The Oberlin Athletic Department's "Storytellers" feature profiles double-degree student Leo Harrington '16—and what happens when he must choose between the track and the trumpet.
ConNotations, a new blog featuring the writing of students in the conservatory’s Introduction to Music Criticism class, has made its debut after an intensive semester of writing.
Pianist Leon Fleisher, whose remarkable career was altered by a debilitating hand injury that he overcame some four decades later, will visit the Oberlin campus to lead a pair of master classes with conservatory students.
Beginning January 31, this intensive weekend program explores issues involving vocal health, musical style, and teaching, including contemporary commercial music; reservations available now.
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.
A children's story not fit for children, Engelbert Humperdinck’s eerie, evocative fairy tale comes to life as never before for four days in November.
Professor Peggy Bennett’s SongWorks program uses classroom observation to enhance the learning experience.
Groundbreaking curriculum reinforces Oberlin's tradition of developing innovative ensembles.