Stephen E. Hefling, professor emeritus of music at the College of Arts and Sciences, edited a new edition of Gustav Mahler’s Titan, which was recently honored by the German Music Publishers’ Association.
The edition was selected from more than 7,000 entrants for a 2020 “Best Edition” prize.
Read more about the award.
Graduate students Anna O'Connell (HPP DMA) and Paul Abdullah (Musicology PhD) are winners of the Kelvin Smith Library Book Collecting Prize. Click here to read the announcement.
To be considered for the contest, students had to submit a 500-1500 word essay describing the theme of their collection and an annotated...
Sarah Coffman, a third-year Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) student in the Department of Music’s Historical Performance Practice program, said she can’t stay sane without playing Renaissance music. While practicing social distance in her family’s Chicago home, she has no colleagues with whom to perform it. So she came up...
Music Graduate Student Association Conference
Date: October 2-3, 2020
Location: Case Western Reserve University
Proposals Due: June 17, 2020
Contact: Bethany Nickel
The Music Graduate Student Association at Case Western Reserve University is pleased to announce a conference for graduate students (including recent graduates) to be held on October 2-3, 2020. Entitled “Character, Caricature, Characterization,”...
Theater director Peter Sellars inspired many of us when he visited the department in October 2019, especially in his talk on the ethical dimensions of performance. Although now house-bound, he has not ceased to think about the power of art in our rapidly changing world.
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Case Western Reserve University has moved to remote instruction for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester and banned all gatherings of 25 people or more in response to the COVID-19 crisis. As a result, the Department of Music has canceled all public events for the duration of the...
The CWRU Department of Music Colloquia Series begins this week on Friday, January 22, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. in the Harkness Chapel, Classroom.
Click here for a full schedule and more information.
Department of Music Colloquia provide a weekly forum for presentation and discussion of recent research by distinguished visitors and...
Case Western Reserve University Department of Music is thrilled to share its Spring Concert & Events Schedule, set to bring eleven weekly colloquia and over thirty performances spanning multiple genres with varied student recitals and concerts by CWRU choirs, bands, orchestras, and mixed ensembles.
The outstanding schedule begins January 24,...
Robert Ballard was one of the most famous lutenist-composers of the first decades of the seventeenth century, during which the lute was the favored instrument of the Parisian aristocracy and upper bourgeoisie. Richard Kolb loves this literature, and it clearly shows in these loving performances.
Read more about the CD...
Allison Monroe, Lecturer (Department of Music) will be teaching a four-week course at Siegal Lifelong Learning Program at CWRU in January.
A Thousand Twangling Instruments
Senior Scholars Program
Instructor: Allison Monroe, Lecturer (Department of Music)
Location: Landmark Centre Building
Date: Wednesdays, January 8-29, 2020 | 1:30-3:30 p.m.
About the Course
If asked what instruments were...