The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music



Biography

As one of the world’s premiere music schools, the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music maintains a distinguished reputation for the quality of its music programs and the professional preparation it affords graduates. Students from all 50 states and over 55 countries study in a conservatory atmosphere with 170 full-time faculty members who are among the best performers and educators in the world. Talented students consistently win national and international competitions and advance to significant careers in performance and teaching. The Jacobs School offers over 1,100 performances, including 7 fully staged operas and 3 ballets, annually. World-renowned faculty, exceptional students, and incomparable artistic achievement are the hallmarks of the tradition at the Jacobs School of Music, which touches virtually every segment of musical life in the Americas and beyond.

Watch Past Performances

Video 2/20/2015: Indiana University Jacobs School of Music

Students perform a violin sonata by Debussy; Liszt’s Sposalizio from Années de Pèlerinage for piano; songs by Haydn, R. Strauss, and Menotti for soprano; and a string quartet by Bartók. Part of the Conservatory Project.

Video 2/19/2014: Organ Showcase

Students from participating Conservatory Project schools play selections from works by Widor, Schumann, Buxtehude, Smetana, Shostakovich, Demessieux, Litaize, Albright, Dupre, Ellington, Bach, Cochereau, and others on the Rubenstein Family Organ. Part of the Conservatory Project.

Video 3/6/2012: The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music

Students play a program featuring works by Bach, Weber, Bizet, de Falla, Rossini, Scriabin, Shostakovich, Rachmaninoff, and Kapustin. Part of the Conservatory Project.

Video 5/14/2010: The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music

Students Davin Lee, cello; Carlin Ma, piano; Meeyoun Park, piano; Amanda Russo, mezzo-soprano; Daniel Stein, flute; and Christopher Van Leeuwen, trumpet, perform works by Tomasi, Debussy, Paganini, and others.

The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music