Monthly Archives: August 2013

Jumpstart Digest – News and Commentary in the Music World

FOOD FOR THOUGHT IN THE MUSIC WORLD Recent news, commentary, and ideas. THE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA’S GOLD MINE: PART I THE … Continue reading Continue reading

Jerrod Price (MM, ‘05) appointed Director of Admission and Financial Aid at Interlochen

Alumnus Jerrod Price was recently appointed as the new Director of Admission and Financial Aid at the Interlochen Center for … Continue reading Continue reading

Update on mezzo-soprano Crystal Jarrell (MM, ‘05)

Alumna Crystal Jarrell continues her successful career with constant engagements as a soloist. So far in 2013, she has been … Continue reading Continue reading

Ka-Wai Yu (MM, ‘06) publishes transcription of Robert Schumann’s Cello Concerto in A Minor, op. 129 for cello and string quartet

Alumnus Ka-Wai Yu recently published his transcription of Robert Schumann’s Cello Concerto for cello and string quartet through A-R Editions, Inc. Originally … Continue reading Continue reading

Eric Guinivan appointed Assistant Professor of Composition at James Madison University

Alumnus Eric Guinivan (BM ’06) was recently appointment as Assistant Professor of Composition at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. … Continue reading Continue reading

Violinist Julie Wunderle (BM ‘08, MM ‘10) continues successful career with Utah Symphony

Alumna Julie Wunderle is set to begin the 2013/14 season as a member of the Utah Symphony | Utah Opera … Continue reading Continue reading

Jacobs School of Music mourns the passing of conductor David Griggs-Janower (DM, 86’)

Distinguished conductor David Griggs-Janower passed away on Sunday, August 25 at the age of 60.  An alumnus of the the … Continue reading Continue reading

Update on Composer Brendan Faegre (MM ’10)

Jacobs alumnus Brendan Faegre’s “The Brightness of Light” premiered at The Lake George Music Festival on Wednesday, August 21. This newly … Continue reading Continue reading

IU Jazz department participates in annual Grant Street Jazz Festival in Bloomington

The IU Jazz Department faculty, students, and alumni reach out to the Bloomington community today with participation in the annual … Continue reading Continue reading

Professor Aaron Travers wins in Alexander Zemlinsky Composition Competition

Aaron Travers was recently selected as the second-prize winner of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music’s (CCM) 2013 Alexander Zemlinsky Composition … Continue reading Continue reading