Oberlin Conservatory’s annual competition awards four featured soloist spots to outstanding students in their final year.
Festivities include concerts on campus and student, faculty, and alumni performances in New York, Chicago, and Cleveland.
CD includes songs by Welsh composer Andy Vores, as well as Britten, Barber, and Ivor Gurney.
Sheppard's March 8 program to feature Shostakovich Preludes and Fugues; March 10 with Hobson will showcase works by Chopin and Rachmaninoff.
Series boasts 10 performances featuring Wasmuth Quartet, Prima Trio, Oberlin Trio, pianist Misha Namirovsky, Cleveland Orchestra members, and others.
Judged by a guest jury in October, four students emerge victorious and earn a date with Oberlin's orchestras.
Morton Subotnick, a pioneering developer of electronic music, will present a free lecture in the Kohl Building's Clonick Hall from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Friday, November 15. Sponsored by Oberlin's TIMARA program, Subotnick's northeast Ohio visit is made possible by a collaboration with the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Cleveland.
The November 14 recital is sponsored by the Ring Family Music Series, dedicated to the culture of the Jewish Diaspora.
Oberlin alumni are featured prominently in the newly announced Musical America Awards, an annual celebration of artistic excellence and achievement in the arts since 1960.
Groundbreaking curriculum reinforces Oberlin's tradition of developing innovative ensembles.
Philanthropist Stephen Rubin has committed $150,000 to establish the Marilyn Horne Professorship and Residency Fund.
Faculty violist Michael Strauss is joined by guest artists Roger Roe and R. Kent Cook on February 7 in a concert entitled "Poetic Music for Oboe, Viola, and Piano." Featuring reader Professor of English T.S. McMillin, the concert is free and open to the public.