Dennis Giotta and Allison Paetz named Yamaha “40 Under 40” Educators
Celebrate the 2024 group of remarkable music educators who bring innovation and passion into their classrooms.
AJ Kluth discusses how Don McLean’s “American Pie” immortalized a tragedy
In honor of Feb. 3 being “The Day the Music Died Day,” The Daily sat down with Kluth to learn more about the tragic event and those involved.
Daniel Goldmark discusses the gimmicky, cute and catchy 'The Chipmunk Song'
How ‘The Chipmunk Song’ became an unlikely Christmas megahit
Francesca Brittan accepts secondary appointment in the Department of Cognitive Science
The appointment will foster cross-disciplinary research and teaching, allowing Brittan to expand her work on music, mind, and brain.
Susan McClary discusses “Carmen,” an opera in four acts by the French composer Georges Bizet
You Don’t Own Me: The Myth and Magic of Bizet’s 'Carmen'
CWRU student Juniper Duncan received 3rd place in the America Prize in Choral Composition, University Division
The American Prize is a national non-profit competition in the performing arts. Juniper’s 3rd place work “and the universe said” was premiered by the Case Concert Choir in February 2022.