Category: School

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

Going for baroque: A chat with Eiddwen Harrhy

The name’s Eiddwen (IDE-when in “American”). Eiddwen Harrhy. (Ms. Harrhy if you’re nasty.) A renowned soprano and baroque opera specialist, … Continue reading Continue reading

Jake Gunnar Walsh and Katherine Bodor winners of 2018 NOTUS contest

Jake Gunnar Walsh and Katherine Bodor have been named the first- and second-prize winners, respectively, of the 2018 NOTUS Student … Continue reading Continue reading

Busking for opera

Alice Barbe and Jonathan Rickert love opera, and they want other people to have the chance to also. They love … Continue reading Continue reading

IU Opera brings a steampunk aesthetic to ‘L’Etoile’ production

By Jenny Porter Tilley Oct 8, 2017 If illogical world leaders wore their true colors on the outside, they might be … Continue reading Continue reading

A “Wild Emotional Ride” this Wednesday!

Go on a “wild emotional ride” this Wednesday, September 6, at 8 p.m. as the IU Philharmonic Orchestra, led by … Continue reading Continue reading

Professor Mauricio Fuks adds Reina Sofía School appointment

Mauricio Fuks, professor of violin at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, has been appointed visiting professor at the … Continue reading Continue reading

Grigory Kalinovsky featured on two-CD set of Mieczysław Weinberg’s complete sonatas for violin and piano

Grigory Kalinovsky, professor of violin at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, recently teamed with pianist Tatiana Goncharova to … Continue reading Continue reading

Review: Ambiance just right for IU’s production of ‘The Music Man’

By Peter Jacobi | H-T Reviewer | pjacobi@heraldt.com Apr 9, 2017 Meredith Willson must have loved Mason City, Iowa. He … Continue reading Continue reading

REVIEW: HPI Mozart/Haydn program offers “stunning” performance

Tuesday, April 11, 2017 Bloomington Herald Times Music Review By Peter Jacobi H-T Reviewer | pjacobi@heraldt.com A mini-sized festival honoring … Continue reading Continue reading