Monthly Archives: November 2014

A TASTE OF OPERA AT TOPO’S 403

Topo’s 403 is pleased to announce “A Taste of Opera”, a musical and culinary special event.  The restaurant will serve … Continue reading Continue reading

A {well-advised} lunch with James Pellerite and Murray Grodner

THURSDAY, DEC 4 @ 12PM | JS415 JAMES J. PELLERITE, flute Professor of Flute from 1957-1987 Jacobs School of Music … Continue reading Continue reading

MUSIC REVIEW: “In sum and total, this ‘Last Savage’ is a hoot”

By Peter Jacobi   Zany. Manic. Silly. Absurd. Laughter producing. With just a touch of the poignant. The question raised: … Continue reading Continue reading

Upcoming recital to celebrate Edwin Penhorwood’s Birthday

Birthday celebration will be a musical treat for all By Peter Jacobi   He must be well pleased. Edwin Penhorwood … Continue reading Continue reading

The Last Savage: Menotti’s Bow To Screwball Comedy

By George Walker “…imagine if Donizetti and Puccini collaborated on the score of a Doris Day-Rock Hudson movie.” stage director, … Continue reading Continue reading

Live stream this weeekend of an opera you have never seen on screen!

Indiana University Opera Theater is live-streaming Giancarlo Menotti’s The Last Savage this coming weekend, Nov 14 & 15, in an … Continue reading Continue reading

MUSIC REVIEW: CHAMBER ORCHESTRA AND ARAD

Effron and company allows us to share the comfort and joy By Peter Jacobi   The set-up on Wednesday evening … Continue reading Continue reading

MUSIC REVIEW: BAE MEMORIAL CONCERT

Concert a beautiful memorial to Ik-Hwan Bae By Peter Jacobi   “A Concert in Remembrance of Ik-Hwan Bae” brought family, … Continue reading Continue reading

Jacobs’ newest opera searches for the world’s last primitive man

By Sarah Panfil   Dancers covered in greenery scamper around the center stage of the Musical Arts Center. A woman … Continue reading Continue reading

Emile Naoumoff & Yau Cheng release new album

Gouvy: Sonatas for Piano Four Hands Emile Naoumoff & Yau Cheng   Featuring pianists Emile Naoumoff and Yau Chang, this … Continue reading Continue reading