and Film

Enjoy a very special performance by Jacobs School students, alumni, and a special guest film maker in an evening of … Continue reading Continue reading

Playing (Less) Hurt & Musical LifeSmarts Thu & Fri this week!

JANET HORVATH Playing (Less) Hurt  & Musical LifeSmarts Thu & Fri this week! The Jacobs School Lecture Committee and Project … Continue reading Continue reading

Ensemble performs modern classical music

By Brandon Cook   The Jacobs School of Music’s New Music Ensemble, under the direction of David Dzubay, performed three … Continue reading Continue reading

JumpstartDIGEST! Recent News, Commentary, and Ideas

GLOBALIZATION OF THE ARTS New Economic Superpowers Seek Global Recognition for their Arts & Culture USC Center on Public Diplomacy: … Continue reading Continue reading