Alums Matthew Teodori, Cullen Faulk and Adam Bedell of line upon line percussion are the subject of this feature in the Austin American-Statesman.
Our own QuinTexas woodwind quintet took home the Silver Medal in the Fischoff Competition's Senior Wind Division. Congratulations to Charlotte Daniel (flute), Freddie Blood (oboe), Nicholas Councilor (clarinet), Laura McIntyre (bassoon) and Rose Valby (horn).
Our students, faculty, staff and alums are nominated in five categories for awards.
Sonia Seeman, associate professor of ethnomusicology, received a Fulbright Scholar grant to conduct research in Turkey for a book project. She plans to write about music as a form of labor, and will explore this issue through conducting research and supplementing already-collected materials on three Romani, or “Gypsy,” professional musician families.
Professor Bob Duke, head of Music and Human Learning at the Butler School, is among three educators who will be inducted into the University of Texas System Academy of Distinguished Teachers on April 19. He's also the only University of Texas at Austin professor this year to be inducted.
The 2016 College of Fine Arts commencement speaker is dancer and choreographer Alvin Rangel (M.F.A. Dance, 2012). This year's commencement takes place May 20.
Blake Cooper (M.M. Tuba, 2009), a former student of Professor Steve Bryant, is featured in this AXE commercial.
The Miró Quartet brought Ginastera's cycle of three quartets to life with fiercely intense accounts at the intimate Rose Studio, reported The New York Times, where they were presented by the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center in its series of string quartet cycles.
Butler School head piano technician Charles Ball is tasked with the job of tuning and fixing UT’s 220 pianos, which are spread across campus.
This week's From the Butler School on KMFA, Classical 89.5 features the Butler Trio--Colette Valentine (piano), Josh Gindele (cello) and Sandy Yamamoto (violin)--along with Roger Myers (viola), playing Beethoven and Brahms. Take a listen.