2012 Ithaca College Summer Piano Institute
June 30, 2012, 7:00pm
Hockett Family Recital Hall
Featuring Diane Birr, Carolyn Grossmann, Deborah Martin, Wenqing Zhang, and Nathan Hess.
ITHACA, NY — By taking second place in the Collegiate Orchestras category, the Ithaca College Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jeffery Meyer, is one of 24 American orchestras to be honored with a 2011–2012 ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) Award for Adventurous Programming. ASCAP and the League of American Orchestras present the awards annually to...
The New Directions Cello Association and Festival Inc. (NDCA& F) is a 501c3 not for profit organization that has created a network for the growing field of alternative and non-classical cello. The goals of the NDCA&F are to encourage interaction among non-classical cellists, and to promote awareness among all cellists and the musically oriented public about the contributions that cellists are making in many styles of contemporary music. This encompasses those musical styles which are not commonly taught to cellists at music schools (jazz, blues, rock, folk, experimental, ethnic, etc.) especially those involving improvisation.
The Percussive Arts Society Hall of Fame will induct four percussion artists as the eyes of the percussion world turn to Austin, Texas for the Percussive Arts Society International Convention (PASIC) from October 31-November 3, 2012. The Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, honoring the four newest members, will be held Thursday, November 1, 2012 before the PASIC Thursday Evening Concert at the Austin Convention Center. The Class of 2012 features four important figures who have shaped the percussion world through their innovations, performances and scholarly work.
Six members of the Ithaca Bach Ensemble performed their final concert of the year in Wellin Hall on the campus of Hamilton College on Saturday, April 28th. Deborah Montgomery (soprano), David Parks (tenor), Wendy Herbener Mehne (flute), Nicholas DiEugenio (violin), Elizabeth Simkin (cello) and Jean Radice (harpsichord and organ) performed selections from J. S. Bach’s vast repertory, which included solo vocal arias, selections from the Musical Offering and Bach’s B minor flute sonata.