Four performances on campus lead to Jan. 29 engagement at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland.
Created by John Beder, Composed probes a rarely discussed facet of life for professional musicians.
Lauded for its “rock ’n’ roll energy,” ensemble will perform quartets by Haydn, Beethoven, and Adams.
Biennial event, founded at Oberlin in 2012, leads to career-development opportunities for fellows past and present.
Willow Run, which features saxophonist Noah Getz ’97, also to be performed Nov. 5 at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
His piano sonata, written over several years during breaks from the Atlanta Symphony, celebrates the four classical elements.
Founded at Oberlin in 1996, Chicago-based sextet is widely acclaimed for its innovative programming.
Conceived by harpist Yolanda Kondonassis, One Hundred features Oberlin Orchestra and guest musicians Gil Shaham, Orli Shaham, and Jason Vieaux.
Presented in partnership with Tri-C Performing Arts, free performance features Blanchard’s Grammy-winning piece A Tale of God’s Will.
Oberlin’s Performance & Improvisation challenges students to explore and expand their artistic voice though collaboration and global rhythms.
Oct. 5 inauguration fulfills mission of the conservatory’s Selch Collection of American Music History.
Part of the Artist Recital Series, program will feature trios by Schubert and Shostakovich, plus selections from Glière.