THIRD COAST PERCUSSION
In Residence Nov. 16-17, 2013
(Free public performance Nov. 17 at 3:00pm)
Hailed by The Guardian for their “special fluency and zest that sets them apart,” Third Coast Percussion explores and expands the extraordinary sonic possibilities of the percussion repertoire, delivering vibrant performances for audiences of all kinds. <<more>>
JUVENTAS NEW MUSIC ENSEMBLE
In Residence Jan. 27-31, 2014
June 2 • 3:00 p.m.
June 9 • 3:00 p.m.
June 16 • 3:00 p.m.
Richard K. Stem Concert Hall
$8 adults / $5 Students, Seniors,
IU Southeast Faculty & Staff
Music Department to Offer B.A. in Pre-Music Therapy
2013 Music History Research Award Winners Announced
The third annual IU Southeast Music History Research Award winners have been announced. Beth Bloom, senior accounting major, has won first place for her paper, "The Cheerful Home of Johann Sebastian Bach," which investigates how Bach's wives and children aided him in copying music and provided a warm and nurturing environment. Percussionist Allison Bohm, last year's winner, won second place for her paper, "Alban Berg and his Wozzeck," an analytical investigation of Berg's best-known composition. The award recognizes originality and superior scholarship in both research and writing. Any IUS student in an upper-level music literature or history class is eligible to win. For more information, visit www.ius.edu/music/students.cfm or contact Dr. Ann Glazer Niren.
Welcome to the Music Department at Indiana University Southeast. Our faculty of nationally recognized scholars and artists is strongly committed to fostering student learning and academic achievement. Classes are designed to enhance student-faculty relationships and facilitate the learning experience. The Music Department at IU Southeast offers one of the most musically intensive Bachelor of Arts degrees in the region while maintaining small class sizes and personal attention.
Students engage in a rigorous program that combines all aspects of artistic and academic study, ranging from solo performance to music theory, music history and music technology. A full array of general academic subjects traditional to the liberal arts provides skills and knowledge in written and oral communication and provides an excellent academic foundation for personal development and professional flexibility.
Indiana University Southeast, located in New Albany, Indiana, is one of eight branch campuses of Indiana University, home to the world-renowned Indiana University Jacobs School of Music on the Bloomington campus. Located within the metropolitan area of Louisville, Kentucky, a city with an international reputation for the arts, students at IU Southeast are able to take full advantage of the region's wealth of musical resources. A nationally recognized faculty of performers, artists, and scholars work closely with students in a small, nurturing environment.
The Music Department is located in the Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center on the north end of the campus. This facility includes the visually stunning Richard K. Stem Concert Hall, a 500-seat performing venue praised by the Louisville Courier-Journal for its "plush, enveloping sonic environment." The Ogle Center also houses the Robinson Theater, a 340-seat thrust theater, the 100-seat Recital Hall, classrooms, computer facilities, and a new state-of-the-art music technology lab.