Eastman School of Music Posts and Musings

Still learning at the library: Sibley’s Jon Sauceda

Jonathan Sauceda just completed his first academic year as Associate Dean and Head of the Sibley Music Library. It has been a very full year. As head of the library, he oversees all aspects of the library’s programs and services, including collection development, personnel management, budget management, technical services, client services, and library technology development.…

Summer@Eastman Spotlight: Eastman Summer Tuba and Euphonium Institute

By Raffi Wright Summer@Eastman is excited to welcome a new brass institute to our roster in 2022: the Eastman Summer Tuba & Euphonium Institute. Eastman alumnus Scott Tegge (Chicago-based performer and tuba/euphonium instructor at Northern Illinois University and the University of Illinois) joins Eastman faculty members Don Harry and Mark Kellogg in this week-long program…

“The Music She Writes: A Celebration of Asian Female Composers” Series Begins April 1

When composer Ania Vu ’17E  first heard about the Eastman Centennial Celebration “100 Concerts to Celebrate 100 Years”, she forwarded the website to pianist Eunmi Ko ’06E (MM), ’12E (DMA), to which Eunmi replied with “We should do something!” Fast-forward seven months: the two are about to have their project The Music She Writes begin…

Wellness at Eastman Explores “Caring for Your Voice”

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…