Monthly Archives: January 2011

Andy Hollinden performs at Indianapolis Vogue Nightclub

Jacobs Senior Lecturer, Andy Hollinden joins band Atom Heart Mother, Feb. 4, in a performance of Pink Floyd’s ’Dark Side of the Moon’ … Continue reading Continue reading

Graduate Theory Association Symposium Feb. 18 & 19

The focus of this year’s Graduate Theory Association Symposium is music analysis. Respected theorists already established in the field and … Continue reading Continue reading

Meghan Dewald wins Met District Auditions in Florida

Meghan Dewald, a student of Costanza Cuccaro, was a winner in the Metropolitan Opera District Auditions in Florida on Jan. … Continue reading → Continue reading

Angela Mannino a winner in Sullivan Foundation Awards

Angela Mannino was recently a winner of the Sullivan Foundation Awards in New York City. She won $11,000, and her picture … Continue reading → Continue reading

Teresa Herold to sing with Met in February 2011

Teresa Herold will be singing the Second Secretary in Nixon in China with the Metropolitan Opera this February. Herold is a … Continue reading → Continue reading

Alumna Jamie Barton receives praise for performance in NYT

Alumna Jamie Barton received a rave review in the NY Times today for her performance of five Sibelius songs in … Continue reading → Continue reading

JSOM shines at Florida national conference

The Jacobs School of Music was well represented at the national conference of the Society for Electroacousic Music in the … Continue reading Continue reading

Connie Cook Glen presents talk on most popular opera composer this century

On February 9th, Connie Cook Glen will give a talk for Bloomington Continuing Studies on the most popular opera composer … Continue reading Continue reading

EMI Students chosen for Boston Young Performers Festival

The Early Music Institute is pleased to announce that the following students have been chosen to participate in the upcoming … Continue reading Continue reading

Alyssa Cox wins fourth place and Honorable Mention in International Voice Competition Trujillo, Peru

Soprano Alyssa Cox, a graduate student in voice, won fourth place and first Honorable Mention in the International Competition of Song in … Continue reading → Continue reading