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Lecture concert to showcase Cuban music

“De la contradanza al son: The Predecessors of Latin Dance Music,” a concert celebrating Cuba’s musical history, will be held at 7 p.m. tonight at the Ivy Tech John Waldron Performing Arts Center.

Herlinger commences music lecture series

Monday evening, IU’s Lilly Library came alive with the sounds of Gregorian chants and the words of Jan Herlinger. The library was host to Herlinger, a visiting lecturer who teaches music at Louisiana State University, as the inaugural installation of the lecture series “Musica est ars sive scientia.”

The Jacobs School of Music held a dedication ceremony Thursday for the new East Studio Building, located on the corner of Third Street and Jordan Avenue.

Jacobs dedicates new building

Audience members were able to attend a reception following the ceremony and receive tours of the 85,000-square-foot building located on the northeast corner of Third Street and Jordan Avenue.

Events honor Beethoven

The Jacobs School of Music will present the “Beethoven Fifth Project: Behind the Score,” an in-depth look at the composer’s fifth symphony.

Singing Hoosiers practice for a upcoming performace Thursday afternoon at Auer Hall.

Singing Hoosiers debut show

The Jacobs School of Music’s Singing Hoosiers will perform their Fall Preview Concert at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday in Auer Hall.

Dominick DiOrio, a conductor of NOTUS: the Contemporary Vocal Ensemble, conducts while countertenor Andrew Rader sings Tuesday at Auer Hall.

NOTUS performs 1st concert of the year

The Jacobs School of Music’s NOTUS: Contemporary Vocal Ensemble, under the direction of Dominick DiOrio and guest composer Caroline Shaw, performed its first show of the year Tuesday at Auer Hall.

Violette Verdy honored in fall ballet opener

The life and work of professor Violette Verdy will be celebrated this weekend as IU Opera and Ballet Theater presents its fall ballet, Classical Europe — Celebrating Violette.

IU professor discusses copyright

Jocelyn Neal, a professor of music and adjunct professor of American studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, presented “Who Owns That Song? Copyright Law and the Emergence of the Popular Music Recording Industry" at the Jacobs School of Music.

New Music Ensemble to play tonight

The Jacobs School of Music’s New Music Ensemble, under the direction of David Dzubay with guest composer Sebastian Currier will perform its first show of the year  at 7 tonight at Auer Hall.

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