Oberlin Stage Left
A series of innovative, inspiring, and distinctly Oberlin broadcasts featuring our faculty, students, and special guests from all around the world.
Oberlin Como Piano Festival
Oberlin Conservatory is pleased to present the Oberlin-Como Virtual Piano Festival. The festival features exclusive interviews and master classes with each festival faculty member.
Visit the festival website for more information about the festival faculty and participating Oberlin-Como Fellows and Oberlin Conservatory students.
Links to watch the festival are available within the festival schedule.
Oberlin Conservatory Opera Double Feature!
Thursday, July 29 at 7:00 p.m. through Sunday, August 2
Oberlin Conservatory presents Gian Carlo Menotti's Amelia al Ballo and Henry Mollicone's Emperor Norton. Director Jonathon Field and musical director Daniel Michalak recorded these performances during spring 2021 while adhering to campus COVID-19 safety protocols. Both operas can be viewed from Thursday, July 29 through Sunday, August 2.LINK COMING SOON: Amelia al Ballo >
Use the WATCH link above to see the entire roster of previously-aired Stage Left events, like this recent broadcast.
Alums Chris Eldridge and Ed Helms ruminate about their Oberlin roots, and more, in this edition of The Red Herring Conversations.
Associate Dean Chris Jenkins introduces Oberlin Conservatory’s series of Black History Month events and revisits the celebration of Black Artistry on Oberlin Stage Left. Click here to read more.
Use the WATCH link above for access to large ensembles, chamber music, jazz, faculty recitals, and more.
Check out the Oberlin-Como Piano Festival, our newest addition to the wide variety of musical performances recorded and accessible on Backstage Pass.
Backstage Pass performances have been recorded without a live audience while socially distanced and with all COVID-19 restrictions in place.