Miller will study organ performance in Stuttgart, Germany.
Lifelong musician and philanthropist is also a leading advocate for the instrument.
Raphael Jiménez relishes his opportunity to reunite with pianist Monique Duphil; Feb. 27 concert also includes Stephen Hartke's Symphony No. 4.
Organ Pump is a Friday night Oberlin tradition described by its organizers as “a lively mix of total wackiness and legitimate musical performance.”
Katelyn Emerson ’15 has received a Fulbright grant to study organ and harpsichord in Toulouse, France, also known as “the paradise of organs,” this coming year.
Students of James David Christie shine under the spotlight in France, Russia, and the Netherlands.
Assistant Professor of Geology Amanda Schmidt provides students with a hands-on research opportunity researching erosion in China.
Simon Thomas Jacobs ’15 leads a long list of Professor James David Christie’s students who have excelled in summer competitions across America and abroad.
Margaret Nichols has won a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, and Adam Birdsall has received honorable mention.
Journey through the odyssey of works by Beethoven for fortepiano and cello when David Breitman and Jaap ter Linden perform the cycle on February 16 in Kulas Hall. Part I begins at 4:30 p.m., and following a break, Part II continues at 8:00 p.m. Free and no tickets are required.
Faculty violist Michael Strauss is joined by guest artists Roger Roe and R. Kent Cook on February 7 in a concert entitled "Poetic Music for Oboe, Viola, and Piano." Featuring reader Professor of English T.S. McMillin, the concert is free and open to the public.
The Oberlin Orchestra, performing with guest soloist Jeremy Denk ’90 and led by Associate Professor of Conducting Raphael Jiménez, will give a preview of their 2013 NYC Tour Carnegie Hall program on January 16 in Finney Chapel. The concert will begin at 8:00 p.m. and admission is free.