International Trombone Association Honors John Marcellus With Two Major Awards

John Marcellus, professor of trombone at the Eastman School of Music, was named winner of the 2011 ITA Lifetime Achievement Award and the 2011 Neill Humfeld Award by the International Trombone Association. The first recognizes distinguished contributions to the trombone profession and the latter recognizes outstanding trombone teaching.  The ITA previously recognized Marcellus in 1999…

On Occasion of Eastman School of Music’s 90th Anniversary, Exhibits Profile Performance History

Live radio broadcasts, commercial recordings, evolving orchestras and chamber ensembles – all are a part of the Eastman School of Music’s history and will be subjects of exhibits throughout the School’s 90th anniversary year. Curated by David Peter Coppen, special collections librarian and archivist in the School’s Sibley Music Library, the exhibits feature photographs, concert…

Monthly Recitals by Eastman Performers Return at Historic Church

“Eastman at St. Michael’s,” a series of monthly recitals presented in historic St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Church by vocal and instrumental performance majors from the Eastman School of Music, returns for a new season beginning Sunday, Sept. 25. The first fall concert will feature Voices, Rochester’s professional choral chamber ensemble, conducted by founder William Weinert,…

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Eastman Names New Faculty Members

The Eastman School of Music has announced the appointment of six distinguished performers and scholars to its faculty for the 2011-2012 year: Enrico Elisi, Associate Professor of Piano. Enrico Elisi regularly performs to acclaim with major orchestras and in major venues throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia. Among his awards are top prizes in the…