Posts tagged "beethoven"

Maybe you can convince Renée Jolles to teach you to play Beethoven like this at her masterclass on Saturday

Steven Isserlis ‘80 has a new recording of Beethoven’s Cello Sonatas out this month! 

Steven Isserlis ‘80 has a new recording of Beethoven’s Cello Sonatas out this month! 

Alum and double bassist Will Riley Robbins ‘12 made this hilarious GIF about Beethoven’s symphonies and/or sandwich ingredients.

Alum and double bassist Will Riley Robbins ‘12 made this hilarious GIF about Beethoven’s symphonies and/or sandwich ingredients.

This featurette (Part 2 of 2) finds cellist Jaap ter Linden and Prof. David Breitman (fortepiano) taking a moment out of rehearsal for their Feb. 16 concert — “Beethoven’s Works: Woven Though the Past & Present” — to explain what made this special concert so unique.

This featurette (Part 1 of 2) finds Prof. David Breitman (fortepiano) and cellist Jaap ter Linden taking a moment out of rehearsal for their Feb. 16 concert — “Beethoven’s Works: Woven Though the Past & Present” — to explain what made this special concert so unique.

Here’s the program to the recital that’s going on right now in Kulas Recital Hall. Epic!

You can listen in you know, on the Live Stream: http://bit.ly/W1NBrf

Here’s the program to the recital that’s going on right now in Kulas Recital Hall. Epic!

You can listen in you know, on the Live Stream: http://bit.ly/W1NBrf

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Gotta love the bust of Beethoven in the Con Library! #oberlin

It’s kind of scary, but we love it anyway!

willroanephoto:

Gotta love the bust of Beethoven in the Con Library! #oberlin

It’s kind of scary, but we love it anyway!

areeson:

10/3/12 (Day 276):
You know, ordinarily one would think that this was a strange statement in and of itself, but the fact that this is written so matter-of-factly makes me appreciate my school’s quirkiness.

areeson:

10/3/12 (Day 276):

You know, ordinarily one would think that this was a strange statement in and of itself, but the fact that this is written so matter-of-factly makes me appreciate my school’s quirkiness.

The Jupiter String Quartet, who begin their two years of serving as Quartet-in-Residence this fall, practices Beethoven’s Op. 59 No. 3, 1st Movement. Our only criticism: Why’d it have to end?

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