Monthly Archives: September 2016

American Public Media airs Jacobs School of Music Pipedreams Concerts

American Public Media has released the October and November program listings for Pipedreams. Included are the two episodes of Pipedreams … Continue reading Continue reading

Career Digest – September 28, 2016

  GETTING YOUR $&!# TOGETHER WORKSHOPS!  PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION…   A bi-weekly digest of career development information, ideas, … Continue reading Continue reading

Soprano Ailyn Pérez receives 2017 Sphinx Medal of Excellence

Soprano Ailyn Pérez has been named a recipient of the 2017 Sphinx Medal of Excellence. This tremendous honor is given … Continue reading Continue reading

Weekly Digest – September 26, 2016

WEEKLY DIGEST September 26, 2016 FEATURE ORCHESTRA REVIVAL? With the generally good news about orchestras across the US, is it … Continue reading Continue reading

IU Jazz Faculty and Alumni Voted into DownBeat Critics Poll

by Scott Gotschall Congratulations to the IU faculty and alumni who were selected for the 2016 Downbeat Critics Poll! The … Continue reading Continue reading

Dave Stryker is on a Roll! New CD Eight Track II

by Scott Gotschall Congratulations to IU Jazz faculty member Dave Stryker, who appears this month in both Jazz Times magazine … Continue reading Continue reading

IU Jazz Launches Jazz Alumni Hall of Fame

by Scott Gotschall and Tom Walsh At the 2016 Jazz Celebration concert on April 23, seven individuals were inducted into … Continue reading Continue reading

1965-66 IU Jazz Ensemble 50-Year Reunion

by Tom Walsh This past spring members of the 1965-66 IU Jazz Ensemble gathered in Bloomington May 27-29 to commemorate … Continue reading Continue reading

A Life-Altering Event: The 1966 IU Jazz Ensemble U.S. State Department Near East & South Asia Cultural Exchange Concert Tour

By Craig Andrews (B.M. 1969) On January 29, 1966, the Indiana University Jazz Ensemble – known as the “first” of … Continue reading Continue reading

OECD Weekly Digest – September 12, 2016

FEATURE The North-South Divide in American Creativity America’s Great Creative Divide isn’t between the coasts and the center, but rather … Continue reading Continue reading