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Chamber Orchestra plays year's first concert

The Jacobs School of Music’s chamber orchestra, under the direction of conductor Uriel Segal, performed its first concert of the year Wednesday night at Auer Hall.


Conductor David Effron will lead the Jacobs School of Music Philharmonic Orchestra in its first concert of the year Wednesday, accompanied by pianist André Watts.

Renowned pianist joins Jacobs orchestra

The Jacobs School of Music’s Philharmonic Orchestra, accompanied by conductor David Effron and pianist André Watts, will perform 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Musical Arts Center.


Susann McDonald, founder and artistic director of the USA International Harp Competition, center, talks with fellow members of the board of directors Wednesday at the Opening Ceremony for the 9th USA International Harp Competition. The competition will take place in the Jacobs School of Music July 10-20.

Striking a chord

The ninth USA International Harp Competition began July 10 and will wrap up with a final stage performance 7 p.m. on July 20 at the MAC.



World harp competition heads to Jacobs School

The ninth USA International Harp Competition will take place Wednesday, July 10 at the Jacobs School of Music and is expected to draw more than 50 professional harpists to Bloomington, the largest number of contestants since the competition’s inception.



ISO comes to celebrate 'Spring'

The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra will perform a free concert at 3 p.m. April 14 at the Musical Arts Center to celebrate the piece’s 100-year histor


Best of both worlds

This year’s IU Ballet Theater spring performance will combine two eras of dance into one cohesive show.



Tomás Lozano serenades IU with 'Ballads'

When he was a child in Spain, Tomás Lozano’s grandmother sang him to sleep.Now, the Bloomington resident performs the same ballads across the world.


Jie-Sun Lim explains her works to participants of her lecture on Monday night at the Jacobs School of Music. Jie-Sun Lim obtained her Doctorate of Music from Indiana University Bloomington and had composed various pieces that fused different cultures.

Lin returns for lecture

Composer Jie-Sun Lim, who earned her Ph.D. in composition from IU in 1990, returned to give a lecture to Jacobs School of Music students and faculty.


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