Monthly Archives: September 2012

Crouse presents lecture at Fall Voice Conference

Voice student Courtney Crouse will be presenting a lecture Oct. 4 in New York City at the Fall Voice Conference … Continue reading → Continue reading

Survey Results

The Cook Music Library would like to thank the members of the Jacobs School of Music community who took the … Continue reading Continue reading

Recent Staffing Changes

By now you’ve probably already learned that there have been a few changes in staffing at the Cook Music Library. … Continue reading Continue reading

New Acquisitions

The following is a selective list of new acquisitions. New Facsimiles: Chansonnier de Jean de Montchenu: Chansonnier cordiforme:  (Vault) Frontlog … Continue reading Continue reading

Welcome to our Blog!

For many years, the Cook Music Library distributed a newsletter to the faculty, staff, and students of the Jacobs School … Continue reading Continue reading

Doctoral student Nemanja Ostoich receives glowing review of new CD

Guitar Foundation of America loves doctoral student Namenja Ostoich’s new CD “FIRST BORN” “… from the first note of this … Continue reading Continue reading

Student Michael Gebhart wins Albert Schweitzer Organ Competition

Congratulations to, Michael Gebhart, a sophomore organ performance major, who recently won first place (an award of $3,500) in the Albert … Continue reading Continue reading

Tamara Dworetz (B.M. ’12) accepts position with Alpharetta High School as Assitant Band Director

Dworetz will serve the band program by assisting with all thre concert ensembles and the Marching Raiders.
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Alumnus Stephen Swedish (B.M. ’67, M.M. ’68, D.M. 79)

Black Hills State University will welcome Stephen Swedish to campus Saturday, September 29th at 7:30 pm. The recital will take … Continue reading Continue reading

Alumnus Derek Reeves (B.M. ’94) biography featured in Frost newspaper

Concertmaster Derek Reeves discusses his life, musical journey, and accomplishments in this short biography. Read more here. Continue reading