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Amit Gilutz wins first prize for "The Task Of Interpretation (a counterpart to Edward Said)"
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Professor Judith Peraino invited to speak about her course The History of Rock Music (Music 1312) at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as part of the 2013 Experience Music Project (EMP) Pop Conference.
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CU Winds will perform in two concerts in Washington D.C. on April 13, 2013 as part of their annual service-learning and performance project.

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In their March/April 2013 issue, Fanfare Magazine asks Associate Professor Cynthia Johnston Turner about Augenblick, commissioning policy and whether a death metal drummer has a place in a wind ensemble. continue...


First-year DMA graduate student composer Tonia Ko and alum Steve Burke will be presented with AAAL awards in May continue...


The Music Library Association bestowed upon Music Librarian Bonna Boettcher their highest honor, the MLA Citation. continue...


Lecturer Annie Lewandowski has released her second full-length recording under the name Powerdove. The album, titled Do You Burn?, was produced by Deerhoof’s John Dieterich and features Lewandowski on vocals, guitar, and piano; Dieterich on guitars and bass; and Thomas Bonvalet (L’Ocelle Mare) on banjo, small instruments, body percussion, and electronics. continue...


Robert Isaacs of New York City has been appointed director of choral music in the Department of Music effective July 1. His responsibilities include overseeing all four choirs at Cornell, and conducting the Cornell Glee Club and Chorus beginning with concerts during fall 2013 Orientation. continue...


The Department of Music at Cornell University announces an opening at the rank of Lecturer, two-thirds time, starting July 1, 2013.  The appointment—a non-tenure-track position with benefits and the possibility of promotion to Senior Lecturer—will be for a term of three years, with renewal contingent on satisfactory performance continue...


Composition Professor Steven Stucky has been nominated for a GRAMMY Award for his concert drama, August 4, 1964, under the category "Best Contemporary Classical Composition." continue...

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Amit Gilutz wins first prize for "The Task Of Interpretation (a counterpart to Edward Said)"
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Professor Judith Peraino invited to speak about her course The History of Rock Music (Music 1312) at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as part of the 2013 Experience Music Project (EMP) Pop Conference.
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CU Winds will perform in two concerts in Washington D.C. on April 13, 2013 as part of their annual service-learning and performance project.

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In their March/April 2013 issue, Fanfare Magazine asks Associate Professor Cynthia Johnston Turner about Augenblick, commissioning policy and whether a death metal drummer has a place in a wind ensemble. continue...


First-year DMA graduate student composer Tonia Ko and alum Steve Burke will be presented with AAAL awards in May continue...


The Music Library Association bestowed upon Music Librarian Bonna Boettcher their highest honor, the MLA Citation. continue...


Lecturer Annie Lewandowski has released her second full-length recording under the name Powerdove. The album, titled Do You Burn?, was produced by Deerhoof’s John Dieterich and features Lewandowski on vocals, guitar, and piano; Dieterich on guitars and bass; and Thomas Bonvalet (L’Ocelle Mare) on banjo, small instruments, body percussion, and electronics. continue...


Robert Isaacs of New York City has been appointed director of choral music in the Department of Music effective July 1. His responsibilities include overseeing all four choirs at Cornell, and conducting the Cornell Glee Club and Chorus beginning with concerts during fall 2013 Orientation. continue...


The Department of Music at Cornell University announces an opening at the rank of Lecturer, two-thirds time, starting July 1, 2013.  The appointment—a non-tenure-track position with benefits and the possibility of promotion to Senior Lecturer—will be for a term of three years, with renewal contingent on satisfactory performance continue...


Composition Professor Steven Stucky has been nominated for a GRAMMY Award for his concert drama, August 4, 1964, under the category "Best Contemporary Classical Composition." continue...

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Amit Gilutz wins first prize for "The Task Of Interpretation (a counterpart to Edward Said)"
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Professor Judith Peraino invited to speak about her course The History of Rock Music (Music 1312) at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as part of the 2013 Experience Music Project (EMP) Pop Conference.
continue...


CU Winds will perform in two concerts in Washington D.C. on April 13, 2013 as part of their annual service-learning and performance project.

continue...


In their March/April 2013 issue, Fanfare Magazine asks Associate Professor Cynthia Johnston Turner about Augenblick, commissioning policy and whether a death metal drummer has a place in a wind ensemble. continue...


First-year DMA graduate student composer Tonia Ko and alum Steve Burke will be presented with AAAL awards in May continue...


The Music Library Association bestowed upon Music Librarian Bonna Boettcher their highest honor, the MLA Citation. continue...


Lecturer Annie Lewandowski has released her second full-length recording under the name Powerdove. The album, titled Do You Burn?, was produced by Deerhoof’s John Dieterich and features Lewandowski on vocals, guitar, and piano; Dieterich on guitars and bass; and Thomas Bonvalet (L’Ocelle Mare) on banjo, small instruments, body percussion, and electronics. continue...


