Oberlin Ensembles Perform for United Nations at Carnegie Hall
November 10, 2022
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December 2 concert before U.N. General Assembly celebrates new partnership; public preview in Oberlin slated for November 29.
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Ross Karre Named Percussion Professor at Oberlin Conservatory
January 21, 2022
Appointment begins in fall 2022, charts new course for department led for 50 years by Michael Rosen.
Conservatory Percussion Department Prepares for Life After a Legend
March 8, 2021
Pablo Rieppi to teach at Oberlin in 2021-22 as professor Michael Rosen concludes remarkable tenure.
Oberlin Percussion Group Takes on Daunting Work by James Wood on New Oberlin Music Release
August 7, 2020
Commissioned by professor Michael Rosen, evocative Cloud-Polyphonies premiered at Oberlin in 2011.
Phlox Ensembles Give Underrepresented Groups a Voice
January 19, 2020
Hannah Schoepe ’20
Ensembles promote women and trans individuals in classical music, and celebrates repertoire by composers of these identities.
Carson Fratus Awarded Fulbright Foreign Scholarship to Study Music of South India
May 6, 2019
Julie Gulenko ’15
A winter-term trip gave Carson Fratus a glimpse of India. Now a Fulbright fellowship gives him a year.
In the Practice Room with Percussionist and Fulbrighter Carson Fratus
April 8, 2019
Conservatory Communications Staff
After earning two Oberlin degrees, he will pursue his love of South Indian music.
Oberlin Music Releases Works by Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon
November 16, 2018
Songtree features performances by prominent Oberlin alumni and the Contemporary Music Ensemble.
TIMARA's Peter Swendsen Discusses Premiere with Jennifer Torrence '09
September 18, 2016
Julie Gulenko '15
Inspired by Shakespeare's Tempest, What Noises Remain emphasizes percussion and field recordings from around the world.