December 5, 2016

4:30 PM

Trombone Studio Recital

December 5, 2016

7:00 PM

December 5, 2016

7:30 PM

Featuring the combined UT choirs with Symphony Orchestra

Admission: $10–20

Bates Recital Hall


Harp Master Class: Sivan Magen

January 4, 2017

5:00 PM

Praised by the press as “a magician” (New York’s WQXR), whose “virtuoso playing conjures an astonishing range of colour and dynamic” (The Daily Telegraph), Sivan Magen transforms the harp into an expressive, colorful and virtuosic instrument, moving it to center stage through the exploration of the standard repertoire, the commissioning of today’s composers and his new adaptations of some of the greatest music of the last three centuries.

The only Israeli to have ever won the International Harp Contest in Israel, Magen is a winner of the Pro Musicis International Award and in 2012 was chosen by a committee headed by Dame Mitsuko Uchida as the winner of the Borletti-Buitoni Trust Award. He appeared as a soloist across the US, South America, Europe and Israel, in venues such as Carnegie Hall, Wigmore Hall, the Sydney Opera House and the Vienna Konzerthaus, and with orchestras such as the Israel Philharmonic, the Strasbourg Philharmonic, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, the Jerusalem Symphony, the Sydney Symphony and the Vienna Chamber Orchestra. In fall 2014 he was invited by Carnegie Hall to return for a recital in celebration of the American release of his first solo CD for Linn records, Fantasien, a recital which also included the world premiere of the Carnegie Hall-commissioned Fantasy for Solo Harp by American composer Sean Shepherd.

Born in Jerusalem, Sivan Magen studied the piano with Benjamin Oren and Talma Cohen and the harp with Irena Kaganovsky-Kessler at the Jerusalem Academy for Music and Dance. After completing his military service as an "Outstanding Musician" in 2001, he continued his studies with Germaine Lorenzini in France and then joined Isabelle Moretti’s harp class at the Paris Conservatory (CNSMDP) from which he graduated with a “Premier Prix”. He completed a Master of Music degree as a student of Nancy Allen at the Juilliard School. He currently resides in New York City.

Admission: Free

Recital Studio, MRH 2.608


Harp Master Class: Sivan Magen

January 5, 2017

1:00 PM

Praised by the press as “a magician” (New York’s WQXR), whose “virtuoso playing conjures an astonishing range of colour and dynamic” (The Daily Telegraph), Sivan Magen transforms the harp into an expressive, colorful and virtuosic instrument, moving it to center stage through the exploration of the standard repertoire, the commissioning of today’s composers and his new adaptations of some of the greatest music of the last three centuries.

The only Israeli to have ever won the International Harp Contest in Israel, Magen is a winner of the Pro Musicis International Award and in 2012 was chosen by a committee headed by Dame Mitsuko Uchida as the winner of the Borletti-Buitoni Trust Award. He appeared as a soloist across the US, South America, Europe and Israel, in venues such as Carnegie Hall, Wigmore Hall, the Sydney Opera House and the Vienna Konzerthaus, and with orchestras such as the Israel Philharmonic, the Strasbourg Philharmonic, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, the Jerusalem Symphony, the Sydney Symphony and the Vienna Chamber Orchestra. In fall 2014 he was invited by Carnegie Hall to return for a recital in celebration of the American release of his first solo CD for Linn records, Fantasien, a recital which also included the world premiere of the Carnegie Hall-commissioned Fantasy for Solo Harp by American composer Sean Shepherd.

Born in Jerusalem, Sivan Magen studied the piano with Benjamin Oren and Talma Cohen and the harp with Irena Kaganovsky-Kessler at the Jerusalem Academy for Music and Dance. After completing his military service as an "Outstanding Musician" in 2001, he continued his studies with Germaine Lorenzini in France and then joined Isabelle Moretti’s harp class at the Paris Conservatory (CNSMDP) from which he graduated with a “Premier Prix”. He completed a Master of Music degree as a student of Nancy Allen at the Juilliard School. He currently resides in New York City.

