The Music Department had the pleasure of hosting two very special girls as part of the Provost Scholars program. Amber and Alexis go to school in East Cleveland, and joined the program earlier this year. Sarah Bailey of the CWRU music department was contacted to help bring their idea...
Graduating music majors Frank Blackman, Nicholas Capaldo, Lok Lei and Nicholas Prewett have been elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Capaldo and Lei were elected in 2013 as juniors.
Senior Stephanie Klock, a dual-degree student at CWRU and CIM has been elected as well, along with music minor Matthew Vaughan.
Congratulations to all!
John Romey, a PhD candidate in historical musicology with an emphasis in historical performance, will spend the 2014-15 academic year in France as a Fulbright Research Scholar.
The fellowship provides Romey, originally from Baltimore, access to the vast archives at the Bibliothèque National de France and the Comédie Française, as...
Matthew Garrett, assistant professor of music education and director of choirs at CWRU, celebrated the release of three publications this year focused on developing critical thinking skills in school music classrooms. In October 2013, Garrett’s article, “An Examination of Critical Thinking Skills in High School Choral Rehearsals” was published...
The award-winning CWRU Baroque Music and Dance ensembles (Julie Andrijeski, Director) head to Berkeley, California this June to participate in Early Music America’s prestigious Young Performers Festival at the Berkeley Early Music Festival and Exhibition. As one of six college ensembles selected by audition, the CWRU Ensembles will perform...
When first given the opportunity to teach at the university level eight years ago, Lisa Nielson stopped to consider what kind of instructor she wanted to be.
She’d sat through countless hours of lectures on the path to a PhD. Her parents are university professors, so she had plenty of...
Early Music America has just announced its award winners for 2014, with the ceremony to take place at the Berkeley Festival in June. Among the winners are the husband and wife team of CWRU graduates, Adam and Rotem Gilbert, who are jointly being given the Thomas Binkley Award, recognizing outstanding achievement...
Case Western Reserve University’s Department of Music will give a nod to rock and jazz drummers during the Center for Popular Music Studies’ conference, “Drumming,” on Saturday, April 26, from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., in Harkness Chapel.
The conference, free and open to the public, presents many acclaimed musicians...
Join the Case/CIM Baroque Orchestra and the Case Early Music Singers for a concert featuring some of J.S. Bach's best-loved choral and instrumental works!
April 6th, 2014
Harkness Chapel (11200 Bellflower Road)
The program will include:
Excerpts from Cantatas BWV 76, 147, and 199
Brandenburgs 3 and 5
Concerto for Oboe and Violin
Featured soloists include...
NEOSonicFest: a music festival bringing the artistic talent of Northeast Ohio together to highlight new music.
March 28 – April 6, 2014 – featuring over 6 new music events!
CLEVELAND, OH (March 12, 2014) - Cleveland Chamber Symphony is proud to announce the inaugural NEOSonicFest running March 28 - April 6, 2014....