Author Archives: Jacobs School of Music

Alumna Ailyn Pérez honored at 14th Annual “OPERA NEWS” Awards

by Henry Stewart OPERA NEWS April 2019 AILYN PÉREZ’S creamy soprano elevates all the roles she sings. When she returned to … Continue reading Continue reading

IU Jacobs School of Music NOTUS ensemble invited to New Zealand for ‘Olympics’ of choral music

NOTUS, the Indiana University Contemporary Vocal Ensemble, from the Jacobs School of Music, has been selected to perform at the … Continue reading Continue reading

IU Opera Theater’s ‘Elixir’ an effective tonic

by Peter Jacobi Feb. 25, 2019 Bradley Bickhardt as Nemorino and Alyssa Dessoye as Adina rehearse a scene from Indiana … Continue reading Continue reading

Jacobs School’s ‘Giulio Cesare’ an achievement

by Peter Jacobi Feb. 4, 2019 The current Indiana University Jacobs School of Music Opera Theater production of George Frideric … Continue reading Continue reading

Come in from the cold and simmer in the Egyptian heat with ‘Giulio Cesare’

By Peter Jacobi H-T columnist Jan. 27, 2019 Says Gary Thor Wedow of the Indiana University Opera Theater’s new production … Continue reading Continue reading

Norman Krieger garners “majestic” Carnegie Hall recital review

Key Pianists presents Norman Krieger in Review Norman Krieger, piano; Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, New York, NY Wednesday, … Continue reading Continue reading

Dominic Muzzi scores in piano competitions

Dominic Muzzi, a doctoral student of Roberto Plano, has scored big in numerous recent competitions. This month, he won the gold … Continue reading Continue reading

Katherine Bodor and Jeff Sabol named winners of 2019 NOTUS contest

Katherine Bodor and Jeff Sabol have been named the first- and second-prize winners, respectively, of this year’s NOTUS Student Composition … Continue reading Continue reading

Review: Remarkable young talent a highlight of Saturday’s opera performance

The performance requirements are steep for Gaetano Donizetti’s “Lucia di Lammermoor,” currently in local revival, courtesy of Indiana University Opera … Continue reading Continue reading

Review: Pacifica transcends changing of the guard with ease

It seems as if it was painless, even without problems. That cannot have been totally so. When there are changes … Continue reading Continue reading