Monthly Archives: October 2013

Review: Deborah Voigt Master class

Master classes offer tips and encouragement to all students By Peter Jacobi The master class schedule bulges. Musical guests come … Continue reading

Alumna Nadja Michael in The Conquest of Mexico

International opera singer Nadja Michael performs as Montezuma in the Spanish premiere of Wolfgang Rihm’s The Conquest of Mexico (Die … Continue reading

Professor Emerita Martina Arroyo to receive Kennedy Centers Honors

By Amanda Arnold Martina Arroyo, an IU Jacobs School of Music distinguished professor emerita of voice, has been selected as … Continue reading

MUSIC REVIEW: Voice Cabaret

IU Baroque Orchestra and Voice Cabaret: Contrasting concerts both audience-pleasers By Peter Jacobi Sunday was time for period performance and … Continue reading

Former Jacobs School of Music professor awarded Kennedy Center Honors

By Peter Jacobi Significant Honors Two musicians with former ties to IU have earned recently-announced honors of major importance: Martina … Continue reading

Alumnus Lawrence Brownlee (MM ’01) to perform in Seattle Opera’s ‘The Daughter of the Regiment’

Lawrence Brownlee is once again sharing the stage with Sarah Coburn in Seattle Opera’s production of Gaetano Donizetti’s The Daughter … Continue reading

Update on alumna Sharon Harms (MM ’11)

Since graduating, Sharon Harms has received critical acclaim performing with the Argento Chamber Ensemble, Ensemble Mise-en, Orchestra of the League … Continue reading

Jacobs alumna Jamie Barton featured as cover story in Classical Singer magazine

Mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton is this month’s Classical Singer cover story.  Fresh from her dual Singer of the World and Song … Continue reading