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...
Are you interested in performing in one of the many CWRU music ensembles? Auditions are open to all CWRU students regardless of major and will begin during the week of orientation! Check out our Ensemble FAQ page for more information about how to get involved!
You can find a full list of department...
Greg Banaszak, saxophone instructor, will be participating this summer at the Eastern Music Festival. If you are interested in applying please contact Greg who would be more than happy to help.
This summer they will be recording and performing the Alan Hovhaness soprano saxophone concerto Opus #344 with the Eastern Music Festival Symphony Orchestra under Maestro Gerard Schwarz for...
Students from the Historical Performance Practice program recently performed at the Boston Early Music Festival. A review of the performance can be read on clevlandclassical.com.
Susan McClary is featured in the Spring edition of Art/Sci Magazine. Be sure to read the story here.
ChamberFest Cleveland presents its second season of world-class chamber music – (IT’S) ABOUT TIME – Thursday, June 20, through Sunday, June 30. Program and ticket information can be found at http://chamberfestcleveland.com/.
Events taking place in Harkness Chapel, CWRU:
Sunday, June 23rd - Let’s Dance!
2 p.m. Pre-concert talk
3 p.m. Concert
Friday, June 28th – A Tempo
7 p.m. Pre-concert talk with...
Congratulations to the 2013 Ronis Prize Recital Joint Winners!
The Ronis prize and recital are presented after a competition held each spring among undergraduate music students attending CWRU. The 2013 Ronis Recital will take place in late October, and will feature Lok Lei, violin and Nicholas Valentas, percussion.
Sunday, April 28, 2013, 2:00 pm
Harkness Chapel – CWRU
FREE (Kids Welcome)
The Case Percussion Ensemble offers a rare performance of Edgard Varese’s Ionisation (1931) for 13 Percussionists. Considered one of the first works composed exclusively for percussion instruments, Ionisation features a massive array sounds, from sirens and anvils to drums, cymbals,...
David Rothenberg recently discussed the liturgical and musical contents of the Caporali Missal, illustrated with performances of musical excerpts from the Mass for the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi by a chamber choir. This lecture was part of the Caporali Lecture Series, complementing the exhibition The Caporali...