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Kid Quill (Mitch Brown '16) Launches New Tour & Album, Sunset Diner

September 9, 2019

"Yacht rock meets hip-hop on one of the most popular songs released by an Indianapolis musician this year," reports the Indianapolis Star. "Kid Quill built… Read More

Acclaimed Pianist Awadagin Pratt Coming for Sept. 21 'Communiversity' Event

September 8, 2019

On Saturday, September 21, acclaimed pianist Awadagin Pratt will curate an evening of music for the piano and wine tasting for the palate. Among the most… Read More

Tickets for DePauw's Green Guest Artist Series On Sale Beginning Sept. 1

August 27, 2019

DePauw University welcomes five world-renowned artists to Greencastle for its annual Green Guest Artist Series. The series aims to bring high-caliber performing… Read More

President McCoy Tells Western Carolina Arts Initiative That "Wow" Matters

August 15, 2019

DePauw University President Mark McCoy was on hand this week as Western Carolina University’s David Orr Belcher College of Fine and Performing Arts launched… Read More

Push Down & Turn's Jason Barth '93 Keeps on Pushing in Business and Music

August 13, 2019

"If anyone in the CE Pro All-Star Band can relate to the words of Journey's early 1980s hit 'Faithfully' it's Jason Barth, CEO, principal of The Premier… Read More

Gigi Miedema '21 Spends Part of Her Summer as Girls Rock Indianapolis Counselor

July 25, 2019

"Gigi Miedema, a junior in the School of Music at DePauw University, learned violin and cello before embracing the bass guitar thanks to her time in Girls… Read More

New Composition by Prof. James Beckel, From the Earth to the Moon and Beyond, Marks 50th Anniversary of Moon Landing

July 18, 2019

As America celebrates the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing, a new work by composer and DePauw University School of Music faculty member James… Read More

Chase Wright '19 Signs Songwriting Publishing Deal

July 12, 2019

"All it took was one internship and 2015 Lebanon High School graduate Chase Wright wanted something more," begins a story in the Times Herald of Washington… Read More

Prof. Matthew Balensuela is Editor of The Norton Guide to Teaching Music History

July 1, 2019

C. Matthew Balensuela, professor of music at DePauw University, is the general editor of The Norton Guide to Teaching Music History. "This collection… Read More

DePauw Receives Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts

May 17, 2019

DePauw University is one of nine Indiana organizations to be announced as a recipient of a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. The $10,000… Read More

Italy is Destination for DePauw's Fifth Fulbright Winner, Bo Shimmin '19

May 13, 2019

DePauw University senior Bo Shimmin is the recipient of an English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program and will spend… Read More

Fulbright Recipient Liam Byrnes '19 to Teach English in Thailand

May 6, 2019

DePauw University senior Liam Byrnes is the recipient of an English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program and will spend… Read More

DePauw Orchestra and Choirs Conclude Season Sunday with Mozart's Requiem

May 3, 2019

The DePauw University Orchestra and Choirs will complete the 201-/19 academic year with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s incomplete final work, the masterful… Read More

Excellence is Celebrated at DePauw's Annual University Awards Convocation

April 29, 2019

Liam Byrnes is the recipient of the 2019 Walker Cup, given by DePauw University to the senior who has done the most for the college during their four years… Read More

University Bands and Dance Collaborate in Sunday Performance

April 26, 2019

The DePauw Symphonic Band and DePauw University Band, conducted by Professor Craig Paré, will present a celebratory end-of-the-year concert this weekend… Read More

DePauw Jazz Ensemble Presents Year-End Concert Tuesday

April 21, 2019

The DePauw University Jazz Ensemble will take the stage in Moore Theatre one more time before the end of the School of Music’s 2018/19 concert season.… Read More

After 40+ Years Making Music Together, Mike Wanchic '74 & John Mellencamp Still "Satisfying Ourselves Artistically"

April 20, 2019

"We never succumbed and moved to the coast," Mike Wanchic, guitarist and leader of John Mellencamp's band, says. "We stayed in Bloomington, Indiana, and… Read More

Nashville Symphony Appoints Kevin Bate '07 Principal Cello

April 19, 2019

Kevin Bate, a 2007 graduate of DePauw University, has been appointed principal cello for the Nashville Symphony. Bate, who joined the orchestra in 2015… Read More

2019 Concerto Competition Winners Take Center Stage Sunday

April 11, 2019

In one of the DePauw University School of Music’s most anticipated events of the year, winners of the annual Concerto Competition will take center stage… Read More

Engage with Guest Artists in "Contagious Listening" at Final Green Concert Friday

