Monthly Archives: November 2010

Shin-Yeong Noh a first prize winner

Shin-Yeong Noh is one of two first prize winners in the Fourth Annual “Just Love to Sing” Opera Competition in New Hampshire. In the … Continue reading → Continue reading

Robert Hatten gives an international keynote address, and more

Professor Robert Hatten gave one of the keynote addresses, “A Discourse on Musical Values,” at the 11th International Congress on Musical … Continue reading Continue reading

Blair Johnston delivers paper at Society for Music Theory

Assistant Professor Blair Johnston delivered a paper, “Rachmaninoff’s ‘Fantastic’ Phrygian Symphony,” at the November 2010 annual meeting of the Society … Continue reading Continue reading

Distinguished Professor David Baker featured in IU Alumni Magazine

Distinguished Professor David N. Baker is featured in the GREAT cover story by Bloomington journalist Mike Leonard in the most … Continue reading Continue reading

Two Cuccaro students excel in Met Michigan district auditions

Alumnus Sian Davis was a recent winner of the Michigan District Metropolitan Opera Auditions and will go on to compete … Continue reading → Continue reading

Two Jacobs School of Music alumni to open the season at the “Teatro de Bellas Artes” in Mexico City.

Two Jacobs School of Music alumni to open the season at the “Teatro de Bellas Artes” in Mexico City. Emilio … Continue reading → Continue reading

Ovation Press and Jorja Fleezanis publish editions of Beethoven, Brahms, and Mendelssohn

Jorja Fleezanis, former concertmaster of the Minnesota Orchestra and currently Professor of Violin and Orchestral Studies at the Indiana University … Continue reading Continue reading

Todd Rundgren’s performance in Auer Hall

Rocker-Producer Todd Rundgren, now Wells Scholars Professor at IU, gave a lecture-performance in Auer Hall, October 31. Click for Photos … Continue reading Continue reading

Joshua Bell updates

Joshua Featured on the Soundtrack “For Colored Girls” Opening in November Recently Joshua went into the studio to record music … Continue reading Continue reading

Brian Horne students excel at NATS competition at Anderson University

Brian Horne attended the state NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) competition held at Anderson University on October 30.  … Continue reading → Continue reading