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Oberlin Conservatory of Music

Oberlin Conservatory of Music, a National Medal of Arts recipient, is recognized as one of the foremost professional training institutions in the world. Praised as a "national treasure" by the Washington Post, the conservatory is situated amid the intellectual vitality of Oberlin College creating an unparalleled learning environment. As the oldest continuously operating conservatory in the United States, Oberlin is renowned for its success in generating exceptional artists who have attained international stature. Oberlin's alumni enjoy illustrious careers in all aspects of the music world. They have achieved prominence as solo performers; chamber, orchestral, and jazz musicians; composers; conductors; and music educators, scholars, and administrators -- among them Denyce Graves, Christopher Rouse, David Zinman, Dorothy Delay, Steven Isserlis, Jennifer Koh, Claire Chase, Jeremy Denk, Robert Spano, Sullivan Fortner, Rhiannon Giddens, Du Yun, and founding members of Eighth Blackbird, Miro Quartet, and the International Contemporary Ensemble. Graduates of Oberlin include a multitude of Grammy Award winners, Pulitzer Prize recipients, and MacArthur "genius award" Fellows. Oberlin Conservatory of Music also offers a series of music workshops and institutes during the summer months. Our programs are open to high school and college students, teachers, and accomplished amateurs offering exceptional opportunities for those who want to develop performance and teaching skills, expand repertoire, build technique, and generally enjoy music-making and performances in a supportive and collegial atmosphere. Participants study with members of the conservatory's distinguished resident and guest faculty and have full use of the conservatory's exceptional facilities. Participants may also be eligible to receive college credit. For more information visit www.oberlin.edu/con For a complete list of programs visit http://new.oberlin.edu/office/summer-programs
77 W. College Street 39 W. College Street
Oberlin, OH 44074
Contact: Cathy Partlow Strauss, Director, Conservatory Communications
P: (440) 775-8121
P: (440) 775-8328
Record Labels: Oberlin Music, distributed by NAXOS DIRECT: Songtree: Music of Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon OC18-03 Convergent Winds: Music of Paul Hindemith OC18-02 Syzygy OC18-01 Under One Sun OC17-04 Myth & Tradition OC17-03 Groove Dreams OC17-02 Mozart Among Friends OC17-01 Ginastera: One Hundred OC16-04 Wordless Verses OC16-03 What Think You I Take My Pen in Hand to Record? OC16-02 Dvorák, Shostakovich & Tower: Piano Trios OC16-01 full moon in the city OC15-05 Gabrieli: Music for Brass Ensemble OC15-04 Hindson: Flute Concerto 'House Music' Toward the Curve OC15-02 The Reckless Heart OC15-01 Allusions to Seasons and Weather OC 14-02 Luciano Berio: Sequenza VIII & Corale - Huang Ruo: 4 Fragments & "Omnipresence" OC14-01 Ravel: Intimate Masterpieces OC 13-04 Palomo: The Sneetches OC 13-03 Hypersuite 2: Music for Solo Cello OC13-02 A Place Toward Other Places OC13-1 Oberlin Conservatory Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall OC08-1 Beauty Surrounds Us OC07-1B Oberlin Orchestra in China OC06-1 Oberlin Chamber Orchestra with Sir Simon Rattle, conductor and Alyson Cambridge soprano OC05-1 SOLD OUT
Camps & Workshops: Oberlin Conservatory Summer Programs include: Baroque Performance Institute - all ages Flute Academy - high school Milt Hinton Institute for Studio Bass - biennial; all ages Oberlin in Italy - opera program in Arezzo, Italy; university and pre-professional ages Percussion Institute - high school Piano Festival - middle and high school Sonic Arts Workshop - electroacoustic music composition; high school Trumpet Workshop - high school Vocal Academy - high school Young Composers Workshop - high school Academy for High School Organists
Colleges, Universities & Conservatories: Oberlin Conservatory of Music is a division of Oberlin College and Conservatory.
Relevance: Jazz, Band & Orchestra, Choral

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