Monthly Archives: November 2016

The Liberation Music Collective

by Scott Gotschall Students in the Jacobs School of Music Jazz Studies Department benefit from a world class education and … Continue reading Continue reading

New Release: Basically Baker, Vol. 2: The Big Band Music of David Baker

by Scott Gotschall Basically Baker, Vol. 2: The Big Band Music of David Baker, the latest CD from the Buselli-Wallarab … Continue reading Continue reading

IU Jazz Welcomes Dr. Jeremy Fox to Lead IU Vocal Jazz Ensembles

by Scott Gotschall The IU Jazz Studies Department and Jacobs School of Music welcomed Dr. Jeremy Fox this fall as … Continue reading Continue reading

Saxophonist Walter Smith III Joins IU Jazz Faculty

by Scott Gotschall This fall the IU Jazz Studies Department and Jacobs School of Music welcomed saxophonist Walter Smith III … Continue reading Continue reading

Weekly Digest – November 28

TINY DESK GOES VIRAL How NPR’s Intimate Concert Series Earned a Cult Following Vox: Zachary Crockett Over eight years, more … Continue reading Continue reading

Weekly Digest – November 21

ORCHESTRAL POWER US Orchestras Are Too Important to Fail USA Today: Jonathan Kaledin Taking American orchestra “exceptionalism” into the 21st … Continue reading Continue reading

Canadian Guitarists Take Top Spots in Indiana Competition

November 9, 2016 The 7th Indiana International Guitar Festival and competition was held on October 22nd and 23rd on the … Continue reading Continue reading

Yamaha Honors Two Legendary Artist-Educators at PASIC16 With Prestigious Legacy in Education Awards

(PRWEB) NOVEMBER 12, 2016 Yamaha presented the company’s Legacy in Education Awards to Steve Houghton and Bret Kuhn during this … Continue reading Continue reading

Weekly Digest – November 14

THE TRUMP EFFECT It’s too early to tell how the election of Donald Trump as President will impact the arts. … Continue reading Continue reading

IU’s ‘Madama Butterfly’ worth drive to Butler to see

“Madama Butterfly” is one of those operas for which you must have the right talent to portray the central character. … Continue reading Continue reading