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Organ

IU Jacobs School of Music publishes 'The Art of Descant and Free Harmonization' by Dean Emeritus Charles H. Webb

In celebration of the 80th birthday of Dean Emeritus Charles H. Webb Jr., the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music is pleased to announce the publication of "The Art of Descant and Free Harmonization," a book of more than 200 choral and organ descants that accompany a wide variety of hymns.   Full Story >>

Jacobs School appoints Espen Jensen director of admissions and financial aid

The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music is pleased to announce that Norwegian-born Espen Jensen is its new director of admissions and financial aid. He began his activities as director March 18, 2013.   Full Story >>

Organ conference features ‘New Fingers for Old Music’ at the Jacobs School

The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music Organ Department is proud to partner with its alumni group, Indiana Organists United, in a three-day celebration of workshops, lectures, panel discussions and concert performances Sept. 17-19.   Full Story >>

Free lunchtime organ recitals continue at IU Auditorium during the 2012-13 Season

Organ Recitals

Indiana University Auditorium, the Bloomington chapter of the American Guild of Organists and the IU Jacobs School of Music are pleased to announce the continuation of lunchtime organ recitals through the 2012-13 season, performed by Jacobs organ students. The first of these free recitals is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 14, at the IU Auditorium.

Jacobs School of Music acquires significant pipe organ for Alumni Hall

Just two years following the installation of a major pipe organ in Auer Hall on Indiana University's Bloomington campus, the Jacobs School of Music has announced the acquisition of a second major instrument built by C.B. Fisk, America's leading organ builder.   Full Story >>

Jacobs Scholar Katie Minion wins national competition for organists

Congratulations to undergraduate Jacobs Scholar Katie Minion, winner of the Arthur Poister Scholarship Competition in Organ Playing, a prestigious national competition for organists under the age of 30. Minion is a student of Professor Janette Fishell, chair of the Jacobs School Organ Department.   Full Story >>