Monthly Archives: April 2014

Melody Eotvos and Max Grafe (BM 2012) have been accepted into the JUNE 2014 Readings and Performances NY Philharmonic and American Composers Orchestra

The New York Philharmonic and American Composers Orchestra, in collaboration with ACO’s EarShot: the National Orchestra Composition Discovery Network, have … Continue reading Continue reading

Record Release!

Gabriel Lubell’s new album of recent chamber works will be released in Bloomington on Saturday, May 3, and beyond shortly … Continue reading Continue reading

Performances of Sang Mi Ahn’s works in San Francisco, Seoul, and Berlin

Sang Mi Ahn’s Narval was recently presented at the Sweet Thunder Festival of Electro-Acoustic Music at the Fort Mason Center … Continue reading Continue reading

Jess Turner Residency and Premiere

Jess Turner is to be the composer-in-residence at the University of Wisconsin – LaCrosse from Ap. 30 to May 2. … Continue reading Continue reading

Taylor’s Digital Goldfish European Premiere

Benjamin Taylor’s saxophone quartet “Digital Goldfish” will be performed at the Scandinavian Saxophone Festival on Thursday, April 17, 2014 at … Continue reading Continue reading

Cincinnati Boychoir Commissions Major Anniversary Work from DiOrio

As a part of the celebration of their fiftieth-anniversary season, the Cincinnati Boychoir has commissioned a twenty-minute choral-orchestral work that … Continue reading Continue reading

LA Times Review: Menahem Pressler a wonder with the Colburn Orchestra

By Mark Swed, Los Angeles Times Music Critic   The Colburn Orchestra’s annual spring gala in Walt Disney Concert Hall … Continue reading Continue reading

Celebration honors Indiana jazz legends

By Brandon Cook   Blue lights illuminated a giant, superimposed image of three “Indiana Jazz Legends” Saturday night in the … Continue reading Continue reading

Opera twin bill premieres at Whikehart Auditorium

By Peter Jacobi   Jeremy Johnson is a busy fellow. A baritone working on his master’s degree in Indiana University’s … Continue reading Continue reading

Music Review: Spring Festival of Bands

Three bands spring festival of ‘Mostly Bernstein’ was total success By Peter Jacobi   The title given to this annual … Continue reading Continue reading