Robert Isaacs of New York City has been appointed director of choral music in the Department of Music effective July 1. His responsibilities include overseeing all four choirs at Cornell, and conducting the Cornell Glee Club and Chorus beginning with concerts during fall 2013 Orientation. continue...


The Department of Music at Cornell University announces an opening at the rank of Lecturer, two-thirds time, starting July 1, 2013.  The appointment—a non-tenure-track position with benefits and the possibility of promotion to Senior Lecturer—will be for a term of three years, with renewal contingent on satisfactory performance continue...


Composition Professor Steven Stucky has been nominated for a GRAMMY Award for his concert drama, August 4, 1964, under the category "Best Contemporary Classical Composition." continue...

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See also Cornell Chronicle Arts News »


Amit Gilutz wins first prize for "The Task Of Interpretation (a counterpart to Edward Said)"
continue...


Professor Judith Peraino invited to speak about her course The History of Rock Music (Music 1312) at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as part of the 2013 Experience Music Project (EMP) Pop Conference.
continue...


CU Winds will perform in two concerts in Washington D.C. on April 13, 2013 as part of their annual service-learning and performance project.

continue...


In their March/April 2013 issue, Fanfare Magazine asks Associate Professor Cynthia Johnston Turner about Augenblick, commissioning policy and whether a death metal drummer has a place in a wind ensemble. continue...


First-year DMA graduate student composer Tonia Ko and alum Steve Burke will be presented with AAAL awards in May continue...


The Music Library Association bestowed upon Music Librarian Bonna Boettcher their highest honor, the MLA Citation. continue...


Lecturer Annie Lewandowski has released her second full-length recording under the name Powerdove. The album, titled Do You Burn?, was produced by Deerhoof’s John Dieterich and features Lewandowski on vocals, guitar, and piano; Dieterich on guitars and bass; and Thomas Bonvalet (L’Ocelle Mare) on banjo, small instruments, body percussion, and electronics. continue...


Robert Isaacs of New York City has been appointed director of choral music in the Department of Music effective July 1. His responsibilities include overseeing all four choirs at Cornell, and conducting the Cornell Glee Club and Chorus beginning with concerts during fall 2013 Orientation. continue...


The Department of Music at Cornell University announces an opening at the rank of Lecturer, two-thirds time, starting July 1, 2013.  The appointment—a non-tenure-track position with benefits and the possibility of promotion to Senior Lecturer—will be for a term of three years, with renewal contingent on satisfactory performance continue...


Composition Professor Steven Stucky has been nominated for a GRAMMY Award for his concert drama, August 4, 1964, under the category "Best Contemporary Classical Composition." continue...

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Amit Gilutz wins first prize for "The Task Of Interpretation (a counterpart to Edward Said)"
continue...


Professor Judith Peraino invited to speak about her course The History of Rock Music (Music 1312) at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as part of the 2013 Experience Music Project (EMP) Pop Conference.
continue...


CU Winds will perform in two concerts in Washington D.C. on April 13, 2013 as part of their annual service-learning and performance project.

continue...


In their March/April 2013 issue, Fanfare Magazine asks Associate Professor Cynthia Johnston Turner about Augenblick, commissioning policy and whether a death metal drummer has a place in a wind ensemble. continue...


First-year DMA graduate student composer Tonia Ko and alum Steve Burke will be presented with AAAL awards in May continue...


The Music Library Association bestowed upon Music Librarian Bonna Boettcher their highest honor, the MLA Citation. continue...


Lecturer Annie Lewandowski has released her second full-length recording under the name Powerdove. The album, titled Do You Burn?, was produced by Deerhoof’s John Dieterich and features Lewandowski on vocals, guitar, and piano; Dieterich on guitars and bass; and Thomas Bonvalet (L’Ocelle Mare) on banjo, small instruments, body percussion, and electronics. continue...


Robert Isaacs of New York City has been appointed director of choral music in the Department of Music effective July 1. His responsibilities include overseeing all four choirs at Cornell, and conducting the Cornell Glee Club and Chorus beginning with concerts during fall 2013 Orientation. continue...


The Department of Music at Cornell University announces an opening at the rank of Lecturer, two-thirds time, starting July 1, 2013.  The appointment—a non-tenure-track position with benefits and the possibility of promotion to Senior Lecturer—will be for a term of three years, with renewal contingent on satisfactory performance continue...


Composition Professor Steven Stucky has been nominated for a GRAMMY Award for his concert drama, August 4, 1964, under the category "Best Contemporary Classical Composition." continue...

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See also Cornell Chronicle Arts News »


Amit Gilutz wins first prize for "The Task Of Interpretation (a counterpart to Edward Said)"
continue...


