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Fall 2014 Music Ensemble Audition Information Guide

Date posted: August 20th, 2014


Case Concert Choir Want to sing with a group of dynamic people? Join Case Concert Choir and share in the excitement of making music together! Rehearsals are Monday and Wednesday evenings from 7-8:30 pm. Case Concert Choir is open to any undergraduate or graduate student at CWRU or CIM. Fall 2014 auditions will [ more]

Rothenberg gives lecture at Cleveland Museum of Art

Date posted: July 31st, 2014


David J. Rothenberg will give an overview of German music from Albrecht Dürer’s era, with emphasis on compositions pertinent to the objects on display in the exhibition Dürer’s Women at the Cleveland Museum of Art this Saturday at 2 p.m.  The presentation will be illustrated by recordings of works by Heinrich Isaac (ca. [ more]

Making Music on Campus!

Date posted: July 30th, 2014

Are you interested in performing in one of the many CWRU music ensembles?  Auditions are open to all CWRU students regardless of major and will begin during the week of orientation!  Check out our Ensemble FAQ page for more information about how to get involved! You can find a full list of department sponsored ensembles [ more]

July Faculty News

Date posted: July 15th, 2014

  Congratulations to Georgia Cowart and Peter Bennett! Professor Georgia Cowart was recently named to a 2-year term on the Board of Directors of the American Musicological Society. Associate Professor Peter Bennett has just been awarded a year long fellowship in France from the LE STUDIUM: Loire Valley Institute of Advanced Studies ( [ more]

Tuning in WCLV

Date posted: June 25th, 2014


Tune in to WCLV Classical 104.9 on the 4th of July to hear Quire Cleveland’s grand celebration of American choral music, “THE LAND OF HARMONY.” You’ll enjoy all 4 verses of the 1814 Star-Spangled Banner, as well as a beautiful rendition of Amazing Grace, plus marvelous music by Stephen Foster, William Billings, and Cleveland’s own Patty Stair. [ more]