Donizetti's Viva la Mamma and Poulenc's Les Mamelles de Tirésias come to life November 2-6.
Founded at Oberlin in 1996, Chicago-based sextet is widely acclaimed for its innovative programming.
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.
Growing demand and collaborative opportunities lead to appointment of versatile singer La Tanya Hall.
139th season of Oberlin's historic series to feature the Baroque orchestra Tafelmusik, pianist Richard Goode, The Cleveland Orchestra, and more.
Lifelong musician and philanthropist is also a leading advocate for the instrument.
17-year-old pianist shines in performance of Rachmaninoff at Concerto Finals July 22 in Cleveland, earns $20,000 first prize.
Three remaining pianists will perform with The Cleveland Orchestra July 22 at Severance Hall; winner earns $20,000 first prize.
Performances continue Wednesday in Oberlin, with top 3 advancing to Friday's Concerto Finals in Cleveland.