Professor Judith Peraino invited to speak about her course The History of Rock Music (Music 1312) at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as part of the 2013 Experience Music Project (EMP) Pop Conference.
continue...


CU Winds will perform in two concerts in Washington D.C. on April 13, 2013 as part of their annual service-learning and performance project.

continue...


In their March/April 2013 issue, Fanfare Magazine asks Associate Professor Cynthia Johnston Turner about Augenblick, commissioning policy and whether a death metal drummer has a place in a wind ensemble. continue...


First-year DMA graduate student composer Tonia Ko and alum Steve Burke will be presented with AAAL awards in May continue...


The Music Library Association bestowed upon Music Librarian Bonna Boettcher their highest honor, the MLA Citation. continue...


Lecturer Annie Lewandowski has released her second full-length recording under the name Powerdove. The album, titled Do You Burn?, was produced by Deerhoof’s John Dieterich and features Lewandowski on vocals, guitar, and piano; Dieterich on guitars and bass; and Thomas Bonvalet (L’Ocelle Mare) on banjo, small instruments, body percussion, and electronics. continue...


Robert Isaacs of New York City has been appointed director of choral music in the Department of Music effective July 1. His responsibilities include overseeing all four choirs at Cornell, and conducting the Cornell Glee Club and Chorus beginning with concerts during fall 2013 Orientation. continue...


The Department of Music at Cornell University announces an opening at the rank of Lecturer, two-thirds time, starting July 1, 2013.  The appointment—a non-tenure-track position with benefits and the possibility of promotion to Senior Lecturer—will be for a term of three years, with renewal contingent on satisfactory performance continue...


Composition Professor Steven Stucky has been nominated for a GRAMMY Award for his concert drama, August 4, 1964, under the category "Best Contemporary Classical Composition." continue...

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See also Cornell Chronicle Arts News »


Amit Gilutz wins first prize for "The Task Of Interpretation (a counterpart to Edward Said)"
continue...


Professor Judith Peraino invited to speak about her course The History of Rock Music (Music 1312) at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as part of the 2013 Experience Music Project (EMP) Pop Conference.
continue...


CU Winds will perform in two concerts in Washington D.C. on April 13, 2013 as part of their annual service-learning and performance project.

continue...


In their March/April 2013 issue, Fanfare Magazine asks Associate Professor Cynthia Johnston Turner about Augenblick, commissioning policy and whether a death metal drummer has a place in a wind ensemble. continue...


First-year DMA graduate student composer Tonia Ko and alum Steve Burke will be presented with AAAL awards in May continue...


The Music Library Association bestowed upon Music Librarian Bonna Boettcher their highest honor, the MLA Citation. continue...


Lecturer Annie Lewandowski has released her second full-length recording under the name Powerdove. The album, titled Do You Burn?, was produced by Deerhoof’s John Dieterich and features Lewandowski on vocals, guitar, and piano; Dieterich on guitars and bass; and Thomas Bonvalet (L’Ocelle Mare) on banjo, small instruments, body percussion, and electronics. continue...


Robert Isaacs of New York City has been appointed director of choral music in the Department of Music effective July 1. His responsibilities include overseeing all four choirs at Cornell, and conducting the Cornell Glee Club and Chorus beginning with concerts during fall 2013 Orientation. continue...


The Department of Music at Cornell University announces an opening at the rank of Lecturer, two-thirds time, starting July 1, 2013.  The appointment—a non-tenure-track position with benefits and the possibility of promotion to Senior Lecturer—will be for a term of three years, with renewal contingent on satisfactory performance continue...


Composition Professor Steven Stucky has been nominated for a GRAMMY Award for his concert drama, August 4, 1964, under the category "Best Contemporary Classical Composition." continue...

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See also Cornell Chronicle Arts News »


Amit Gilutz wins first prize for "The Task Of Interpretation (a counterpart to Edward Said)"
continue...


Professor Judith Peraino invited to speak about her course The History of Rock Music (Music 1312) at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as part of the 2013 Experience Music Project (EMP) Pop Conference.
continue...


CU Winds will perform in two concerts in Washington D.C. on April 13, 2013 as part of their annual service-learning and performance project.

continue...


In their March/April 2013 issue, Fanfare Magazine asks Associate Professor Cynthia Johnston Turner about Augenblick, commissioning policy and whether a death metal drummer has a place in a wind ensemble. continue...


First-year DMA graduate student composer Tonia Ko and alum Steve Burke will be presented with AAAL awards in May continue...


The Music Library Association bestowed upon Music Librarian Bonna Boettcher their highest honor, the MLA Citation. continue...


