An article written by Music Education and Performance major Michael Reinemann (’13) was accepted for publication earlier this month in the Journal of Band Research, a premier collection of academic articles on musical analysis, band history, and rehearsal methodology.
Titled “Agents of Form in the Third Movement of Ned Rorem's Sinfonia for 15 Wind Instruments,” Reinemann’s article investigates formal construction in a lesser-known 20th Century work for wind ensemble by Ned Rorem called “Sinfonia for 15 Winds and Percussion.” It will be published in the spring of 2014.
Lawrence Doebler, professor of performance studies and director of choral activities at the School of Music, will be retiring at the end of the semester after 35 years with Ithaca College.
To celebrate Mr. Doebler's time here, the School of Music will hold a reception in his honor on Friday, May 3, 2013 from 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. in the in TC Lounge on the 14th floor of the East Tower (formerly the Tower Club).
The Ithaca College Choir and Symphony Orchestra will perform an adventurous program in Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center on Friday, April 19.
Beginning at 8 p.m., the School of Music’s Choir (ICC) and Symphony Orchestra (ICSO)—conducted by Lawrence Doebler and Jeffery Meyer respectively—will perform “20th Century Anniversaries: Poulenc, Britten and Lutoslawski.” The program features a solo by guest alumna soprano Jessica Julin ’02, and will also include works by William Byrd and György Ligeti.
Five School of Music alumni—Brian Dozoretz (’94), Rosie Newton (’10), Jennifer Middaugh (’94), Matthew Saccuccimorano (’89) and Dana Billings—played on a recording recently nominated for “Best Song” in the Alt. Country category at the 12th Annual Independent Music Awards (IMAs).
ITHACA, NY — The Midwest Clinic, the world’s largest instrumental music education conference, gave unprecedented recognition to Ithaca College alumnus Colonel Arnald D. Gabriel at its December conference by bestowing him with a glass sculpture to express special appreciation for his more than 60 years of achievement and leadership in the music profession.