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The Aix en Provence Festival is currently staging Cavalli’s opera Elena in the edition that Dr. Kristin Kane prepared as a part of her D.M.A.degree (2010). Dr. Kane has an essay in the program book and also delivered the paper, "La Elena de Cavalli est-elle une comédie?", in a journée d’études on July 12, 2013.  Read a review of Elena in the Financial Times here.
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The College Music Society mistakenly reposted job listings for the positions of Choral Director and Professor of Ethnomusicology at Cornell University.  These positions were previously listed and have been filled.  The Department of Music would like to apologize if this has created some confusion.
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The Organ Historical Society presented the Ogasapian Book Prize to Professor David Yearsley for his book, "Bach's Feet: Organ Pedals in European Culture". See Linda Glaser's news brief here. For more information, see Linda Glaser's news brief here. continue...


Amanda Lalonde's paper "The Music of the Living Dead" won the AMS' student paper prize.
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Cynthia Johnston Turner jumps at the chance to try Google's high-tech Glass in the classroom.
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CU Winds signs a recording contract with Albany Records, a national label specializing in classical music.


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The fifth annual Ithaca International Conducting Master Classes workshop draws together the talent, knowledge and experience from both Cornell and Ithaca College to provide participants with intensive opportunity to hone their craft.
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The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has endowed two teaching fellowships for Cornell Department of Music graduate students.
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Eric Nathan wins the American Academy's 2013-2014 Rome Prize for his compositions Multitude, Solitude
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José Javier Peña Aguayo, Professor of Counterpoint and Fugue at the Conservatorio Superior de Castellón, has just released a book entitled La Música en Puerto Rico: la salsa y Roberto Sierra. Published by Cuadernos de Bellas Artes it is available in hard back or at the CBA website in PDF form. continue...

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The Aix en Provence Festival is currently staging Cavalli’s opera Elena in the edition that Dr. Kristin Kane prepared as a part of her D.M.A.degree (2010). Dr. Kane has an essay in the program book and also delivered the paper, "La Elena de Cavalli est-elle une comédie?", in a journée d’études on July 12, 2013.  Read a review of Elena in the Financial Times here.
continue...


The College Music Society mistakenly reposted job listings for the positions of Choral Director and Professor of Ethnomusicology at Cornell University.  These positions were previously listed and have been filled.  The Department of Music would like to apologize if this has created some confusion.
continue...


The Organ Historical Society presented the Ogasapian Book Prize to Professor David Yearsley for his book, "Bach's Feet: Organ Pedals in European Culture". See Linda Glaser's news brief here. For more information, see Linda Glaser's news brief here. continue...


Amanda Lalonde's paper "The Music of the Living Dead" won the AMS' student paper prize.
continue...


Cynthia Johnston Turner jumps at the chance to try Google's high-tech Glass in the classroom.
continue...


CU Winds signs a recording contract with Albany Records, a national label specializing in classical music.


continue...


The fifth annual Ithaca International Conducting Master Classes workshop draws together the talent, knowledge and experience from both Cornell and Ithaca College to provide participants with intensive opportunity to hone their craft.
continue...


The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has endowed two teaching fellowships for Cornell Department of Music graduate students.
continue...


Eric Nathan wins the American Academy's 2013-2014 Rome Prize for his compositions Multitude, Solitude
continue...


José Javier Peña Aguayo, Professor of Counterpoint and Fugue at the Conservatorio Superior de Castellón, has just released a book entitled La Música en Puerto Rico: la salsa y Roberto Sierra. Published by Cuadernos de Bellas Artes it is available in hard back or at the CBA website in PDF form. continue...

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See also Cornell Chronicle Arts News »


The Aix en Provence Festival is currently staging Cavalli’s opera Elena in the edition that Dr. Kristin Kane prepared as a part of her D.M.A.degree (2010). Dr. Kane has an essay in the program book and also delivered the paper, "La Elena de Cavalli est-elle une comédie?", in a journée d’études on July 12, 2013.  Read a review of Elena in the Financial Times here.
continue...


The College Music Society mistakenly reposted job listings for the positions of Choral Director and Professor of Ethnomusicology at Cornell University.  These positions were previously listed and have been filled.  The Department of Music would like to apologize if this has created some confusion.
continue...


The Organ Historical Society presented the Ogasapian Book Prize to Professor David Yearsley for his book, "Bach's Feet: Organ Pedals in European Culture". See Linda Glaser's news brief here. For more information, see Linda Glaser's news brief here. continue...


Amanda Lalonde's paper "The Music of the Living Dead" won the AMS' student paper prize.
continue...


Cynthia Johnston Turner jumps at the chance to try Google's high-tech Glass in the classroom.
continue...


