Celebrated singer’s visit to be followed by violinist Jennifer Koh '97 (April 12) and the Cleveland Orchestra with pianist Jeremy Denk '90 (April 24).
Students of James David Christie shine under the spotlight in France, Russia, and the Netherlands.
New creations, written over winter term, spring to life through a string quartet collaboration on campus.
Through performances, videos, and more, Playfest Oberlin 2015 shows that everyone has a special talent.
Distinguished Professor at USC Thornton School of Music will chair Oberlin’s Department of Composition beginning July 1.
Sheppard's March 8 program to feature Shostakovich Preludes and Fugues; March 10 with Hobson will showcase works by Chopin and Rachmaninoff.
Written by the master at age 18, his comic drama is an exhilarating mash-up of forms and styles, featuring beautiful arias—and no shortage of stray hares.
Inspired by tragic events during an 1888 blizzard, the piece will also be performed March 7 at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
February 28 concert will be preceded by a free career-development talk about shaping the world through music.
Double-degree student Ashley Hale '16 finds a home on both sides of campus—and both sides of the conservatory.