Arthur R. Metz Bicentennial Grand Carillon
in its new home, the IU Cox Arboretum, January, 2020
Associate Instructor of Carillon: Lynnli Wang email@example.com
Information regarding applied carillon study can be found here.
Amy Hamburg Mead,
Jacobs School of Music Pre-College String Program (music theory)
and Associate of the JSoM Carillon Program
Spring 2021 Meet Me at the Metz Carillon Concert Series
We invite you to join us for weekly socially-distanced carillon recitals every Saturday from noon-12:45 pm, beginning February 13 through May 1, 2021. Bring your blanket, a picnic basket, and enjoy music in the fresh air and scenic landscape of IU’s Cox Arboretum.
2/13/2021: Lovebirds at the Metz
2/20/2021: Black History Month Celebration
2/27/2021: Tunes from the Past
3/6/2021: March Awakens
3/13/2021: Spring Fling Dance Party
3/20/2021: First Day of Spring
3/27/2021: Celebrating Diversity at the Metz
4/3/2021: Lights, Camera, Action!
4/10/2021: April Showers
4/17/2021: IU New Music Concert, featuring original compositions by JSOM students
4/24/2021: IU Carillon Studio Debut
5/1/2021: Closing Concert
IU carillonneurs can be heard performing solos and duets on the Metz.
Other upcoming events:
Dedication and Inaugural Recital
Due to COVID–19, and with the health and safety of our guests in mind, the dedication of the Metz Bicentennial Grand Carillon and dedicatory recital scheduled for Sunday, April 26, 2020, was cancelled and will be rescheduled as soon as feasible. We look forward to hosting world-renowned carillonneur Geert d’Hollander for this event. Please check this site for further updates regarding its rescheduled date.
Carillonneur Geert d’Hollander, recitalist for our upcoming dedication of the Metz Bicentennial Grand carillon
Music Annex Carillon Receives a Face Lift
April 1, 2020
Our much loved practice carillon is removed from its perch on top of the Music Annex for repairs and improvements and a new console, provided by Sunderlin Bell Foundry.
Expected date of its return to campus: Spring 2021
Removing bells from the top of the “round building,” Music Annex