Popular Music/Popular Movement(s)

Event Name: Popular Music/Popular Movement(s) Description: A graduate student music conference Organizers: The Music Graduate Student Association Sponsors: The Center for Popular Music Studies and the CWRU Department  of Music View the detailed schedule Locations/times: Friday 10/5 9:30am-3pm, KSL Dampeer Room 4-5pm Harkness Classroom (the first keynote is a joint event with colloquium) Saturday 10/6 9:30am-5pm, Clark Hall...

Reserve Your Free Seat for Oct. 11 Ableton Live Events on Campus!!

**Reserve your free seat now** Ableton Certified Trainer Richard Graham will be on Campus Thursday October 11 presenting two different sessions on how to use Ableton Live, the industry standard software for digital music production and live performance. The 2:30pm afternoon session for students will address specific interests of those in...

Helton Joins Permanent Faculty as Assistant Professor

Benjamin Helton has joined the permanent faculty of the Department of Music as Assistant Professor in Music Education and Director of the Spartan Marching Band. Learn more about Prof. Helton in "5 questions with… Spartan Marching Band Director Benjamin Helton,” which was recently published in The Daily.

Silver Hall Concert Series Launches this Fall

From Cleveland Scene:  Starting next month, the Milton and Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center at the Temple Tifereth-Israel on the Case Western Reserve University campus will launch the Silver Hall Concert Series, 19 free musical performances. The series will feature professional, semi-professional and community ensembles from Cleveland and the surrounding areas....

Join CWRU Department of Music ensembles

The Case Western Reserve University Department of Music conducts more than 20 ensembles—some limited to students and others open to the greater campus community. Many of these ensembles will hold auditions during the first week of classes (beginning Monday, Aug. 27). Each ensemble’s eligibility requirements and audition information is available on its...

Spring Music Education Conference to be Hosted at CWRU

Announcing a spring 2019 conference entitled "Enacting Curricular Change in Music Education through Vernacular Music," to be hosted at Case Western Reserve University from March 28-30, 2019. For the detailed call for proposals please visit the conference website.  Submissions must be received by September 24, 2018. More details about keynote...