Monthly Archives: March 2015

TWO ADDITIONAL {WELL-ADVISED} LUNCHES NEXT WEEK

Don’t miss this opportunity to meet two leading professional A {WELL-ADVISED} LUNCH with ROBERT CLARK Music Entrepreneur and 2015 Singing … Continue reading Continue reading

Verona Quartet wins second prize and ProQuartet-CEMC Price at the 2015 Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition

We are pleased to announce that the Verona Quartet (formerly known as the Wasmuth Quartet), IU Jacobs School of Music’s … Continue reading Continue reading

IU ballet prepares for spring performance

By Peter Jacobi   On the Thursday afternoon before spring break, the Indiana University campus had already lost many of … Continue reading Continue reading

Spring Ballet Debuts at the Musical Arts Center

By Lauren Saxe Beginning with the elegance of “Swan Lake,” moving into a contemporary series of unconventional duets and ending … Continue reading Continue reading

Stamitz Viola Concerto Competition Winners Announced

Congratulations to Gabriel Polycarpo, winner of Stamitz Viola Concerto Competition!  He is a student of Edward Gazouleas. The runner-up is … Continue reading Continue reading

Berlin Summer University of the Arts 2015

Introducing the Berlin Summer University of the Arts 2015 at the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK). A wide spectrum … Continue reading Continue reading

IU Wind Ensemble to perform at national college wind band convention

The Indiana University Wind Ensemble will perform at the College Band Directors National Association national conference in Nashville, Tenn., this … Continue reading Continue reading

ERIC STARK – March Entrepreneur of the Month

Meet ERIC STARK, Project Jumpstart’s Entrepreneur of the Month! Eric is Artistic Director of the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir and Director … Continue reading Continue reading

IU Wind Ensemble to perform at national college wind band convention

The Indiana University Wind Ensemble will perform at the College Band Directors National Association national conference in Nashville, Tenn., this … Continue reading Continue reading

DownBeat: Jazz Educator Steve Zegree Dies at 61

DownBeat Magazine 3/11/2015 Steve Zegree, an internationally respected vocal jazz educator who was also an accomplished pianist and choral conductor, … Continue reading Continue reading