Monthly Archives: July 2014

Alumnus Nicholas Hersh (MM ’12) named assistant conductor for Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra recently appointed Nicholas Hersh as its new Assistant Conductor. His tenure begins in September 2014. Previously, … Continue reading Continue reading

Jumpstart OPPORTUNITY: THE BUSINESS OF ART

The city of Bloomington will present a series of free lectures by author, artist, and CPA Elaine Luttrull, Saturday and … Continue reading Continue reading

Remembering Professor Ik-Hwan Bae

Ik-Hwan Bae, 57 Nov. 19, 1956 – July 24, 2014  The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music mourns the loss … Continue reading Continue reading

Project Jumpstart is Planning to Hire a Few Great Music Students!

Are you looking for something exciting and beneficial to your career? Project Jumpstart, the student-led entrepreneurship programming arm of the … Continue reading Continue reading

Percussion academy helps round out summer concert offerings

By Peter Jacobi   Summer Music, the annual series of concerts sponsored by Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music, depends … Continue reading Continue reading

MUSIC REVIEW: MOZART REQUIEM MASS

By Peter Jacobi   For the most part, the choices were wise for the weekend’s performances of the Mozart Requiem … Continue reading Continue reading

Idea for summer program becomes annual treat

By Peter Jacobi   If you look at the printed program for this afternoon’s Summer Music concert in Auer Hall, … Continue reading Continue reading

Summer Chorus to perform this weekend

By Liliane Ho   Showcasing sacred pieces in combination with Mozart’s writings and excerpts, the summer chorus from the Jacobs … Continue reading Continue reading

FURIOSO: An Evening of Handel Opera at the John Waldron Arts Center, July 18

Gamma Ut, the early music student organization at the Jacobs School of Music team up with New York-based opera company … Continue reading Continue reading

Historical Performance students perform before Indiana Festival Theatre’s performances of “Twelfth Night”

Let us whet your appetite for the “Bard of Avon.” In the tradition of Shakespeare’s productions, musicians from the Jacobs School … Continue reading Continue reading