Duke Notes 11/20/2013

Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Graduate student Harrison Russin's op-ed in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Chembo Corniel with the Djembe Ensemble, Duke Chorale Christmas concert, and the Symphony Orchestra plays Wagner. READ IT HERE.

Faculty News: November 2013

Tuesday, November 5, 2013
Bryan Gilliam, Frances Hill Fox Professor in Humanities, will deliver the paper, "Rounding Wagner's Mountain: Richard Strauss and Modern German Opera" on November 24 at the Wagner Society of New York's 34th Annual Seminar: Wagner and Strauss. ************* Composer John Supko, Hunt Family... Read More »

Duke Notes 11/05/2013

Tuesday, November 5, 2013
Premiere of John Supko's ALL SOULS, Djembe & Afro-Cuban Ensembles, videos for spring classes. READ IT HERE.

Encounters partners with Duke Performances for 2013-14 yMusic Residency

Tuesday, November 5, 2013
Encounters: with the music of our time is joining with Duke Performances and the Office of the Vice Provost for the Arts, Duke University, to present a yearlong residency with New York sextet yMusic. yMusic will work with graduate composition students in the Department of Music, presenting... Read More »

Spring 2014 Class Videos

Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Making Music Today (Stephen Jaffe) "Making Music Today with Duke Performances" (Music 089.2S) is a seminar for first-year students only. Taught by Stephen Jaffe, Mary and James H. Semans Professor of Music Composition, the course emphasizes becoming an informed listener. Students... Read More »

Fall 2013

Monday, October 28, 2013
Music 561 Analysis of Early Music Professor Thomas Brothers   This course explores five different areas of analysis for polyphonic music ca. 1450-1525: 1) paraphrase of plainchant; 2) word-music relations; 3) modality; 4) texture; 5) pace, variety and design. Our focus... Read More »

New Program Connects Arts with Science

Thursday, October 24, 2013
Hans J. Van Miegroet wants to expand on the traditional college lecture by bringing theory and practice together.He wants to expand creativity in the student experience and better provide the immersion many arts and humanities students need to grasp subject matter that is more complex, multifaceted... Read More »

Jake Grusd: Student Sings for Opera and Economics

Thursday, October 24, 2013
Jake Grusd isn't unique.  There really may be many other students who love studying and singing opera as much as they thrill to economics. But the first-year Duke student stands out in his passion for both fields and in the ways he takes learning beyond what he picks up in the classroom.... Read More »

Duke Notes 10/23/2013

Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Music Department ensembles give their first performances in newly-renovated Baldwin Auditorium, jazz with Willie Murillo and Becky Martin, Fanfare interview with R. Larry Todd, and more.  Read it here.

Faculty News: October 2013

Wednesday, October 23, 2013
John Brown, Associate Professor of the Practice of Music and Director of the Duke Jazz Program, produced and performed on a CD that has made the initial cut, and is among those in preliminary consideration for, the 56th GRAMMY Awards.  Christmas, by Nnenna Freelon and the John Brown Big... Read More »