Oberlin Conservatory’s annual competition awards four featured soloist spots to outstanding students in their final year.
Conceived by harpist Yolanda Kondonassis, One Hundred features Oberlin Orchestra and guest musicians Gil Shaham, Orli Shaham, and Jason Vieaux.
Part of the Artist Recital Series, program will feature trios by Schubert and Shostakovich, plus selections from Glière.
Wordless Verses marks the first recording for longtime collaborators Strauss, oboist Roger Roe, and pianist R. Kent Cook.
Season-ending program features works by Haydn and Mozart with a pair of guest soloists. Artist Recital Series’ 2016-17 season to be revealed prior to performance.
Named in honor of the legendary jazz bassist, Oberlin's biennial summer program welcomes young bassists of all ability levels.
Concert of Beethoven's "Razumovsky" quartets serves as a homecoming for alumni Daniel Ching '95 and Joshua Gindele '97.
Longtime cellist and educator joins conservatory faculty as teacher and ensemble coordinator.
Award-winning member of the Cavani String Quartet previously served as visiting teacher.
Featuring compositions by Dvořák, Shostakovich, and Tower, recording is the first of 2016 for the Oberlin Music label.
Artist Recital Series program to feature solo violin works by Ysayë, Bach, Bartók, and Kurtág. Student tickets just $10.
Belle Ting, Gallia Kastner outlast field of 21 violinists, each earn $10,000 grand prize; Joshua Brown takes second.