Monthly Archives: September 2015

South Korean alumni return to Jacobs School of Music to give free concert tonight

Inspired by the IU Chamber Orchestra’s tour to Seoul, South Korea, this past spring, the South Korean chapter of the … Continue reading Continue reading

Liberation Music Collective helps spread socially conscious messages through jazz

IU Communications Student Experience Blog When most people think of protest music, they think of John Lennon’s “Give Peace a … Continue reading Continue reading

Chamber Orchestra opens season with moving performance

By Peter Jacobi From the ominous opening chords of Beethoven’s Overture to “Egmont,” played with startling force, one could predict … Continue reading Continue reading

Many people pulling together season-opening opera

By Peter Jacobi Where all the seats are in the auditorium part of the Musical Arts Center, everything was quiet. … Continue reading Continue reading

IU Opera opens season with comedic classic

By Brooke McAfee Inside the Musical Arts Center, the orchestra for “The Barber of Seville” performed a lively overture. As … Continue reading Continue reading

Philharmonic performance showing at Jacobs

By Brooke McAfee Arnaldo Cohen, a professor of music in Jacobs School of Music, did not originally intend to become … Continue reading Continue reading

Alumna Tai Murray leads Europe’s first black and minority-ethnic orchestra

                    Europe’s first professional orchestra made up entirely of musicians of … Continue reading Continue reading

Doctoral student Phillip Sink wins 2015 Hermitage Prize

The Hermitage Artist Retreat continued its partnership with the Aspen Music Festival and School (AMFS) in Aspen, Colo., and awarded this … Continue reading Continue reading

David Dzubay wins 2015 Sackler Composition Prize

Professor David Dzubay, chair of the Composition Department, has been named the recipient of the 11th Raymond and Beverly Sackler … Continue reading Continue reading