An integral member of the department since 1978, John Talbert will retire after spring semester.
Electroacoustic Music at Oberlin LP features works by faculty and students past and present.
Students in Technology in Music and Related Arts spend winter term sharing their works and exchanging ideas at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland.
Young alums collaborate on award-winning mockumentary set in the Brooklyn indie electronic music scene.
Prestigious honor will support two years of graduate study in the United Kingdom following completion of a double degree.
Through performances, videos, and more, Playfest Oberlin 2015 shows that everyone has a special talent.
TIMARA and cinema studies student found that Oberlin's double-degree program united his interests like nothing else.
Recording incorporates environmental sounds of Norway, features Oberlin's Contemporary Music Ensemble and others.
The double-degree student blends studies in composition and computer science to make music that pleases the machine.
The COMETS media mentoring program is helping the Oberlin students and faculty build technological literacy and put it to a range of uses.
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.
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