The School of Music in the Media

” ‘Moog’nificent” – Electro-Acoustic research space opens at School of Music: Isthmus, 9.14.17

Electro-acoustic music now part of UW: WSJ, 9.11.17

“Making a Difference” with Carilloneur Lyle Anderson: NBC 15, WMTV, 8.29.17

Ode to a drowned city: Cellist Matt Haimovitz and the UW Concert Choir: Isthmus, 4.20.17

Real-life drama: Schwendinger’s “Artemisia” opera will premiere in New York City: Isthmus, 1.5.17

Tribute to John Adams (with pianist Christopher Taylor): LA Times, 1.24.17

Beaver Dam native soars as trumpet player in Madison: Beaver Dam Daily Citizen, 1.14.17

Making a scene: Johannes Wallmann spreads the gospel of jazz  Isthmus 12.8.2016

UW music professor finds keys to success through new invention: The Badger Herald, 10.11.2016

“The Grand Design,” on pianist Christopher Taylor’s new “Hyperpiano”: Isthmus, 9.23.16

Laura Schwendinger pens opera about neglected female composer: Wisconsin Gazette, 5.19.16

Wallmann, Jazz program inspires young jazz artists: UW News, 5.5.16

“Out of the Shadows” Puts Jewish Artists in the Spotlight: Madison Magazine, 5.3.16

Jewish Culture in the Spotlight: Isthmus, 4.21.16

A smaller piano for bigger artistry: WSJ, 2.14.16

An astonishing success- “Transformations,” an adult-only opera, packs a powerful punch: Isthmus, 3.13.16

“Schubertiade” should serve as a model for other concerts: The Well-Tempered Ear, 2.4.16

“Perfect debut concert” by new violin professor: The Well-Tempered Ear, 11.19.15

Musical homecoming – Composers return to Madison: Isthmus, 11.6.15

World-class talent: New violin professor Soh-Hyun Park Altino: Isthmus, 11.5.15

A delightful “Marriage of Figaro”: Isthmus, 10.24.15

University Opera marries all the best elements of a Mozart masterpiece: Madison Magazine, 10.24.15

Buried Treasures – Performing the Jewish Archive: Isthmus, 8.26.15

Global Jewish music project comes to Madison: WSJ, 8.17.15

JACK Quartet arrives to perform Laura Schwendinger’s new work – and play in the dark: WSJ, 5.4.15

Milwaukee siblings Malkia and Nathaniel Stampley share stage in ‘Color Purple’: Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, 9.14.2014

Former jazz professor Joan Wildman recalls “sorry state” of jazz scene, sees tremendous strides: Isthmus, 4.9.15

Madison Symphony performance shows range of Christopher Taylor: Capital Times, 4.11.15

Trombone alumnus makes Cuban music his passion: WSJ, 3.8.15

Music ed alumnus Ben Ferris shows how to be an arts entrepreneur: Capital Times, 3.4.15

Soprano and alumna Emily Birsan profiled in Classical Singer magazine 1.25.15

Fischer and Lutes team up for “Schubertiade” house concert in Mills Hall: WSJ 1.25.15

School of Music doctoral composition student Sin Young Park wins first prize in the 2015 Delta Omicron Triennial Composition Competition

The girls in the band: Ingrid Jensen and other women greats of jazz: WSJ, 12.5.14

For Pianist Christopher Taylor, Two Hands are Better than One: Wall Street Journal 11.20.14

Albert Herring an enjoyable debut for visiting opera director David Ronis  Isthmus 10.28.14

University Opera gets an acting lesson from visiting prof David Ronis: Cap Times, 10.12.14

Something New for Amateur Night: Nonprofessional Musicians Like Contemporary Challenges  NYT 10.3.14

UW-Madison unveils ambitious School of Music plans: WI State Journal, 9.25.14

Educators in their Virtuoso Years: Leonard Shure and Howard Karp: NYT

Howard Karp, accomplished pianist and musical patriarch, has died WSJ

Cellists move and groove  WSJ

Richard Davis: The face of the bass Isthmus

Reading music in a new way: Blind scholar’s invention could bring music to many  WSJ

Blind pianist creates 3D musical score CCTV News

40 years of striking up the UW Varsity Band Channel 3000

 Co-conductors Beverly Taylor and Adam Kluck explain the appeal of Sergei Rachmaninoff’s “Vespers” and why they are hard to perform and exotic to hear for Western ears Well-Tempered Ear

Doug Moe: Life, love and opera- Karlos Moser and the Hyperion Foxtrot Orchestra hold a reunion concertDoug Moe, WSJ

William Farlow says goodbye to University Opera with Berlioz’s take on a beloved Shakespeare comedy Isthmus

Farlow’s UW Opera Farewell an Afternoon of Smiles Classically Speaking

For Pro Arte Quartet, the Hits Just Keep On Coming Classically Speaking

Music historian and School of Music director Susan C. Cook discusses the Beatles on Channel 3’s “Live at Five.” 

“Symphony Showcase” makes its mark The Well-Tempered Ear

Pianist Christopher Taylor profiled in Madison Magazine 

Clocks in Motion profiled in the Wisconsin State Journal 

Richard Davis to receive Jazz Master Award on Jan. 13 from the National Endowment for the Arts

Watch Davis talk about his career, including performing with Sarah Vaughan and Leonard Bernstein, in this video.

Youth Symphony Orchestra founder Dr. Marvin Rabin passes, at age 97 Wisconsin State Journal

A convincing performance by the Choral Union John W. Barker, The Well-Tempered Ear

UW Symphony turns in a magnificent performance John W. Barker, The Well-Tempered Ear

Ilona Kombrink, celebrated professor of voice, dies at 80 UW News

First-year student remembered for love of music, nature: Cassidy Fritsch, a member of the All-University String Orchestra, died unexpectedly Oct. 9 The Weekly

The Lights Are Still On for Pro Arte Party Greg Hettsmanberger

Let us now praise University of Wisconsin conductor James Smith and the UW Symphony Orchestra John Barker, Isthmus

UW Music Brings Homecoming a Little Early Greg Hettsmanberger

Ringing cell phones and coughing made Saturday’s concert by the UW-Madison’s Clocks in Motion enthralling and unforgettable SOM violist Mikko Utevsky guest blogs for The Well-Tempered Ear

UW alums on Broadway return for a Madison concert WSJ

Susan C. Cook writes a new tune for the UW music school Isthmus

Our own Richard Davis receives the nation’s highest award for jazz Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

Marc Fink, from hobo to oboe WSJ column by Doug Moe

Gamelan music takes center stage Isthmus

From Baroque to beatboxing, flutes strut their stuff Isthmus

John Barker’s review of L’Amico Fritz Isthmus

Bringing out your inner geek: UW composition student Nicholas Connors premieres a musical: Badger Herald review

A milestone of note for the Wisconsin Brass Quintet Wisconsin State Journal and 77 Square

Undergrad violist Mikko Utevsky is honored by WISC-Channel 3 for his service to the community The Well-Tempered Ear

Undergrad violinist Alice Bartsch solos with the Middleton Community Orchestra Classically Speaking

UW pays tribute to Dexter Gordon Isthmus

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