On October 30, Kulas Professor Ross W. Duffin of the Music Department gave a talk entitled "A Briefe Discourse about Thomas Ravenscroft" at the Research Colloquium at the Cambridge University Faculty of Music. Duffin's edition of Ravenscroft's two music treatises is in press.
Duffin also gave talks on historical tuning...
“What a Drag it is getting old: The Challenges and Triumphs of the Latter-Day Rolling Stones”
Keynote Lecture by Alan Light
Thursday, Oct. 27
7 p.m. Ford Auditorium, CWRU Campus (11000 Euclid Ave.)
Alan Light’s keynote lecture at Case Western Reserve University’s Ford Auditorium (11000 Euclid Ave.) will examine the latter-day Rolling Stones, and...
photo by Ross Duffin
Early Music America recently posted a number of selections performed by the CWRU Collegium Musicum during the 2013 Boston Early Music Festival.
The YouTube selections include:
Ma belle dame souveraine
Du pist mein hort
Collegium Musicum will perform a free (live) concert on Nov. 17 at 7:30 p.m. in Harkness...
Music student, Anton Spencer was featured on the front page of the CWRU newsletter the Daily. Click here to read the interview with Anton in the Friday “Five questions with…” section. Congratulations Anton!
Join the prize-winning, internationally acclaimed ensemble:
Saturday, October 5th at 7:30 p.m.
Mary Kay Robinson
Mozart: Flute Quartet in C Major
Corigliano: Three Irish Folksong Settings
Jennifer Conner: Darkness & Light (premiere)
Beethoven: Serenade in D for flute, violin & viola
$20 General Admission
Free for all with a CWRU I.D.
For more information call: 216.236.3682 or www.panoramicos.org
Presented with support...
Case Western Reserve University musicologist Stephen Hefling was recently featured in the New York Times article “Chaste Ascetic? A Letter Details Mahler’s Love Life” that reported some surprising personal findings on Gustav Mahler. This Friday at 4 p.m. Hefling will present a lecture on this recently uncovered side of Mahler as...
zLisa Huisman Koops, associate professor of music education was recently interviewed by The Salt Lake Tribune for a feature on calming babies through music. The article can be read here.
photo by Ross Duffin
Students in the Historical Performance Program were recently reviewed by Jacob Street with Early Music America for their participation in the Boston Early Music Festival. The glowing review can be read here. Congratulations to Debra Nagy, Collegium Musicum and all participants for continuing to make CWRU shine at...
Several students and alumni recently connected at the Chant and Culture conference in Vancouver. From left are Barbara Swanson (CWRU PhD 2013), Alanna Ropchock (CWRU PhD candidate), Janet Youngdahl (CWRU DMA 2003), Armin Karim (CWRU PhD candidate) and William P. Mahrt, the honoree of the conference and the keynote...