Read the recent review of Sally Pinkas's group, Trio Tremonti, featured in The Virginia Gazette.
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"The Music of Central Asia is like its subject: vast, variegated, resonant, and rich in musical traditions that have remained all too closed to outsiders for centuries. The book is both authoritative and innovative, ringing with regional voices and dozens of well-chosen examples of cultural riches to be sampled and savored by both specialists and students." —Mark Slobin, Winslow-Kaplan Professor of Music, Wesleyan University
Edited by Theodore Levin, Saida Daukeyeva, and Elmira...[more]
New Release on MSR-CD (MS 1447)
Mozart: Chamber Music for Strings, Oboe and Piano, featuring the Adaskin String Trio and Ensemble Schumann.
Works include Kegelstatt Trio in E-flat major, K.498 [First Version with Oboe]; Piano Quartet in E-flat major, K.493; Oboe Quartet in F major, K.370/368b
Alice Gregory features Assistant Professor Ashley Fure in an article in The New York Times about women in the history of classical music.
"IN THE SUMMER OF 2014, “Something to Hunt,” by the American composer Ashley Fure, 32 at the time, had its premiere at the prestigious Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik in Darmstadt, Germany.... In August, Ms. Fure returned to Darmstadt for the biannual festival’s 70th anniversary. The organizers had furnished her with...[more]
Assistant Professor of Music Spencer Topel's sound installation, Vox Nihili, featured in the art blog Those Who Make Waves.
Read Professor William Cheng's interview with Junction Magazine about his newest book Just Vibrations: The Purpose of Sounding Good.
NEW BOOK by PROFESSOR WILLIAM CHENG
JUST VIBRATIONS: THE PURPOSE OF SOUNDING GOOD (UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN PRESS, 2016)
Just Vibrations bends our...[more]
Five Dartmouth pianists competed in the 2016 Gerald Tracy Memorial Piano Competition this past weekend. The event was adjudicated by pianist Marc Ryser of Boston, the Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra acting conductor Filippo Ciabatti, as well as Dartmouth piano faculty Greg Hayes and Sally Pinkas. The judges agreed that this year's level was remarkably high; first prize was won by Andrew Liu, '19, and second prize was shared by Christina (Hye Ri) Bae '19, and Rick Gangopadhyay '19. Guest...[more]
All recitals are free and open to the public. Recital dates and times are subject to change, so please check schedule often for any updates.
Recitals are part of the made@dartmouth series.
Jordana Composto, mezzo-soprano
7:00 pm • Faulkner Recital Hall, Hopkins Center
This recital explores the...
Assistant Professor Ashley Fure's upcoming performance at Miller Theater is featured in a New York Times article, "Chains Clink, Water Splashes: A Composer’s Beautiful Noise." Additionally, Professor Fure is one of the Foundation for Contemporary Arts 2016 Grants...[more]