Hailing from Hallstead, PA, Marcia Rose — an incoming School of Music freshman double majoring in music education and piano performance — is one of 4,500 students across the U.S. to receive a 2013 National Merit Scholarship.
ITHACA, NY—By taking first place in the Collegiate Orchestras category, the Ithaca College Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jeffery Meyer, is one of 19 American orchestras to be honored with a 2012–2013 ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) Award for...
Each year the Ithaca College School of Music hosts several dynamic competitions for current students and the general public. Some of our most popular competitions highlighted below are kicking off this summer. All are encouraged to apply -- updated information is available on the following competition sites.
35th Annual Choral Composition Contest
Ithaca College’s James J. Whalen Center for Music will be the venue for the 19th annual New Directions Cello Festival, a three-day series of workshops and performances running from Friday to Sunday, June 7 to 9. In addition to instructional workshops and jam sessions, the festival will offer three public concerts:
• Friday Night Concert, June 7, 7:30–10:30 p.m.,...
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.