Lecturer Annie Lewandowski has released her second full-length recording under the name Powerdove. The album, titled Do You Burn?, was produced by Deerhoof’s John Dieterich and features Lewandowski on vocals, guitar, and piano; Dieterich on guitars and bass; and Thomas Bonvalet (L’Ocelle Mare) on banjo, small instruments, body percussion, and electronics. continue...


Robert Isaacs of New York City has been appointed director of choral music in the Department of Music effective July 1. His responsibilities include overseeing all four choirs at Cornell, and conducting the Cornell Glee Club and Chorus beginning with concerts during fall 2013 Orientation. continue...


The Department of Music at Cornell University announces an opening at the rank of Lecturer, two-thirds time, starting July 1, 2013.  The appointment—a non-tenure-track position with benefits and the possibility of promotion to Senior Lecturer—will be for a term of three years, with renewal contingent on satisfactory performance continue...


Composition Professor Steven Stucky has been nominated for a GRAMMY Award for his concert drama, August 4, 1964, under the category "Best Contemporary Classical Composition." continue...

Previous Page

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See also Cornell Chronicle Arts News »


Amit Gilutz wins first prize for "The Task Of Interpretation (a counterpart to Edward Said)"
continue...


Professor Judith Peraino invited to speak about her course The History of Rock Music (Music 1312) at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as part of the 2013 Experience Music Project (EMP) Pop Conference.
continue...


CU Winds will perform in two concerts in Washington D.C. on April 13, 2013 as part of their annual service-learning and performance project.

continue...


In their March/April 2013 issue, Fanfare Magazine asks Associate Professor Cynthia Johnston Turner about Augenblick, commissioning policy and whether a death metal drummer has a place in a wind ensemble. continue...


First-year DMA graduate student composer Tonia Ko and alum Steve Burke will be presented with AAAL awards in May continue...


The Music Library Association bestowed upon Music Librarian Bonna Boettcher their highest honor, the MLA Citation. continue...


Lecturer Annie Lewandowski has released her second full-length recording under the name Powerdove. The album, titled Do You Burn?, was produced by Deerhoof’s John Dieterich and features Lewandowski on vocals, guitar, and piano; Dieterich on guitars and bass; and Thomas Bonvalet (L’Ocelle Mare) on banjo, small instruments, body percussion, and electronics. continue...


Robert Isaacs of New York City has been appointed director of choral music in the Department of Music effective July 1. His responsibilities include overseeing all four choirs at Cornell, and conducting the Cornell Glee Club and Chorus beginning with concerts during fall 2013 Orientation. continue...


The Department of Music at Cornell University announces an opening at the rank of Lecturer, two-thirds time, starting July 1, 2013.  The appointment—a non-tenure-track position with benefits and the possibility of promotion to Senior Lecturer—will be for a term of three years, with renewal contingent on satisfactory performance continue...


Composition Professor Steven Stucky has been nominated for a GRAMMY Award for his concert drama, August 4, 1964, under the category "Best Contemporary Classical Composition." continue...

Previous Page

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See also Cornell Chronicle Arts News »


Amit Gilutz wins first prize for "The Task Of Interpretation (a counterpart to Edward Said)"
continue...


Professor Judith Peraino invited to speak about her course The History of Rock Music (Music 1312) at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as part of the 2013 Experience Music Project (EMP) Pop Conference.
continue...


CU Winds will perform in two concerts in Washington D.C. on April 13, 2013 as part of their annual service-learning and performance project.

continue...


In their March/April 2013 issue, Fanfare Magazine asks Associate Professor Cynthia Johnston Turner about Augenblick, commissioning policy and whether a death metal drummer has a place in a wind ensemble. continue...


First-year DMA graduate student composer Tonia Ko and alum Steve Burke will be presented with AAAL awards in May continue...


The Music Library Association bestowed upon Music Librarian Bonna Boettcher their highest honor, the MLA Citation. continue...


Lecturer Annie Lewandowski has released her second full-length recording under the name Powerdove. The album, titled Do You Burn?, was produced by Deerhoof’s John Dieterich and features Lewandowski on vocals, guitar, and piano; Dieterich on guitars and bass; and Thomas Bonvalet (L’Ocelle Mare) on banjo, small instruments, body percussion, and electronics. continue...


Robert Isaacs of New York City has been appointed director of choral music in the Department of Music effective July 1. His responsibilities include overseeing all four choirs at Cornell, and conducting the Cornell Glee Club and Chorus beginning with concerts during fall 2013 Orientation. continue...


The Department of Music at Cornell University announces an opening at the rank of Lecturer, two-thirds time, starting July 1, 2013.  The appointment—a non-tenure-track position with benefits and the possibility of promotion to Senior Lecturer—will be for a term of three years, with renewal contingent on satisfactory performance continue...


Composition Professor Steven Stucky has been nominated for a GRAMMY Award for his concert drama, August 4, 1964, under the category "Best Contemporary Classical Composition." continue...

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