Monthly Archives: May 2014

JumpstartDigest: Recent news, commentary, and ideas.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT IN THE MUSIC WORLD Recent news, commentary, and ideas. MEMORIAL DAY TRIBUTES Asleep In Dress Blues: Music … Continue reading Continue reading

Jacobs alumna Sang Mi Ahn (DM ’14) to have piece “Convergence” performed in Greece

Sang Mi Ahn’s Convergence has been selected for performance at the Idee Fixe Ensemble’s Electroacoustic Concert titled “+29 db May”.  … Continue reading Continue reading

Jacobs alumna Ursula Kuhar to present at the 2014 Association of Arts Administration Educators (AAAE) Annual Conference

Jacobs School of Music alumna Ursula Kuhar (DM Voice ’11) will be presenting on case studies and technology in the … Continue reading Continue reading

Your Chance to Comment: No Seriously, There’s No Such Thing As Arts Entrepreneurship

Contrary Opinion: No Seriously, There’s No Such Thing As Arts Entrepreneurship Aaron Gervais (Blog) Composer Aaron Gervais pens a second … Continue reading Continue reading

Alumnus Eric Stark honored with Sagamore of the Wabash

Jacobs School of Music alumnus Eric Stark (DM ’01, MM ’91) was recently presented with the Sagamore this April, 2014. The … Continue reading Continue reading

Jacobs alumnus Richard Barrett to perform with Cappella Romana at Getty Villa

Richard Barrett (BM, Vocal Performance, ’05), presently a PhD candidate in the Indiana University Department of History completing a dissertation … Continue reading Continue reading

Matthew Peterson (MM ’08) Wins 2014 Uppsala Tonsättartävling

Jacobs alumnus Matthew Peterson charmed both the jury and the audience in Uppsala, Sweden at the finals of the biannual … Continue reading Continue reading

Nicholas Cline (MM ’13) featured composer-in-residence at High Concept Laboratories

Nicholas Cline will be the Summer 2014 composer-in-residence at High Concept Laboratories.  He will present a series of talks, workshops, … Continue reading Continue reading

Update from Jacobs alumnus Tim Miller (DM ’13)

Composer and Jacobs School of Music alumnus Tim Miller’s “Three Junes” was recently performed by the Indiana University Southeast Concert … Continue reading Continue reading

Alumnas Natalie Williams (DM ’12) Appointed as SCI National Student Chapters Coordinator

Jacobs School alumnus, Natalie Williams, was recently appointed as the National Student Chapters Coordinator for the SCI (Society of Composers, … Continue reading Continue reading