Posts tagged faculty
Posts tagged faculty
Peter Swendsen ’99 Assistant Professor of Computer Music and Digital Arts
Check out these pictures from The Milt Hinton Q&A at the Apollo; following a screening of the Milt Hinton documentary Keeping Time!
They are, from left: Peter Dominguez, Leon Lee Dorsey ’81, Jerry Jemmott, Holly Maxson, David Berger, James McBride ’79, John Clayton, and Richard Davis. Moderator (at right) is Special Collections Librarian Jeremy Smith. Also in attendance was Jim Neumann, of the James and Susan Neumann Jazz Collection!
What does a jazz student do during a given year at Oberlin?
Before & After (from JazzTimes) is super fun, and they recently did a session with Prof of Jazz Saxophone Gary Bartz.
by Mike Telin This weekend, double bass students aged 13 to 21 will travel to the Oberlin Conservatory to be part of the Inaugural Milton J. Hinton Institute for Studio Bass. The weeklong institute…
Let’s get down to the bottom of the Milt Hinton Institute for Studio Bass, courtesy of Cleveland Classical.
Photos from the Milt Hinton Institute for Studio Bass, as captured by James Martin Vitz-Wong ‘15.
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American Public Media’s Performance Today features live concerts by famous artists in concert halls around the globe and from the American Public Media studios as well as interviews, news and features. Performance Today audiences, on any given day, may hear from performances in the great concert halls of New York, Prague, London, Berlin and Paris.
Tune in to Performance Today to hear Professors.Yolanda Kondonassis (harp) & Richard Hawkins (clarinet) join forces with the Jupiter String Quartet for Ravel’s ‘Introduction et Allegro’!
With its upcoming “Prelude to a Cure” benefit, the Parkinson’s Disease nonprofit “Shaking with Laughter” will depart from comedy and popular music for a special evening featuring musicians from the Cleveland Orchestra.
Featuring Prof. Robert Walters on oboe & English horn!
Punch Brothers will continue their residency next year, thanks to an extension from Ed Helms’s American Roots Residency!
So excited for our students (across all programs!) to continue to work with these fantastic musicians.