Iván Jiménez’ composition Ten Intermittent Lights Dancing for two percussionists will be presented on March 24th at “Sight and Sound: The Visual Imagination in Music” GAMMA-UT 7th Annual Conference. (GAMMA-UT is the
Alumna Nancy Guy’s (PhD '96) book Peking Opera and Politics in Taiwan (University of Illinois Press, 2005) has been selected by the editorial staff of Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries as one of their Outsta
Mathew Rosenblum’s Möbius Loop, a concerto for saxophone quartet and orchestra, received a glowing review in the Boston Globe after its January 20th performance by the Raschèr Saxophone Quartet and Boston Modern Orches
Flutist Patti Monson will premiere Eric Moe’s Let Me Tell U About R Specials for flute and electronics on February 1 on New York City's North River Music Series. The program will also include music by Monson, Steve Reich,
On Friday, January 19, acclaimed composer Christopher Theofanidis will discuss his recent works in a colloquium sponsored by the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Violinist and Pitt faculty member Roger Zahab will perform Theo
On January 20th, 2007 the Boston Modern Orchestra Project will perform Mathew Rosenblum's MÖBIUS LOOP with the Rascher Saxophone Quartet at Jordan Hall in Boston. They will shortly thereafter be recording the piece for New W
Daniel Grimminger, a doctoral candidate in historical musicology, will give three papers in spring of 2007.
Mark Peters (PhD, musicology ’04) was awarded the American Bach Society’s 2006 William H. Scheide Prize