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.
CWRU Department of Music Announces Choral Composition Contest Winner
Theodore Schwamm, a 4th-year undergraduate student at Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio, has been announced as winner of the 2023 Choral Composition Contest.
On campus and abroad: A Q&A with a saxophone professor enriching musical education
The Daily sat down with Banaszak to learn more about his journey and how he’s evolved throughout his career in the Joint Music Program.
Music Education PhD candidate Erin Hopkins earns award for 2023 SMTE Symposium presentation, "Enacting the Neurodiversity Paradigm in Music Teacher Education"
In her presentation, Hopkins synthesized her research findings and teaching practices relating to teaching students with autism, ADHD, and other neurodevelopmental conditions.
Music PhD candidate Samuel T. Nemeth gives talk at Penn State, “Battle of the Bands: Adolphe Sax’s Sonic Fusillades and the Military Politics of Timbral Homogeneity”
Nemeth's presentation examined the Belgian inventor Adolphe Sax’s brass instrument inventions and their connection to French artillery and long-barreled firearms of the 1840s and 1850s.
A “Haven” in Haydn: Historical room reopens as student lounge
Within Haydn Hall, The Haven offers a new study space for students on Mather Quad, equipped with couches, a microwave and study tables.