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Concerto Competition

Each spring, CWRU undergraduate students compete in recital format for an opportunity to perform as a soloist with Symphony Orchestra or Symphonic Winds the following academic year. Up to 3-5 winners will be selected. This is one of the most anticipated events at CWRU. The Department of Music is...

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Visits & Events

There’s no better way to get to know Case Western Reserve University than to see it for yourself.  Visit campus to discover what makes CWRU a unique and exciting place to live, learn, and explore! Graduate/Professional Students | Get all the information you need to start your graduate school career, including...

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Enacting Curricular Change in Music Education Through Vernacular Music

Early Registration ends Friday, March 1 for the Enacting Curricular Change in Music Education Through Vernacular Music Conference. After March 1, the cost of registration increases from $75 to $95. To receive the group rate for the hotel, reservations must be made by Thursday, February 28. Visit music.case.edu/musiced/vernacular-conference to register and learn more about...

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CIM Opera Theater & CWRU Baroque Ensembles Present Rameau’s Hippolyte et Aricie

Tickets on sale now! | The Cleveland Institute of Music Opera Theater—with guest director Ellen Hargis, conductor Harry Davidson, choreographer Julie Andrijeski (Artistic Coordinator of Historical Performance Ensembles) and the Case Western Reserve University Baroque Orchestra—will present Rameau’s Hippolyte et Aricie February 27–March 2 in Kulas Hall (CIM). These performances are presented...

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Apollo’s Fire Wins Grammy for Album Featuring Senior Instructor Julie Andrijeski

Apollo’s Fire, Cleveland's baroque orchestra, won a Grammy award this week for an album featuring CWRU Department of Music Senior Instructor Julie Andrijeski. Apollo's Fire and tenor Karim Sulayman won Best Classical Solo Vocal Album for their recent album, "Songs of Orpheus." This was the first recording by Apollo’s Fire to receive...

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Joint Music Program Faculty Recital

Sunday, February 24, 2019 | This annual event sponsored by the Music Undergraduate Involvement Committee (M.U.S.I.C.) will take place in Mixon Hall to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Joint Music Program between CWRU and CIM. The program begins at 8:00 p.m., and features several of our JMP faculty members, including: Paul...

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Valentine’s Day Concert

Feb 14, 7:30pm | An exciting opportunity to see the incomparable trombonist Jiggs Whigham perform with the CWRU Jazz Ensembles, under the direction of Mr. Paul Ferguson. Catch a bite before the concert at one of the outstanding restaurants in University Circle, Uptown or nearby Little Italy. The best date night in...

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Brittan Joins Editorial Board of “19th-Century Music”

Francesca Brittan, Associate Professor of Music, has joined the editorial board of 19th-Century Music. Published by the University of California Press, this journal is the leading venue for scholarship focused on music between 1780 and 1930, including "far-reaching investigations at the leading edge of musical and multidisciplinary scholarship.” More information at http://ncm.ucpress.edu/.

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