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Howard Potter and Chip Ross

Faculty Artist Series: Howard Potter and Charles Ross, Percussion, January 26

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ESM Blog: Broadway All-Star Edition

January 16, 2015

Congratulations to composer-lyricist Jason Robert Brown (x ’91), whose musical Honeymoon in Vegas opened last night on Broadway and is receiving very good reviews, including one in the New York Times. Jason has won two Tony Awards for his scores for Parade and The Bridges of Madison County, and may have a third on the […]

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The Grand Opening Dedication Concert featured the Eastman Wind Ensemble under conductor Mark Davis Scatterday.

Eastman Wind Ensemble 8 PM January 28 Kodak Hall

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Eastman Alumnus Receives Canada’s Highest Civilian Honor

January 15, 2015

Charles “Chuck” Daellenbach (BM ’66, MM ’68, PhD ’71) is shown at a 2007 recording session with the Canadian Brass and Eastman Wind Ensemble (top), and receiving an honorary doctorate from the University of Rochester in the 2005 Commencement (bottom). Canadian Brass co-founder and tuba master Dr. Charles “Chuck” Daellenbach was recently appointed to the […]

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Renée Jolles

Faculty Artist Series: Renée Jolles, Violin, 3 PM January 18, Kilbourn Hall

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Concert of Works by Brahms, Chopin, and Dvořák benefits Rochester’s Foodlink

January 14, 2015

“If Music Be the Food…”, the concert series benefiting Rochester’s  Foodlink, will continue its sixth season of music programs on Sunday, Jan. 25,  at  7:30 p.m. in Third Presbyterian Church, 4 Meigs St.   The concert will both open and conclude with vocal music by Johannes Brahms, performed by Kathryn Cowdrick and Robert Swenson, both Professors […]

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Eastman Summer Academy for High School Organists

January 13, 2015

Caroline Robinson, a South Carolina native, is a first-year master’s degree student at Eastman. After receiving her undergraduate degree from Curtis Institute of Music, she traveled to Toulouse, France, where she studied organ performance on a Fulbright scholarship. We discussed her decision to study in Rochester, the exciting developments of organ music in the city, and […]

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Eastman News Highlights January 12, 2015

January 12, 2015

Here are some select recent clippings showing the variety of hits/mentions identifying musicians and scholars as Eastman School of Music alumni, faculty or students. (Note: Some links may have expired.) Making the earth move with Libby Gardner Hall’s majestic organ (Salt Lake Magazine 01/08/2015) Naturally, Jason Hardink, Nova’s artistic director, has recruited Richard Elliott, the MTC’s […]

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Summer@Eastman 2015: The Organ Institute

January 12, 2015

  The Craighead-Saunders Organ at Christ Church, Rochester, New York. Caroline Robinson, a South Carolina native, is a first-year master’s student at Eastman. After receiving her undergraduate degree from Curtis Institute of Music, she traveled to Toulouse, France, where she studied organ performance on a Fulbright scholarship. We discussed her decision to study in Rochester, the […]

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Bob Sneider, Jeff Campbell

Faculty Artist Series Bob Sneider, guitar, and Jeff Campbell, bass, 8 PM January 29 Kilbourn Hall

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