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(* Starred events are REQUIRED for IU composition students.)
DOCTORAL SAXOPHONE RECITAL – Heidi Siberz
Sunday, Jan. 15, 2:00pm, Auer Hall
Sang Mi Ahn – Monologue for tenor saxophone.
* COMPUTER MUSIC RECITAL – CECM
Saturday, Jan. 21, 2:00pm, Auer Hall
CONCERT ORCHESTRA – Pascal Verrot
Wednesday, Jan. 25, 4:00pm, MAC
Yoomi Paick – Center Ground (dissertation)
* GUEST COMPOSER SEMINAR – Frederic Rzewski
Monday, Jan. 30, 7:00pm, Sweeney Hall
OUT OF THE ORDINARY: MUSIC OF DON FREUND FOR ORGAN AND BRASS – John Rommel, trumpet; Janette Fishell, organ.
Tuesday, Jan. 31, 8:00pm, Auer Hall
GUEST LECTURE – David Liptak
Wednesday, Feb. 1, 4:00pm, MAC040
GUEST RECITAL – Frederic Rzewski, pianist/composer
Wednesday, Feb. 1, 8:00pm, Auer Hall
GUEST LECTURE – Frederic Rzewski
Thursday, Feb. 2, 3:00pm, Ford Hall
* NEW MUSIC ENSEMBLE – D. Dzubay
David Liptak & Frederic Rzewski, guest composers
Thursday, Feb. 2, 8:00pm, Auer Hall
Knussen: Two Organa
Rzewski: Knight, Death & Devil
Liptak: Star Bright
NEWS: CURRENT STUDENTS
Benjamin Taylor’s Leap for chamber orchestra was chosen for performance atGAMMA-UT in Austin, Texas. The twelfth annual GAMMA-UT Conference and Concert will take place at The University of Texas at Austin on the evening of Saturday, April 14th, 2012. The newly-formed Sonorous Ensemble will be the ensemble in residence for the GAMMA-UT conference. This group is comprised of professional musicians in the Austin area who are experienced performers of contemporary music. The theme of this year’s conference is “Music and Structures of Society.” The keynote speaker for this year’s conference is bestselling author, cultural historian, critic, and music programmer Joseph Horowitz, who will give a talk on the future of classical music in the United States, in conjunction with presentations by selected student scholars.
|Elliott Bark’s Three Musical Moments for Solo Violin has been chosen as a Finalist of the International Music Prize for Excellence in Composition 2011, Thessaloniki Greece.|
|Melody Eötvös’ composition for fixed-media Die hohle Höhle, has been selected to be presented on the Sonic Rain Concert Series, Sunday, January 29, 2012 at the University of Oregon School of Music.|
Elizabeth Ogonek (BM 2010) has been named one of the three 2012 Marshall Scholars. Valued at over $60,000, the scholarship pays for graduate study at any university in the United Kingdom, including fees, living expenses, fares to and from the U.S., and grants for books, research, daily travel and a thesis. The scholarships were founded by the British Parliament in 1953 to commemorate the Marshall Plan, in which the United States helped the countries of Western Europe rebuild after the destruction of World War II.
David Dzubay, Chair
Indiana University Jacobs School of Music
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