April 2, 2019

The International Contemporary Ensemble’s 2018-19 residency at DePauw University will culminate this week in the final Green Guest Artist Concert of the… Read More

Amalia Crevani '21 to be Inducted Into Her High School's 'Hall of Fame for the Arts'

March 22, 2019

DePauw University sophomore Amalia Crevani is among ten individuals -- eight alumni and two teachers -- who have been selected for the first induction… Read More

Three to Receive Honorary Doctorates at DePauw's 180th Commencement Ceremony

March 19, 2019

Three distinguished individuals -- Iraqi American artist and educator Wafaa Bilal; historian, author and professor Ann G. Carmichael; and noted jazz trumpeter… Read More

Faculty Select Series Brings Together Alumni, Faculty and Guest Artists

March 12, 2019

Before taking a brief hiatus for spring break, DePauw University will present “Percussionist Ming-Hui Kuo and Friends” for its final Faculty Select series… Read More

Music on the Square Presents a Night of Cabaret Friday

March 12, 2019

“What good is sitting alone in your room?”  Come hear the music play at Music on the Square this Friday, March 15 at 7:30 p.m. as the DePauw School of… Read More

DePauw Jazz Ensemble Serves Up "Little Big Band" Sunday

March 11, 2019

The DePauw Jazz Ensemble, led by Professor Steve Snyder, will present the first of its two spring concerts Sunday, March 17 at 4 p.m. in the Green Center… Read More

DePauw Choirs Travel the World in Wednesday Concert

March 10, 2019

Eric Schmidt, DePauw University’s director of choral activities, will conduct “Your Land, My Land,” a joint concert by the University Chorus and the DePauw… Read More

"The Pre-eminent American Choral Conductor of His Generation," Joseph Flummerfelt '58, is Remembered in the New York Times

March 6, 2019

"The country is absolutely populated with people who studied with Joe," choral conductor and educator Donald Nally tells the New York Times of Joseph R… Read More

Prof. Craig Paré Will Be Guest Conductor at Iowa's Dorian Band Festival

February 27, 2019

Craig Paré, professor of music at DePauw University and director of the University Band, will serve as a guest conductor at the annual Dorian Band Festival… Read More

'Spanish Music from Gran Canaria' to be Featured in March 7 M2 Concert

February 26, 2019

Has Central Indiana weather got you thinking wistfully of sun-warmed sands somewhere closer to the equator? There's no passport needed to make your way… Read More

International Composer Bright Sheng at DePauw for 'Music of the 21st Century,' Feb. 25 - March 1

February 20, 2019

For DePauw University’s 2019 Music of the 21st Century festival, the School of Music is honored to welcome one of the leading composers of our time, Bright… Read More

Weekly Newspaper Spotlights Classical Pianist Joshua Thompson '04

February 19, 2019

"As he’s pursued his classical music aspirations, [Joshua] Thompson has received help and support from several individuals along the way, including fellow… Read More

Faculty Select Series Features Telos Trio in 'Gathering Light'

February 16, 2019

As winter days slowly lengthen into spring, the Telos Trio, Wednesday’s Faculty Select guest artists from the Hochstein School in New York, extend an invitation… Read More

Indy Star Previews Feb. 22 Performance by Joshua Thompson '04

February 3, 2019

Joshua Thompson, a 2004 graduate of DePauw University, is among the artists who will be showcased in "Art & Soul" concerts, presented by the Arts Council… Read More

DePauw Opera Brings to Life the Magic of Massenet's Cinderella, Feb. 7-10

February 1, 2019

The DePauw University School of Music will present an imaginative production of Jules Massenet’s 1899 fairytale opera Cinderella in four performances Thursday… Read More

Indianapolis Symphony Returns to DePauw Feb. 3 with International Guest Artists

January 27, 2019

When the award-winning German cellist Julian Steckel takes the stage during the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s return to DePauw University's  Kresge… Read More

Student Journalists Peter Nicieja '20 & Katie Hunger '21 to Join in Carnegie-Knight News21 Investigation into Disaster Recovery

January 23, 2019

Two DePauw University undergraduates -- junior Peter Nicieja and sophomore Katlyn Hunger -- are among 24 students from 19 college journalism programs across… Read More

Japan's National Public TV Outlet Spotlights Performance by DePauw Chamber Symphony

January 16, 2019

Calling members of the DePauw University Chamber Symphony students from "prestigious" American music school, Japan's NHK broadcast a clip of the ensemble's… Read More

DePauw Chamber Symphony Performs Tuesday Before Beginning Tour of Japan

January 5, 2019

In preparation for its Winter Term 2019 tour of Japan, the DePauw Chamber Symphony will play a send-off concert in Kresge Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday… Read More

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