ITHACA, NY — Some of the most renowned names in local music history will return to the community to take part in the Ithaca College School of Music’s Band Reunion 2015, culminating in a concert on Saturday, June 13. Free and open to the public, the concert will begin at 8 p.m. in Ford Hall in the James J. Whalen Center for Music.
Former members of the Ithaca College...
ITHACA, NY — The Ithaca College School of Music will host the 21st annual New Directions Cello Festival, a three-day series of workshops and performances running from Friday to Sunday, June 12 to 14. In addition to instructional workshops and jam sessions for participants, the festival will offer three public concerts:
- Friday, June 12, 7:30–10:30 p.m.,...
The Ithaca College School of Music is pleased to announce Professor Dr. Deborah Rifkin has been selected as the recipient of the Mary I. Arlin '61 Award for Distinguished Teaching in Undergraduate Music Theory.
The Mary Arlin Award, given every four years, recognizes outstanding and distinguished teaching in undergraduate music theory courses. It is intended to recognize an individual faculty member for sustained commitment to teaching and for teaching that demonstrates a sustained level of excellence.
Dr. Rifkin received nominations and letters of support from colleagues, students, and alumni. She is being recognized for her efforts toward continued growth in the field, excellence in the subject matter, the ability to inspire students in original and creative thinking, accessibility to students, expressed enthusiasm and vitality in teaching and learning.
Congratulations to Dr. Rifkin and our thanks to Mary Arlin for her continued support of the Ithaca College School of Music.
School of Music Dean Karl Paulnack will be in residence this week as an International Scholar at National Taiwan Normal University in Taipei, one of Taiwan's elite higher education institutions.
The Ithaca College Chamber Orchestra’s final concert of the 2014-15 season on April 21—beginning at 8:15 p.m. in the James J. Whalen Center’s Ford Hall—will challenge the norms of classical performance, adding layers of motion and design seldom seen in a traditional concert setting.
Dressed in white, the members of ICCO will perform a choreographed program featuring 20th century composers—without pause—intertwined with theatrical images and virtual environments projected on the walls and ceiling of the hall, as well as on the performers themselves. Featuring special guest faculty soloists Elizabeth Simkin on cello and Jennifer Hayghe on piano, the event is free and open to the public.