Monthly Archives: August 2016

OECD Weekly Digest – August 29, 2016

Welcome to the first issue of the OECD’s Weekly Digest of the semester! If you’d like to add your voice … Continue reading Continue reading

Dr. Joyce McCall honored with National Minority Role Model Award

Joyce McCall, Postdoctoral Resident Scholar/Visiting Assistant Professor in the Music Education Department, will be honored as a Minority Access National … Continue reading Continue reading

Saying Yes : The Art of Assessing and Accepting a Role in College and Beyond by Peter Thoresen – featuring Kevin Murphy

by Peter Thoresen | www.peterthoresen.com Young singers face a multitude of decisions as they embark on an educational career at a university … Continue reading Continue reading

Menahem Pressler’s Life in Music From Kristallnacht to Lang Lang

by Benjamin Ivry The German-born Israeli-American pianist Menahem Pressler will be 93 in December. Best recalled as long-time cornerstone of … Continue reading Continue reading

Two Alumni Give Successful Performance at the UN

Violist Namjoong Kim (MM, AD’05) performed at the podium of the UN during the during the closing ceremony of 2016 … Continue reading Continue reading

Brent Gault Releases Two New Books

  Brent Gault  had two new books released this past spring. “Teaching General Music” (co-edited with Carlos Abril of the … Continue reading Continue reading

John Fedchock Teaches at IU in Spring 2016

by A.J. O’Reilly, Tom Walsh, and Scott Gotschall   In the Spring of 2016, with Professor Brent Wallarab away on … Continue reading Continue reading

New Plummer Jazz Sextet Travels to Graz, Austria

by Scott Gotschall and Tom Walsh   This past spring the Jazz Studies department launched the Indiana University Jacobs School … Continue reading Continue reading

Remembering David Baker

by Scott Gotschall   On March 26th, 2016, the Jacobs School of Music lost long-time faculty member David Baker, Chair … Continue reading Continue reading