CU Winds signs a recording contract with Albany Records, a national label specializing in classical music.


continue...


The fifth annual Ithaca International Conducting Master Classes workshop draws together the talent, knowledge and experience from both Cornell and Ithaca College to provide participants with intensive opportunity to hone their craft.
continue...


The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has endowed two teaching fellowships for Cornell Department of Music graduate students.
continue...


Eric Nathan wins the American Academy's 2013-2014 Rome Prize for his compositions Multitude, Solitude
continue...


José Javier Peña Aguayo, Professor of Counterpoint and Fugue at the Conservatorio Superior de Castellón, has just released a book entitled La Música en Puerto Rico: la salsa y Roberto Sierra. Published by Cuadernos de Bellas Artes it is available in hard back or at the CBA website in PDF form. continue...

Next Page

See also Cornell Chronicle Arts News »


The Aix en Provence Festival is currently staging Cavalli’s opera Elena in the edition that Dr. Kristin Kane prepared as a part of her D.M.A.degree (2010). Dr. Kane has an essay in the program book and also delivered the paper, "La Elena de Cavalli est-elle une comédie?", in a journée d’études on July 12, 2013.  Read a review of Elena in the Financial Times here.
continue...


The College Music Society mistakenly reposted job listings for the positions of Choral Director and Professor of Ethnomusicology at Cornell University.  These positions were previously listed and have been filled.  The Department of Music would like to apologize if this has created some confusion.
continue...


The Organ Historical Society presented the Ogasapian Book Prize to Professor David Yearsley for his book, "Bach's Feet: Organ Pedals in European Culture". See Linda Glaser's news brief here. For more information, see Linda Glaser's news brief here. continue...


Amanda Lalonde's paper "The Music of the Living Dead" won the AMS' student paper prize.
continue...


Cynthia Johnston Turner jumps at the chance to try Google's high-tech Glass in the classroom.
continue...


CU Winds signs a recording contract with Albany Records, a national label specializing in classical music.


continue...


The fifth annual Ithaca International Conducting Master Classes workshop draws together the talent, knowledge and experience from both Cornell and Ithaca College to provide participants with intensive opportunity to hone their craft.
continue...


The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has endowed two teaching fellowships for Cornell Department of Music graduate students.
continue...


Eric Nathan wins the American Academy's 2013-2014 Rome Prize for his compositions Multitude, Solitude
continue...


José Javier Peña Aguayo, Professor of Counterpoint and Fugue at the Conservatorio Superior de Castellón, has just released a book entitled La Música en Puerto Rico: la salsa y Roberto Sierra. Published by Cuadernos de Bellas Artes it is available in hard back or at the CBA website in PDF form. continue...

Next Page

See also Cornell Chronicle Arts News »


The Aix en Provence Festival is currently staging Cavalli’s opera Elena in the edition that Dr. Kristin Kane prepared as a part of her D.M.A.degree (2010). Dr. Kane has an essay in the program book and also delivered the paper, "La Elena de Cavalli est-elle une comédie?", in a journée d’études on July 12, 2013.  Read a review of Elena in the Financial Times here.
continue...


The College Music Society mistakenly reposted job listings for the positions of Choral Director and Professor of Ethnomusicology at Cornell University.  These positions were previously listed and have been filled.  The Department of Music would like to apologize if this has created some confusion.
continue...


The Organ Historical Society presented the Ogasapian Book Prize to Professor David Yearsley for his book, "Bach's Feet: Organ Pedals in European Culture". See Linda Glaser's news brief here. For more information, see Linda Glaser's news brief here. continue...


Amanda Lalonde's paper "The Music of the Living Dead" won the AMS' student paper prize.
continue...


Cynthia Johnston Turner jumps at the chance to try Google's high-tech Glass in the classroom.
continue...


CU Winds signs a recording contract with Albany Records, a national label specializing in classical music.


continue...


The fifth annual Ithaca International Conducting Master Classes workshop draws together the talent, knowledge and experience from both Cornell and Ithaca College to provide participants with intensive opportunity to hone their craft.
continue...


The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has endowed two teaching fellowships for Cornell Department of Music graduate students.
continue...


Eric Nathan wins the American Academy's 2013-2014 Rome Prize for his compositions Multitude, Solitude
continue...


José Javier Peña Aguayo, Professor of Counterpoint and Fugue at the Conservatorio Superior de Castellón, has just released a book entitled La Música en Puerto Rico: la salsa y Roberto Sierra. Published by Cuadernos de Bellas Artes it is available in hard back or at the CBA website in PDF form. continue...

