Monthly Archives: October 2010

Professor Adams publishes article in Journal of Music Theory

Assistant Professor of Music Kyle Adams’ article, “A New Theory of Chromaticism from the Late Sixteenth to the Early Eighteenth Century,” … Continue reading Continue reading

Susan Swaney is featured in upcoming Cardinal Stage Production

Adjunct Lecturer and Jacobs School alumnus Susan Swaney will be featured in the the upcoming Cardinal Stage Production of Souvenir: … Continue reading Continue reading

Alumnus Jeff Greene wins International Society of Bassists composition competition

Jeff Greene (BM ’04) is the grand prize winner in the “bass with electronic media” category of the International Society of … Continue reading Continue reading

David Dzubay wins 2010 Heckscher Foundation-Ithaca College Composition Prize

Composition department chair, Professor David Dzubay has won the 2010 Heckscher Foundation-Ithaca College Composition Prize ($3,000) for his chamber work, Kukulkan … Continue reading Continue reading

Asitha Tennekoon to be soloist with Indianapolis Symphonic Choir

Tenor Asitha Tennekoon was selected earlier this month from a pool of undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral vocalists to be soloist for … Continue reading → Continue reading

Clint Needham receives commission from Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

Clint Needham, MM, DM’10, has been commissioned to write a work for the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra in celebration of their 40th … Continue reading Continue reading

Michael Weiss at Jazz Department

Renowned jazz pianist and composer Michael Weiss, BM’81, returns to the Jacobs School of Music Jazz Department, filling in for … Continue reading Continue reading

John Rommel, trumpet, solos with the IU Wind Ensemble, November 2

The IU Wind Ensemble, conducted by Stephen Pratt, will present its second concert of the 2010-11 season on Tuesday evening, … Continue reading Continue reading

Student Laura Boone is winner of Tucson district MET competition

Mezzo soprano Laura Boone, a third year masters student in the Jacobs School, was one of four winners selected for the Tucson … Continue reading → Continue reading

Nelsen and Bae on new Brahms CD

Hornist Jeff Nelsen and violinist Ik-Hwan Bae are featured on Brahms: Horn Trio in E-flat major, Op.40. The CD, which also includes … Continue reading Continue reading