Multitalented pianists Chelsea and Chloe DeSouza accompany each other just about everywhere.
First-year composer Hao Zou craved American arts culture—and Oberlin weather.
Raphael Jiménez relishes his opportunity to reunite with pianist Monique Duphil; Feb. 27 concert also includes Stephen Hartke's Symphony No. 4.
Celebration of the conservatory’s 150th anniversary to feature 70 student pianists as well as faculty past and present.
Oberlin celebrates 150 years with a world premiere for English horn professor Robert Walters at Severance Hall.
Recital and master class made possible by students of the Black Musicians Guild.
Past members of Oberlin’s early music ensemble reunite for their mentor’s milestone.
Inspired by his Oberlin mentors, historical keyboard player Jake Street ’12 digs into the past for clues to improve his playing.
Through a variety of multimedia projects, experimental composer Ashley Fure ’04 works beyond the bounds of sound.
Clarinetist Boris Allakhverdyan '06 rises quickly to a principal role with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.
New creations, written over winter term, spring to life through a string quartet collaboration on campus.
Double-degree student Ashley Hale '16 finds a home on both sides of campus—and both sides of the conservatory.