Congratulations to Nicholas Sienkiewicz, whose articleThe Biochemical Power of Choral Singing was published in the October issue of the ACDA’s Choral Journal.
Sam Ritter (DM ’20) was recently named a finalist among over 400 submissions in the ASCAP Foundation’s Morton Gould Young Composer Awards Competition for his work “What Room Does Fear Have.” Premiered in January of 2019, “What Room Does Fear Have” is scored for chorus, string orchestra, 2 solo french horns, and mezzo-soprano solo…. Read more »
On Thursday, Aug. 6th, NOTUS released the world premiere virtual recording of Moira Smiley’s Wire You Here. The work focuses on students’ spoken anxieties and hopes as they create art in a time of disconnection.
Congratulations to Jacobs School of Music Professors Chris Albanese, Director of the Singing Hoosiers, and Walter Huff, Faculty Director of Opera Choruses and Chorus Master. They will present an Interest Session at the American Choral Directors Association National Conference in Dallas, Texas, March 17 – 20, 2021. Their presentation is entitled: An Opera Star, a Belter, and a… Read more »