Posts tagged performance
Posts tagged performance
“We keep coming back to this idea of bearing witness. We’re building a community.” - Director Linus Ignatius ‘14 on House, an interactive and improvised theater experience staged in the Weltzheimer/Johnson House, which immersed audience members as instant cast members.
"The Arts & Sciences Orchestra is a great resource for people who want to keep music a part of their lives… but don’t want it as a profession." - Lisa Learman ‘16. Watch Oberlin’s Arts & Sciences Orchestra in action. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
Do re mi fa… a capella. With all of Oberlin’s student-led a capella groups, we cover quite a (vocal) range. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
"Everybody stands to learn from everybody else, and from all approaches to music… No matter what you’re doing musically, having a wider grasp and a love of different things will only help you to be a better musician." - Chris “Critter” Eldridge ‘04, guitarist in the Punch Brothers, the first ensemble in residence funded by the Oberlin American Roots Residency Fund.. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
Today on oberlin.edu: slam poet Matthew Wellman, a member of the poet rising project, performs at the Cat in the Cream Coffeehouse in a recent a show sponsored by Lambda Union, a group for LGBTQ students, and OSlam!, a student slam poetry group. via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
Since 1992, the undergraduate contemporary dance group Dance Diaspora has maintained traditional West African dance forms by acknowledging the spirituality, philosophy, and diversity of African culture and its global presence. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
Contemporary ensembles such as eighth blackbird (pictured here in their October 4th performance in Warner Concert Hall) are setting the bar for new generations of transformative musical artists. Learn more about the Oberlin Conservatory’s new Master of Contemporary Chamber Music degree program. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
It’s a week filled with orchestra performances! Thursday is the Chamber Orchestra and Saturday is the Oberlin Orchestra, both conducted by Raphael Jiménez. Not here? Never fear! Both performances will be streamed LIVE. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
THC is compiling their most powerful and unique music into an EP and album with Jazz legends Robin Eubanks and Miguel Zenon
I would not usually go out on a limb like this and ask for support, but I just put my kickstarter up for my new Jazz album with my group the Terry Hsieh Collective. Hope we can count on your support and help to spread the word!
(Terry Hsieh ’11)