Monthly Archives: August 2012

Sven-David Sandstrom returns to Bloomington

After nine years as a professor of composition at the Jacobs School of Music, Sven-David Sandström “retired” in 2008. He … Continue reading Continue reading

Emma Gerstein wins principal flute in Lexington

Emma Gerstein, MM’11, flute, won the principal flute position with the Lexington Philharmonic in Kentucky. She studied with Thomas Robertello.
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Sarah Stone joins voice faculty at Central Michigan University

Mezzo-soprano Sarah Stone, a doctoral student in the studio of Patricia Stiles, has been appointed interim assistant professor of voice at … Continue reading → Continue reading

Music Education graduate students receive professional appointments

Recently, a number of Music Education master’s and doctoral students have received professional appointments in universities and academies around the … Continue reading Continue reading

Alumna Jeanne Curtis (M.M. ’81) joins Kentucky Association of Manufacturers

After earning a Masters in Music from JSoM, Jeanne Curits went on  to serve as a voice faculty member in … Continue reading → Continue reading

Donald McMahel (B.M. ’52, M.M ’57) Awarded 2012 Chancellor’s Medallion

The Chancellor’s Medallion is the highest honor presented by the Chancellor of Indiana University Southeast. As a longtime music educator, Donal McMahel will … Continue reading Continue reading

Kevin Murphy and Timothy Stebbins take on new titles, roles at IU Opera Theater

The Jacobs School of Music is pleased to announce that Professor Kevin Murphy will assume the role of director of coaching and music administration at IU Opera … Continue reading Continue reading

Professor Halina Goldberg opens multi-media exhibit in Poland

Halina Goldberg, professor of musicology, was in Poland this summer putting together an exhibit called “In Mrs. Goldberg’s Kitchen,” a … Continue reading Continue reading

CONFERENCE: Scholarly Editions and the Digital Age:Text and Music

SCHOLARLY EDITIONS AND THE DIGITAL AGE: TEXT AND MUSIC An interdisciplinary workshop jointly organized by the Center for the History … Continue reading Continue reading

Remembering violinist Ruggiero Ricci, who taught at the Jacobs School in the 1970s

The IU Jacobs School mourns the passing of violinist Ruggiero Ricci, regarded as one of the greatest violin virtuosos of his … Continue reading Continue reading