Horn Area News/Events

Upcoming Events

October 3 - October 11

Jeff Nelsen became a full-time member of the St. Louis Brass Quintet earlier this year. He and IU JSoM Tuba professor Dan Perantoni go on tour October 3-11.  You can see more details on their website.

Recent News

Monday, August 24, 2015

IU Horn Large Ensemble Placement Auditions: Recital Hall, 9am-5:30pm

April 2015

The students of Prof. Seraphinoff performed and recorded pieces from Gliere's Eleven Pieces, Op. 35. Two of the pieces performed were originally for horn, two were transcribed previously from clarinet pieces, and four were new transcriptions done by Prof. Seraphinoff from pieces for oboe and bassoon. 

Click here to listen to the recordings and learn more about the project!

April 15, 2015

Seraphinoff Natural Horn Class Recital: 3:45pm in MAC Green Room

April 7, 2015

IU Wind Ensemble Concert, Jeff Nelsen performs The Glass Bead Game

April 3, 2015

Studio Nelsen Recital

April 2, 2015

Studio Clevenger Recital

April 1, 2015

Recital/Chat with Jeff Nelsen and tubist Sergio Carolino

March 30, 2015

Kristy Morrell Masterclass- 7:00pm in MA006

March 26-27, 2015

IU Wind Ensemble in Nashville, TN, Jeff Nelsen performs The Glass Bead Game

February 22, 2015

Jeff Nelsen performs the Beethoven Sonata for Horn and Piano and the Dohnányi Sextet, Op. 37!

February 3-8, 2015

Bill VerMeulen @ IU

Mr. VerMeulen with the IU Horn Department!

January 20-22, 2015

Cleveland Orchestra Residency

Please click here to view the full Residency schedule

November 5-6, 2014


November 4, 2014

Professor Seraphinoff was interviewed by WFIU about his career recently. Click the link below to see the story!

October 29, 2014 

Patrick Smith Masterclass at IU

August 27, 2014

MikeThe Hoosier Horn Department is excited to announce that Mike Walker was just appointed to a Visiting Lecturer II at the University of New Mexico. Mr. Walker will be teaching the horn Studio, brass pedagogy and performing with the faculty woodwind and brass quintets. Mr. Walker studied with under Jeff Nelsen while pursing his DM degree in horn. Mr. Walker commented that, “ I feel extremely well prepared to step into this environment with amazing new colleagues and students. Indiana University was a great training ground for my new position and I cannot wait to share some Hoosier traditions among my Lobos students."