Eastman Journal

Wellness at Eastman to Explore “Arts in Health”

October 20, 2021

Wellness at Eastman is a monthly seminar series from Eastman Performing Arts Medicine (EPAM) featuring artists and clinicians speaking to physical and mental wellness for performing artists. Inspired by the Healthy Conservatoires movement in Europe, presentation topics this year include: the benefits of warming up and cooling down; peak performance on stage, nutrition’s effect on performing; incorporating mindfulness […]

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Warm Up and Cool Down with “Wellness at Eastman”

October 6, 2021

Wellness at Eastman is a monthly seminar series from Eastman Performing Arts Medicine (EPAM) featuring artists and clinicians speaking to physical and mental wellness for performing artists. Inspired by the Healthy Conservatoires movement in Europe, presentation topics include: the benefits of warming up and cooling down; peak performance on stage, nutrition’s effect on performing; incorporating mindfulness in your […]

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Summer Intern Raffi Wright: Where He’s Supposed to Be

September 27, 2021

Greetings, Summer @ Eastman Community! My name is Raffi Wright, and I am a senior at the Eastman School of Music. I study Vocal Performance and Musical Arts. My focus for my Musical Arts project is telling the story (through my original songs) of my great-grandmother who survived the Armenian Genocide. My lecture recital presenting […]

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Allen Vizzutti Returns to Eastman on a “River of Light”

September 8, 2021

On Monday, September 13, at 7:30 p.m. in Kodak Hall, the Eastman Wind Ensemble (EWE), under its director Mark Davis Scatterday, will present the world premiere of Allen Vizzutti’s (‘74, ‘76 MM) centennial commission River of Light, and also the world premiere of his Quasar, with Vizzutti as trumpet soloist. American trumpeter, composer, and music […]

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A New Series Brings Wellness to Eastman

September 1, 2021 Wellness at Eastman is a new, monthly seminar series from Eastman Performing Arts Medicine (EPAM) featuring artists and clinicians speaking to physical and mental wellness for performing artists. Inspired by the Healthy Conservatoires movement in Europe, topics will include: the benefits of warming up and cooling down; peak performance on stage, nutrition’s effect on performing; incorporating mindfulness in [...]Read More...
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Eastman and Jazz 90.1 Return to the Essence

May 6, 2021

Thanks to a partnership of the Eastman School of Music, radio station WGMC Jazz90.1 FM, and the Moyle Family, listeners can once again enjoy two Rochester broadcasting legends: announcer and jazz authority Will Moyle, and his interview show Essence of Jazz, which ran during the 1970s and featured a Who’s Who of jazz artists. Starting […]

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Chamber Music Challenges: CMA’s Mimi Hwang

April 28, 2021

In March, Chamber Music America (CMA), the national network for ensemble music professionals, announced the appointment of Eastman Assistant Professor Mimi Hwang as the new Chair of its Board of Directors. A member of the Executive Committee and Vice President since 2018, Mimi also served on the CMA Board from 1990 to 1997. As a […]

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Musica Nova Makes Connections on April 28

April 20, 2021

On Wednesday, April 28, Eastman Musica Nova will present a concert of music by four varied contemporary composers. As an introduction, Musica Nova director Brad Lubman offered some thoughts on his programming choices and concert planning during a year of unprecedented challenges. (Photographs of Brad and Musica Nova in rehearsal by Michelle Martorell) For our […]

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World Music Series Continues: Hindustani Cello

April 16, 2021

Eastman brings back its popular Barbara B. Smith World Music Series in a set of free virtual concerts this spring. Sponsored by Eastman’s Ethnomusicology program, part of the department of Musicology, guest artists representing different musical traditions from across the world will be streamed live at 3 p.m. on the last Sunday of each month […]

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New Pedagogical Works for Advancing Young Cellists

April 9, 2021

by Daniel Ketter Dr. Daniel Ketter is an Assistant Professor of Cello at Missouri State University in Springfield, and co-teaches the Virtual Summer Cello Workshop at the Eastman School of Music. He is also Co-Director and co-founder of the American Wild Ensemble, which seeks to celebrate the people and places that define American communities with […]

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