(Mary Goetze is professor emerita of music in general studies.) By Kat Carlton Twenty-six-year-old Bloomington native Zepha Ferguson says she’s …
Connie Cook Glen, director of music in general studies, recently wowed Mini University attendees with an engaging look at the …
Constance Cook Glen, coordinator of the Jacobs Music in General Studies program, has been elected as a board member of the College Music …
Praised as a superstar, a champion of classical music, a beloved humanist, conductor, performer and artist, Itzhak Perlman holds an …
By Brandon Cook The Jacobs School of Music’s New Music Ensemble, under the direction of David Dzubay, performed three …
Trio Indiana concert focuses on David Baker’s classical side By Peter Jacobi The eminent David N. Baker was present …
Four new productions will be featured in the eclectic 2016-17 Indiana University Opera and Ballet Theater season at Bloomington's Musical Arts Center.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music has received a $6.5 million planned gift from Mary H. Wennerstrom, Jacobs associate dean emerita for instruction, and Leonard M. Phillips, her late husband, for piano scholarships and the endowment of the directorship within the William and Gayle Cook Music Library, part of the IU Libraries.
The countdown to musics biggest night has begun, with the Grammy Award telecast beginning at 8 p.m. EST tonight on CBS.
The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music community mourns the death of faculty composer David Ward-Steinman, who had been an adjunct professor in both composition and music in general studies since 2004. He was also an active pianist, performer and improviser.
Indiana University has received a $500,000 gift from Cynthia L. Stewart Simon and William E. Simon Jr. in honor of the couples 25th wedding anniversary.
The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music will host a musical celebration of the life and legacy of Stephen (Steve) Zegree, Pam and Jack Burks Professor of Music and director of the IU Singing Hoosiers, at 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 19, in Bloomingtons Musical Arts Center.
The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music is pleased to announce the appointment of Dana Navarro as director of marketing and publicity, effective Nov. 10.
As part of Indiana University's fourth annual Summer Festival of the Arts, the Jacobs School of Music will present Summer Music, a series of more than 40 free and ticketed events from June 7 through July 25. The series will include an array of world-class concerts featuring orchestra, jazz, chamber music, piano, choral, band, percussion, opera and other special events.
The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music is pleased to announce the appointment of Alain Barker as director of entrepreneurship and career development, and lecturer, effective July 1, 2014.
Indiana University Bloomington Provost Karen Hanson and Vice Provost for Faculty and Academic Affairs Tom Gieryn have announced that five Indiana University Bloomington professors will receive prestigious university awards.
The Indiana University Commission on Multicultural Understanding (COMU) will honor five individuals and one program April 7 (Thursday) at the Helene G. Simon Hillel Center in Bloomington. This event is open to the public, with a reception beginning at 4:30 p.m. followed by the award presentations at 5 p.m.
The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music announced today (Oct. 28) that Todd Rundgren's Halloween recital, "Cluster: the Birth of the T-Chord," will be video-streamed live Oct. 31 at 8 p.m. from Auer Hall. The stream may be accessed through IU Music Live! at http://music.indiana.edu/iumusiclive/streaming.
The rumors are true. Todd Rundgren, the rocker-producer known for his songs "Hello, It's Me," "Bang the Drum" and "I Saw the Light," has been selected as the Class of 1963 Wells Scholars Professor at Indiana University Bloomington for this fall. Rundgren, the ninth Wells Professor in the Wells Scholars Program, will teach the middle two weeks of a four-week, one-credit hour honors seminar designed for a maximum of 22 Wells Scholars and Hutton Honors students.
Woodstock. Monterey Pop. The Beatles on Ed Sullivan. Live Aid? Indiana University rock 'n' roll historian Glenn Gass looks back at the historic Live Aid charity concert 20 years later and weighs its place among rock's biggest moments.
Rock 'n' roll historian Glenn Gass rings in the season with his thoughts on holiday music.
Indiana University Bloomington rock and roll historian Glenn Gass is available to discuss the 40th anniversary of the Beatles' invasion of America.