Indiana University Jacobs School of Music Chapter
National Medal of Arts, Pulitzer Prize, and Grammy Award-winner William Bolcom (born May 26, 1938) is an American composer of chamber, operatic, vocal, choral, cabaret, ragtime, and symphonic music. As a pianist he has recorded for Advance, Jazzology, Musical Heritage, Nonesuch, Vox, and Omega. With his wife, mezzo-soprano Joan Morris, he has performed in concert for more than 35 years throughout the United States, Canada, and abroad.
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The 2nd Annual Living Composers Forum showcased the compositions of Edwin Penhorwood focusing on artistic collaboration and interpretation through master classes culminating in a lecture and recital presentation.
EDWIN PENHORWOOD | LIVING COMPOSERS FORUM | PROGRAM
The program was a staged and costumed lecture recital presented by Norman Spivey of Penn State University. Professor Norman Spivey has served as Vice-president of NATS, regional governor of the Eastern Region, and has been chosen as a NATS master teacher for 2010.
ECOUTE: PIECES OF REYNALDO HAHN | NORMAN SPIVEY | PROGRAM
IU SNATS OFFICERS | 2008 - 2009
IU SNATS OFFICERS | 2007 - 2008
NEW VOICE EDUCATORS SYMPOSIUM | 2009
NEW VOICE EDUCATORS SYMPOSIUM | 2008
NEW VOICE EDUCATORS SYMPOSIUM | 2007
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