Date posted: February 18th, 2015
Congratulations to music alum Santina Protopapa (CWR ’00)! Santina was recently named the College of Arts and Sciences Young Alumna of the Year. Each year, the College of Arts and Sciences honors alumni who have made exceptional contributions to their fields and to the lives of others.
Read more about the honor in the latest Art/Sci Update. […Read more]
Date posted: February 13th, 2015
MUSIC VIDEO & MULTIMEDIA TECH
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Stop in today for a free Core sticker. […Read more]
Date posted: February 4th, 2015
Calling all CWRU faculty, staff, researchers, residents, administrators and all University Circle community members… who SING: Join Case Concert Choir, Cleveland State University Chorale, and Case/University Circle Symphony Orchestra to perform three outstanding masterworks by Beethoven, Haydn and Mendelssohn in April 2015!
Do you enjoy singing, but find yourself without a choir home? Are you looking for a reason to dust-off or show-off your vocal musicianship? Perhaps you performed with the University Circle Chorale many years ago and you would like to sing with a large chorus again? […Read more]
Date posted: January 26th, 2015
Here’s more great news about students in our Historical Performance Practice program . . .
Graduate students from the CWRU Historical Performance Practice program were accepted to the inaugural Berwick Academy for Historical Performance this summer. The Academy held auditions nationwide, stopping in Cleveland this past November. Oboist, Luke Conklin, violinists, Cynthia Black, Karin Cuellar-Rendon, Alice Culin-Ellison, Allison Monroe, and trumpeters, Dominic Favia (CIM), and Justin Bland (M.A., CWRU 10′) will head to Oregon this June to work with prestigious faculty including conductor Maasaki Suzuki of Bach Collegium Japan, […Read more]
Date posted: January 12th, 2015
2014-2015 Fulbright Scholar, John Romey will present his dissertation in France this spring. Romey will be completing archival research in Paris, France and will be affiliated with the Centre de musique baroque de Versailles. His dissertation is titled “From the Street to the Stage: Popular Song and the Construction of Parisian Spectacle, 1684-1712.”
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