Monthly Archives: November 2015

Jacobs students sweep Indiana District Met National Council Auditions

Seven students from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music took home prizes from the Indiana District competition of the … Continue reading Continue reading

IU ballerina shares love for dance through performance

By Jordan Morgan Cara Hansvick did not smile, focused on the pinnacle moment of each move as she held her poses. … Continue reading Continue reading

Reed’s Albright Organ Works recording released on iTunes

The University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre, and Dance has released William Albright Organ Works, recorded by Adjunct Professor … Continue reading Continue reading

Jacobs’ production of ‘Die Fledermaus’ to open Friday

By Brooke McAfee An ornate hotel lobby occupied the stage of the Musical Arts Center Thursday evening. Characters, entered and … Continue reading Continue reading

MUSIC REVIEW: IU SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, EFFRON AND BAE

Two extraordinary performances earn audience approval By Peter Jacobi   Two substantial and revealing works constituted Sunday afternoon’s Indiana University … Continue reading Continue reading

OPERA REVIEW: ‘DiE FLEDERMAUS’

The whole of this ‘Fledermaus’ makes for a fun evening By Peter Jacobi   A special, unexpected, and most appropriate … Continue reading Continue reading

Upcoming concert in MAC a sea-worthy trip

By Peter Jacobi   The words of Walt Whitman say: “Behold the sea itself! And on its limitless, heaving breast, … Continue reading Continue reading

Upcoming concert in MAC a sea-worthy trip

By Peter Jacobi   The words of Walt Whitman say: “Behold the sea itself! And on its limitless, heaving breast, … Continue reading Continue reading

Jacobs ensembles collaborate for symphony performance

By Brooke McAfee Rows of almost 200 singers singing in unison, a full orchestra and two soloists will perform Ralph … Continue reading Continue reading

IU Opera changes the mood with ‘Die Fledermaus’

By Peter Jacobi   In terms of story content, themes, musical style and purpose, for an opera company to switch … Continue reading Continue reading