Admission: Free

Recital Studio, MRH 2.608


Guest Artist: Sivan Magen, harp

January 5, 2017

7:30 PM

Biography


Praised by the press as “a magician” (New York’s WQXR), whose “virtuoso playing conjures an astonishing range of colour and dynamic” (The Daily Telegraph), Sivan Magen transforms the harp into an expressive, colorful and virtuosic instrument, moving it to center stage through the exploration of the standard repertoire, the commissioning of today’s composers and his new adaptations of some of the greatest music of the last three centuries.

The only Israeli to have ever won the International Harp Contest in Israel, Magen is a winner of the Pro Musicis International Award and in 2012 was chosen by a committee headed by Dame Mitsuko Uchida as the winner of the Borletti-Buitoni Trust Award. He appeared as a soloist across the US, South America, Europe and Israel, in venues such as Carnegie Hall, Wigmore Hall, the Sydney Opera House and the Vienna Konzerthaus, and with orchestras such as the Israel Philharmonic, the Strasbourg Philharmonic, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, the Jerusalem Symphony, the Sydney Symphony and the Vienna Chamber Orchestra. In fall 2014 he was invited by Carnegie Hall to return for a recital in celebration of the American release of his first solo CD for Linn records, Fantasien, a recital which also included the world premiere of the Carnegie Hall-commissioned Fantasy for Solo Harp by American composer Sean Shepherd.

Born in Jerusalem, Sivan Magen studied the piano with Benjamin Oren and Talma Cohen and the harp with Irena Kaganovsky-Kessler at the Jerusalem Academy for Music and Dance. After completing his military service as an "Outstanding Musician" in 2001, he continued his studies with Germaine Lorenzini in France and then joined Isabelle Moretti’s harp class at the Paris Conservatory (CNSMDP) from which he graduated with a “Premier Prix”. He completed a Master of Music degree as a student of Nancy Allen at the Juilliard School. He currently resides in New York City.

Admission: Free

Jessen Auditorium, Homer Rainey Hall


Harp Master Class: Sivan Magen

January 6, 2017

1:00 PM

Praised by the press as “a magician” (New York’s WQXR), whose “virtuoso playing conjures an astonishing range of colour and dynamic” (The Daily Telegraph), Sivan Magen transforms the harp into an expressive, colorful and virtuosic instrument, moving it to center stage through the exploration of the standard repertoire, the commissioning of today’s composers and his new adaptations of some of the greatest music of the last three centuries.

The only Israeli to have ever won the International Harp Contest in Israel, Magen is a winner of the Pro Musicis International Award and in 2012 was chosen by a committee headed by Dame Mitsuko Uchida as the winner of the Borletti-Buitoni Trust Award. He appeared as a soloist across the US, South America, Europe and Israel, in venues such as Carnegie Hall, Wigmore Hall, the Sydney Opera House and the Vienna Konzerthaus, and with orchestras such as the Israel Philharmonic, the Strasbourg Philharmonic, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, the Jerusalem Symphony, the Sydney Symphony and the Vienna Chamber Orchestra. In fall 2014 he was invited by Carnegie Hall to return for a recital in celebration of the American release of his first solo CD for Linn records, Fantasien, a recital which also included the world premiere of the Carnegie Hall-commissioned Fantasy for Solo Harp by American composer Sean Shepherd.

Born in Jerusalem, Sivan Magen studied the piano with Benjamin Oren and Talma Cohen and the harp with Irena Kaganovsky-Kessler at the Jerusalem Academy for Music and Dance. After completing his military service as an "Outstanding Musician" in 2001, he continued his studies with Germaine Lorenzini in France and then joined Isabelle Moretti’s harp class at the Paris Conservatory (CNSMDP) from which he graduated with a “Premier Prix”. He completed a Master of Music degree as a student of Nancy Allen at the Juilliard School. He currently resides in New York City.

