Season-ending program features works by Haydn and Mozart with a pair of guest soloists. Artist Recital Series’ 2016-17 season to be revealed prior to performance.
Oberlin celebrates 150 years with a world premiere for English horn professor Robert Walters at Severance Hall.
Full moon in the city features four modern compositions for solo bassoon, with support from three Oberlin student ensembles.
Festivities include concerts on campus and student, faculty, and alumni performances in New York, Chicago, and Cleveland.
Hunter Gordon '14 studies bassoon full-time at Rice University's Shepherd School of Music, hoping to begin his career as a professional musician.
Double-degree student Ashley Hale '16 finds a home on both sides of campus—and both sides of the conservatory.
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.
Oberlin's Contemporary Music Ensemble, under the direction of conductor Timothy Weiss, released their debut recording on the Oberlin Music label at their DiMenna Center concert in New York City on Friday, January 18. The CD, A place toward other places, features solo performances by conservatory faculty clarinetist Richard Hawkins.
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