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.
Award is the first given to a music professor, follows 2011 honor for Oberlin history professor Steven Volk.
Full moon in the city features four modern compositions for solo bassoon, with support from three Oberlin student ensembles.
Recital and master class made possible by students of the Black Musicians Guild.
Subjects include Lucretia's modern-day relevance and the often tragic role of women throughout the history of art and literature.
Tragic tale to be accompanied by related programs addressing the work’s historical and modern-day significance.
Past members of Oberlin’s early music ensemble reunite for their mentor’s milestone.
Artist Recital Series program to feature solo violin works by Ysayë, Bach, Bartók, and Kurtág. Student tickets just $10.
Preview concert set for October 8 in Oberlin. New York engagements include October 18, November 12, and January 14.