Admission: Free

Recital Studio, MRH 2.608


Harp Master Class: Sivan Magen

January 7, 2017

1:00 PM

Biography

Praised by the press as “a magician” (New York’s WQXR), whose “virtuoso playing conjures an astonishing range of colour and dynamic” (The Daily Telegraph), Sivan Magen transforms the harp into an expressive, colorful and virtuosic instrument, moving it to center stage through the exploration of the standard repertoire, the commissioning of today’s composers and his new adaptations of some of the greatest music of the last three centuries.

The only Israeli to have ever won the International Harp Contest in Israel, Magen is a winner of the Pro Musicis International Award and in 2012 was chosen by a committee headed by Dame Mitsuko Uchida as the winner of the Borletti-Buitoni Trust Award. He appeared as a soloist across the US, South America, Europe and Israel, in venues such as Carnegie Hall, Wigmore Hall, the Sydney Opera House and the Vienna Konzerthaus, and with orchestras such as the Israel Philharmonic, the Strasbourg Philharmonic, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, the Jerusalem Symphony, the Sydney Symphony and the Vienna Chamber Orchestra. In fall 2014 he was invited by Carnegie Hall to return for a recital in celebration of the American release of his first solo CD for Linn records, Fantasien, a recital which also included the world premiere of the Carnegie Hall-commissioned Fantasy for Solo Harp by American composer Sean Shepherd.

Born in Jerusalem, Sivan Magen studied the piano with Benjamin Oren and Talma Cohen and the harp with Irena Kaganovsky-Kessler at the Jerusalem Academy for Music and Dance. After completing his military service as an "Outstanding Musician" in 2001, he continued his studies with Germaine Lorenzini in France and then joined Isabelle Moretti’s harp class at the Paris Conservatory (CNSMDP) from which he graduated with a “Premier Prix”. He completed a Master of Music degree as a student of Nancy Allen at the Juilliard School. He currently resides in New York City.

Admission: Free

Jessen Auditorium, Homer Rainey Hall


Headshot of video game composer Penka Kouneva

January 14, 2017 8:00 AM ToJanuary 15, 2017 10:00 PM

The keynote speaker of the 2016 conference is composer Penka Kouneva. 

Registration fees will increase by $50 starting January 2. Tickets for the banquet will not be available after January 2. 

Admission: $50-100

Butler School of Music


Master Class: Tim McAllister & Liz Ames, saxophone

January 20, 2017

4:30 PM

Guest Artist: Tim McAllister & Liz Ames, saxophone

January 21, 2017

5:00 PM

Admission: Free

Bates Recital Hall


Headshot of cellist Eric Kim

January 23, 2017

4:00 PM

Mr. Kim is a Professor of Cello at the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University.

Admission: Free

McCullough Conference Room, PAC 3.614


Michael Shih with his violin

January 23, 2017

6:00 PM

Concertmaster of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

Admission: Free

Recital Studio, MRH 2.608


Headshot of soprano Mary Dunleavy

January 27, 2017

7:30 PM

Mary Dunleavy, soprano, is an alumnus of UT Austin, now an internationally known opera singer. Kelly Kuo, music director of the Butler Opera Center, will accompany her.

Admission: $10–20

Jessen Auditorium, Homer Rainey Hall


Headshot of trombonist James Markey

January 29, 2017

4:00 PM

Trombonist with the Boston Symphony Orchestra

Admission: Free

Recital Studio, MRH 2.608


Headshot of trombonist James Markey

January 30, 2017

7:30 PM

Tromonist from the Boston Symphony Orchestra

Admission: Free

Recital Studio, MRH 2.608


January 31, 2017

12:00 PM

Admission: $0-9

Blanton Museum of Art


CLUTCH - New Music by UT Composers

January 31, 2017

7:30 PM

Headshot of trombonist David Garcia

February 2, 2017

7:30 PM

Solo Trombonist of the Zürich Opera Orchestra

Admission: Free

Recital Studio, MRH 2.608


Headshot of Korean organist Jakyung Oh

February 6, 2017

7:30 PM

Admission: Free

Bates Recital Hall


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