Members of Apollo's Fire and Oberlin Conservatory present music by Bach and Haydn for Family Promise of Lorain County

February 1, 2013
Carol Longsworth
On Sunday, February 17 at 3 p.m., musicians from the widely acclaimed Apollo’s Fire Baroque Orchestra and Oberlin Conservatory of Music will perform in a concert to benefit homeless families served by Family Promise of Lorain County. The concert will be held at First Church in Oberlin and donations are welcome.

Five Ventures Take Home LaunchU Prizes

January 30, 2013
Office of Communications
Alumnus Tom Kelley ’77 , recognized globally as an expert on innovation, gave the keynote address for the inaugural LaunchU Accelerator Pitch Competition on January 26. Five groups of entrepreneurs won Venture Development Awards during the competition.

Looking Forward and Back

January 30, 2013
Marvin Krislov
I hope your January has been a rewarding time of growth, learning, and reflection. Looking ahead, we have a full slate of wonderful events coming up in February.

Religion Major Studies Yoga in India

January 29, 2013
Liv Combe
Sponsored by Oberlin Shansi, junior Alexander Bianchi is studying ancient and modern components of Ashtanga yoga at the practice’s site of origin, Mysore, India.

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Oberlin Conservatory Takes Manhattan, Part 1

January 23, 2013
Office of Communications
“Great Midwest Conservatory Brings Its Fruits to Market, in New York” reads the New York Times headline for Vivien Schweitzer’s January 21 review of two concerts in the Conservatory of Music’s 2013 Illumination Tour of New York City. In all, 155 student musicians; 38 faculty and staff members, including musicians and support staff; and a multitude of alumni musicians and composers, took part in the tour, which included six performances in four venues from January 15 to 19.

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