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An Eastman Summer by the Numbers

The faculty and students of this year’s Orff Schulwerk Teacher Education Course, celebrating the program’s 25th anniversary at Eastman. Photo: Amanda Sharpe. by Andrea Schuler, Summer@Eastman Program Coordinator Summer@Eastman packed an amazing amount of music, study, and fun into just … Continue reading 

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Food for “Improvisation-Hungry Musicians”: Johnandrew Slominski Talks about Classical Music on the Spot

by Andrea Schuler, Summer@Eastman Program Coordinator Members of the 2015 Classical Music on the Spot class, with instructors Gilad Rabinovitch (wearing a blue shirt) and Johnandrew Slominski (wearing a tie), both in the back row Eastman Assistant Professor of Theory … Continue reading 

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“THE PHYSICAL REALITY OF BEING HUMAN”: Monica Dale discusses music and Dalcroze Eurhythmics

Dalcroze Eurhythmics teacher Monica Dale by Andrea Schuler, Summer@Eastman Program Coordinator “Pity the musicians; they never get to dance.” One of the central paradoxes of being a performing musician is the fact that so often, while playing, we experience our … Continue reading 

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COMBINING FORCES: Ann Howard Jones talks about Brahms’s Ein deutsches Requiem

Ann Howard Jones conducting the Boston University Symphony Orchestra by Andrea Schuler, Summer@Eastman Program Coordinator Summer@Eastman’s Advanced Choral Conducting institute is a perennial student favorite and one of the most eagerly-anticipated classes on the summer calendar. The five-day course takes … Continue reading 

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CAFÉS, CROISSANTS, AND CONTEMPORARY MUSIC: AN EASTMAN SUMMER IN PARIS

Contemporary music theory in Paris: the 2014 “Study Abroad in Paris” group with director Robert Hasegawa (back row, in striped shirt). by Andrea Schuler, Summer@Eastman Program Coordinator Paris vacations never really need justification, but if you’re seeking intellectual and musical … Continue reading 

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“ALL MUSIC WAS BRAND-NEW ONCE”: an interview with Peter Kolkay of Dark in the Song

Bassoonist Peter Kolkay (MM ’00) returns to Eastman for this summer’s NewBassoon Workshop by Andrea Schuler, Summer@Eastman Program Coordinator No matter how many chamber music concerts you’ve attended, you’ve probably never heard anything quite like Dark in the Song. This … Continue reading 

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Eastman’s New Summer Program Coordinator

Summer@Eastman Director Sylvie Beaudette is pleased to announce the hiring of Eastman alumna Andrea Schuler as the new Summer program coordinator. Andrea holds undergraduate and graduate viola performance degrees (’91 and ’93) from the Eastman School of Music, where she … Continue reading 

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Summer@Eastman Welcomes New Summer Program Coordinator

Summer@Eastman Director Sylvie Beaudette is pleased to announce the hiring of Eastman alumna Andrea Schuler as the new Summer program coordinator. Andrea holds undergraduate and graduate viola performance degrees (’91 and ’93) from the Eastman School of Music, where she … Continue reading 

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