Want to sing with a group of dynamic people? Join Case Concert Choir for an exciting year of music-making, featuring music from Mozart to a newly commissioned work in celebration of our 10-year anniversary! Rehearsals are Mondays and Wednesdays from 7-8:30 pm.
Case Concert Choir is open to any undergraduate...
The Music Department Colloquia series kicks off the spring semester this Friday with a talk by R. Larry Todd from Duke University titled “Mendelssohn, Fanny Hensel and the Cello, with a Newly Reconstructed Work." The full schedule of spring colloquia available at here. All colloquia events are free and...
Two music alums, Esther Erb and Cody Wood are featured in the current issue of Think Magazine. Both are featured in Thirty under 30, a spotlight on outstanding young CWRU alumni. Click here to read about these notable graduates. Congratulations on the great press!
Holiday CircleFest December 8th - 1:00pm to 7:00pm
Experience Cleveland’s cultural treasures free of charge at the 20th Annual Holiday CircleFest on Sunday, December 8, 2013. This event is the perfect way to start the holiday season, and to introduce family and friends to University Circle, Cleveland’s neighborhood without borders.
It's been said that music has a way to soothe the soul. For many people in the LGBT community, music has done that.
New findings about this music tradition’s history is the topic of a conference on queer popular music, hosted by Case Western Reserve University's Center for Popular Music Studies.
The one-day event,...
You don’t think of composers getting fired, but it happened to George Frideric Handel, the composer of such great works as the Messiah, Water Music, and Music for Royal Fireworks, when the Elector of Hanover ousted him in 1713. How and why it happened is the subject of the talk, “Politics in Early...
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...