Ethnomusicologist Fredara Hadley shares her love of black music, women in jazz, and students finding their voice.
Presented in partnership with Tri-C Performing Arts, free performance features Blanchard’s Grammy-winning piece A Tale of God’s Will.
Performance marks the final Dance Diaspora fall show for founder/director Adenike Sharpley.
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.
Celebration to include film, tour, music, and more; festivities part of biennial Hinton Institute for developing musicians.
A double-degree student and member of the Echoes jazz quartet, Bessesen will study Carnatic music in India.
Appointment marks the latest advancement in the conservatory's outstanding jazz program.
Named in honor of the legendary jazz bassist, Oberlin's biennial summer program welcomes young bassists of all ability levels.
Exalted in his hometown of Detroit, he launched careers as an Oberlin faculty member from 2001-10.
Double-degree student Ashley Hale '16 finds a home on both sides of campus—and both sides of the conservatory.
Exhibitions, a documentary film, lectures, and performances in honor of the legendary jazzman take place throughout fall.