Monthly Archives: September 2014

OPERA REVIEW: IU’s revival of Rossini’s ‘Italian Girl in Algiers’ ‘awfully good fun’

By Peter Jacobi The downer on both Friday and Saturday evenings was that there were too many empty seats in … Continue reading Continue reading

The Jacobs School mourns the passing of alumnus Thomas Mastroianni

It is with sadness that the Jacobs School of Music shares the news of the death of pianist Thomas Mastroianni, September … Continue reading Continue reading

Update from Sang Mi Ahn (DM ’14)

Sang Mi Ahn’s Metabolism was realized in a sound installation called “Sound Planetarium” in three different locations (Tours, Bourges, and … Continue reading Continue reading

Constance Cook Glen elected board member of College Music Society

Constance Cook Glen, coordinator of the Jacobs Music in General Studies program, has been elected as a board member of the College Music … Continue reading Continue reading

Ara Cho (MM ’13) Wins 4th Ilshin Composition Prize

Ara Cho (MM ’13) won the 4th Ilshin Composition Prize, which included the premiere of a new composition at the … Continue reading Continue reading

Ching-Yi Lin is September Entrepreneur of the Month

Ching-Yi Lin spent her formative musical life as a talented performer focused on a concert career. While studying at IU, … Continue reading Continue reading

Grant Opportunity for arts activity in Bloomington!

Bloomington Urban Enterprise Association and BEAD accepting applications for Zone Arts Grant Program Bloomington, Ind. – The Bloomington Urban Enterprise … Continue reading Continue reading

Four Sessions on Audio, Video, Photography, and Websites

A SERIES OF FOUR SESSIONS ON AUDIO, VIDEO, PHOTOGRAPHY, & WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT Refine your skills in multimedia through a series … Continue reading Continue reading

Introducing the Jacobs School of Music Career Portal

The Jacobs School of Music’s new Career Portal breaks new ground by providing a comprehensive web-based career planning tool for … Continue reading Continue reading

Adam Bodony ’11 to succeed Susan Kitterman ’75 as Artistic Director of the New World Youth Orchestras

  Susan Kitterman ’75, Founder and Artistic Director of the New World Youth Orchestras in Indianapolis, will pass artistic control … Continue reading Continue reading