May 2017 graduates Kirk Pearson will explore invented instruments, while Paul Van Horne will study the effects of noise in megacities.
In his senior composition recital, fifth-year Kirk Pearson attempts to explain what would happen if the characteristics of the digital world started to permeate our physical lives.
Willow Run, which features saxophonist Noah Getz ’97, also to be performed Nov. 5 at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
First-year composer Hao Zou craved American arts culture—and Oberlin weather.
Their diverse careers intersected on campus over the past year, resulting in enlightening interactions with students.
Raphael Jiménez relishes his opportunity to reunite with pianist Monique Duphil; Feb. 27 concert also includes Stephen Hartke's Symphony No. 4.
Through a variety of multimedia projects, experimental composer Ashley Fure ’04 works beyond the bounds of sound.
New creations, written over winter term, spring to life through a string quartet collaboration on campus.
Distinguished Professor at USC Thornton School of Music will chair Oberlin’s Department of Composition beginning July 1.
Inspired by tragic events during an 1888 blizzard, the piece will also be performed March 7 at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Longtime Conservatory of Music faculty member Ed Miller was a prolific composer and a versatile educator whose works were performed by orchestras around the world and by many fellow professors.
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