Next Page

See also Cornell Chronicle Arts News »


The Aix en Provence Festival is currently staging Cavalli’s opera Elena in the edition that Dr. Kristin Kane prepared as a part of her D.M.A.degree (2010). Dr. Kane has an essay in the program book and also delivered the paper, "La Elena de Cavalli est-elle une comédie?", in a journée d’études on July 12, 2013.  Read a review of Elena in the Financial Times here.
continue...


The College Music Society mistakenly reposted job listings for the positions of Choral Director and Professor of Ethnomusicology at Cornell University.  These positions were previously listed and have been filled.  The Department of Music would like to apologize if this has created some confusion.
continue...


The Organ Historical Society presented the Ogasapian Book Prize to Professor David Yearsley for his book, "Bach's Feet: Organ Pedals in European Culture". See Linda Glaser's news brief here. For more information, see Linda Glaser's news brief here. continue...


Amanda Lalonde's paper "The Music of the Living Dead" won the AMS' student paper prize.
continue...


Cynthia Johnston Turner jumps at the chance to try Google's high-tech Glass in the classroom.
continue...


CU Winds signs a recording contract with Albany Records, a national label specializing in classical music.


continue...


The fifth annual Ithaca International Conducting Master Classes workshop draws together the talent, knowledge and experience from both Cornell and Ithaca College to provide participants with intensive opportunity to hone their craft.
continue...


The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has endowed two teaching fellowships for Cornell Department of Music graduate students.
continue...


Eric Nathan wins the American Academy's 2013-2014 Rome Prize for his compositions Multitude, Solitude
continue...


José Javier Peña Aguayo, Professor of Counterpoint and Fugue at the Conservatorio Superior de Castellón, has just released a book entitled La Música en Puerto Rico: la salsa y Roberto Sierra. Published by Cuadernos de Bellas Artes it is available in hard back or at the CBA website in PDF form. continue...

Next Page

See also Cornell Chronicle Arts News »


The Aix en Provence Festival is currently staging Cavalli’s opera Elena in the edition that Dr. Kristin Kane prepared as a part of her D.M.A.degree (2010). Dr. Kane has an essay in the program book and also delivered the paper, "La Elena de Cavalli est-elle une comédie?", in a journée d’études on July 12, 2013.  Read a review of Elena in the Financial Times here.
continue...


The College Music Society mistakenly reposted job listings for the positions of Choral Director and Professor of Ethnomusicology at Cornell University.  These positions were previously listed and have been filled.  The Department of Music would like to apologize if this has created some confusion.
continue...


The Organ Historical Society presented the Ogasapian Book Prize to Professor David Yearsley for his book, "Bach's Feet: Organ Pedals in European Culture". See Linda Glaser's news brief here. For more information, see Linda Glaser's news brief here. continue...


Amanda Lalonde's paper "The Music of the Living Dead" won the AMS' student paper prize.
continue...


Cynthia Johnston Turner jumps at the chance to try Google's high-tech Glass in the classroom.
continue...


CU Winds signs a recording contract with Albany Records, a national label specializing in classical music.


continue...


The fifth annual Ithaca International Conducting Master Classes workshop draws together the talent, knowledge and experience from both Cornell and Ithaca College to provide participants with intensive opportunity to hone their craft.
continue...


The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has endowed two teaching fellowships for Cornell Department of Music graduate students.
continue...


Eric Nathan wins the American Academy's 2013-2014 Rome Prize for his compositions Multitude, Solitude
continue...


José Javier Peña Aguayo, Professor of Counterpoint and Fugue at the Conservatorio Superior de Castellón, has just released a book entitled La Música en Puerto Rico: la salsa y Roberto Sierra. Published by Cuadernos de Bellas Artes it is available in hard back or at the CBA website in PDF form. continue...

Next Page

See also Cornell Chronicle Arts News »


The Aix en Provence Festival is currently staging Cavalli’s opera Elena in the edition that Dr. Kristin Kane prepared as a part of her D.M.A.degree (2010). Dr. Kane has an essay in the program book and also delivered the paper, "La Elena de Cavalli est-elle une comédie?", in a journée d’études on July 12, 2013.  Read a review of Elena in the Financial Times here.
continue...


The College Music Society mistakenly reposted job listings for the positions of Choral Director and Professor of Ethnomusicology at Cornell University.  These positions were previously listed and have been filled.  The Department of Music would like to apologize if this has created some confusion.
continue...


The Organ Historical Society presented the Ogasapian Book Prize to Professor David Yearsley for his book, "Bach's Feet: Organ Pedals in European Culture". See Linda Glaser's news brief here. For more information, see Linda Glaser's news brief here. continue...


Amanda Lalonde's paper "The Music of the Living Dead" won the AMS' student paper prize.
continue...


