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Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester (Uncredited)

Eastman School of Music

The Eastman School of Music educates talented musicians from around the world who become leaders and innovators in all fields of music. Established in 1921 by Eastman Kodak Company founder and visionary George Eastman, the School—part of the University of Rochester (NY)—has achieved international prominence through its enduring commitment to the highest standards of artistry, scholarship, and leadership. More than 900 students are enrolled in the collegiate division of the Eastman School—about 500 undergraduate students and 325 graduate students. They come from almost every state, and approximately 20% are from other countries. Each year, about 260 new students enroll, selected from more than 1,400 applications.

Watch Past Performances

Eastman School of Music 4/23/14: Eastman School of Music

Students play Balakirev’s Islamey, Fantasie Orientale; Ravel’s Tzigane; Zyman’s Sonata; Young and Elliott’s “A Weaver of Dreams;” and selections from Puccini’s Turandot and Beethoven’s Piano Trio in B-flat major, Op. 97 “Archduke.” Part of the Conservatory Project.

Eastman School of Music

Students play Balakirev’s Islamey, Fantasie Orientale; Ravel’s Tzigane; Zyman’s Sonata; Young and Elliott’s “A Weaver of Dreams;” and selections from Puccini’s Turandot and Beethoven’s Piano Trio in B-flat major, Op. 97 “Archduke.” Part of the Conservatory Project.
Organ Showcase 2/19/14: 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.

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.
Eastman School of Music 2/12/13: Eastman School of Music

Students play works by composers Kodály, Tárrega, Wieniawski, Mendelssohn, and Debussy. Part of the Conservatory Project.

Eastman School of Music

Students play works by composers Kodály, Tárrega, Wieniawski, Mendelssohn, and Debussy. Part of the Conservatory Project.
Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester 3/7/12: Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester

Students perform a vocal program featuring works by Rossini, Mozart, Barber, Smetana, R. Strauss, Bizet, Jason Robert Brown, and Kern. Part of the Conservatory Project.

Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester

Students perform a vocal program featuring works by Rossini, Mozart, Barber, Smetana, R. Strauss, Bizet, Jason Robert Brown, and Kern. Part of the Conservatory Project.
Eastman Percussion Ensemble 4/28/11: Eastman Percussion Ensemble

Director Michael Burritt leads students in works by Edgar Varese, Henrik Strindberg, Rüdiger Pawassar, James Wood, and Michael Burritt. Part of the Conservatory Project.

Eastman Percussion Ensemble

Director Michael Burritt leads students in works by Edgar Varese, Henrik Strindberg, Rüdiger Pawassar, James Wood, and Michael Burritt. Part of the Conservatory Project.
Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester 3/3/10: Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester

Students Doug O’Connor, alto saxophone; Zhang Zuo and Lyndon Meyers, piano; Rebecca Farley, soprano; Markiyan Melnychenko, violin; and Tomasz Arnold, marimba, perform works by Bach, Chopin, Puccini, Strauss, and more. Part of the Kennedy Center Conservatory Project.

Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester

Students Doug O’Connor, alto saxophone; Zhang Zuo and Lyndon Meyers, piano; Rebecca Farley, soprano; Markiyan Melnychenko, violin; and Tomasz Arnold, marimba, perform works by Bach, Chopin, Puccini, Strauss, and more. Part of the Kennedy Center Conservatory Project.

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