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Kreisler at K

The Kreisler Trio with a piano, a cello and a violin The Kreisler Trio will present a concert of works by Mozart, Beethoven, and Hummel–performed on period instruments–on Sunday evening, October 20, at 8 PM in Dalton Theatre of the Light Fine Arts Building on the Kalamazoo College campus. The event … Continue reading

K Professor Honored at International Conductors’ Competition

orchestra conductor Andrew Koehler, associate professor of music at Kalamazoo College and music director of the Kalamazoo Philharmonia and the Kalamazoo Junior Symphony Orchestra, was recently honored at the 9th Grzegorz Fitelberg International Competition for Conductors, one of the more prestigious international … Continue reading

Bach Festival Christmas Concert on December 2

On Sunday, December 2nd, at 4:00 p.m. in Stetson Chapel, the Bach Festival Chorus will present its annual BachFest Christmas! concert featuring works by Bach, Handel, Mendelssohn, and others. Lyric soprano Rhea Olivaccé will make her Kalamazoo debut with a … Continue reading

Tan Earns Lucasse Lectureship

By Rachel Leider ’15 Siu-Lan Tan, associate professor of psychology, has earned Kalamazoo College’s highest annual honor for classroom teaching, the Florence J. Lucasse Lectureship for Excellence in Teaching. The “Lucasse,” was established in 1979 in honor of Florence J. … Continue reading

Voice Performance Students Place in Regional Audition

Three of Professor of Music Jim Turner’s voice students placed in the 2012 Great Lakes Regional National Association of Teachers of Singing auditions, which were held in early March at Grand Valley State University. Hannah Shaughnessey-Mogil ’14 was awarded an Honorable Mention … Continue reading

Canasta Chamber Pop Group Plays Mongolia

Usually if you wanted to hear the chamber pop group Canasta (featuring “K” alums Matt Priest ’97 and Elizabeth Lindau ’97) you’d drive to Chicago. But attending a concert in early February would have meant a longer trip…to Mongolia. Canasta members trekked to the Far … Continue reading