Cynthia Johnston Turner jumps at the chance to try Google's high-tech Glass in the classroom.
continue...


CU Winds signs a recording contract with Albany Records, a national label specializing in classical music.


continue...


The fifth annual Ithaca International Conducting Master Classes workshop draws together the talent, knowledge and experience from both Cornell and Ithaca College to provide participants with intensive opportunity to hone their craft.
continue...


The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has endowed two teaching fellowships for Cornell Department of Music graduate students.
continue...


Eric Nathan wins the American Academy's 2013-2014 Rome Prize for his compositions Multitude, Solitude
continue...


José Javier Peña Aguayo, Professor of Counterpoint and Fugue at the Conservatorio Superior de Castellón, has just released a book entitled La Música en Puerto Rico: la salsa y Roberto Sierra. Published by Cuadernos de Bellas Artes it is available in hard back or at the CBA website in PDF form. continue...

Next Page

See also Cornell Chronicle Arts News »


The Aix en Provence Festival is currently staging Cavalli’s opera Elena in the edition that Dr. Kristin Kane prepared as a part of her D.M.A.degree (2010). Dr. Kane has an essay in the program book and also delivered the paper, "La Elena de Cavalli est-elle une comédie?", in a journée d’études on July 12, 2013.  Read a review of Elena in the Financial Times here.
continue...


The College Music Society mistakenly reposted job listings for the positions of Choral Director and Professor of Ethnomusicology at Cornell University.  These positions were previously listed and have been filled.  The Department of Music would like to apologize if this has created some confusion.
continue...


The Organ Historical Society presented the Ogasapian Book Prize to Professor David Yearsley for his book, "Bach's Feet: Organ Pedals in European Culture". See Linda Glaser's news brief here. For more information, see Linda Glaser's news brief here. continue...


Amanda Lalonde's paper "The Music of the Living Dead" won the AMS' student paper prize.
continue...


Cynthia Johnston Turner jumps at the chance to try Google's high-tech Glass in the classroom.
continue...


CU Winds signs a recording contract with Albany Records, a national label specializing in classical music.


continue...


The fifth annual Ithaca International Conducting Master Classes workshop draws together the talent, knowledge and experience from both Cornell and Ithaca College to provide participants with intensive opportunity to hone their craft.
continue...


The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has endowed two teaching fellowships for Cornell Department of Music graduate students.
continue...


Eric Nathan wins the American Academy's 2013-2014 Rome Prize for his compositions Multitude, Solitude
continue...


José Javier Peña Aguayo, Professor of Counterpoint and Fugue at the Conservatorio Superior de Castellón, has just released a book entitled La Música en Puerto Rico: la salsa y Roberto Sierra. Published by Cuadernos de Bellas Artes it is available in hard back or at the CBA website in PDF form. continue...

Next Page

See also Cornell Chronicle Arts News »


The Aix en Provence Festival is currently staging Cavalli’s opera Elena in the edition that Dr. Kristin Kane prepared as a part of her D.M.A.degree (2010). Dr. Kane has an essay in the program book and also delivered the paper, "La Elena de Cavalli est-elle une comédie?", in a journée d’études on July 12, 2013.  Read a review of Elena in the Financial Times here.
continue...


The College Music Society mistakenly reposted job listings for the positions of Choral Director and Professor of Ethnomusicology at Cornell University.  These positions were previously listed and have been filled.  The Department of Music would like to apologize if this has created some confusion.
continue...


The Organ Historical Society presented the Ogasapian Book Prize to Professor David Yearsley for his book, "Bach's Feet: Organ Pedals in European Culture". See Linda Glaser's news brief here. For more information, see Linda Glaser's news brief here. continue...


Amanda Lalonde's paper "The Music of the Living Dead" won the AMS' student paper prize.
continue...


Cynthia Johnston Turner jumps at the chance to try Google's high-tech Glass in the classroom.
continue...


CU Winds signs a recording contract with Albany Records, a national label specializing in classical music.


continue...


The fifth annual Ithaca International Conducting Master Classes workshop draws together the talent, knowledge and experience from both Cornell and Ithaca College to provide participants with intensive opportunity to hone their craft.
continue...


The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has endowed two teaching fellowships for Cornell Department of Music graduate students.
continue...


Eric Nathan wins the American Academy's 2013-2014 Rome Prize for his compositions Multitude, Solitude
continue...


José Javier Peña Aguayo, Professor of Counterpoint and Fugue at the Conservatorio Superior de Castellón, has just released a book entitled La Música en Puerto Rico: la salsa y Roberto Sierra. Published by Cuadernos de Bellas Artes it is available in hard back or at the CBA website in PDF form. continue...

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