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Bibbins Hall (Conservatory of Music)

77 West College Street, Oberlin, OH 44074

Photo by Janine Bentivegna

The Conservatory of Music's main teaching building has 40 studios and 10 classrooms. Private instruction, ensemble coaching, and classroom instruction take place here. The building also houses offices of faculty members and the conservatory deans, in addition to studios for TIMARA (Technology in Music and the Related Arts). Minoru Yamasaki designed Bibbins Hall in 1963 in a style that closely resembles his later design of the former World Trade Center in New York City.

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Composition Forum: Bernard Rands, composer

Composition Forum: Bernard Rands, composer 3/30 4:30pm

A guest lecture/composition forum by composer Bernard Rands. -- Through more than a hundred published works and many recordings, Bernard Rands is...

Guest Master Class: OCBMG presents George Shirley, tenor

Guest Master Class: OCBMG presents George... 3/30 4:30pm

Oberlin College Black Musicians' Guild brings renowned tenor George Shirley to Oberlin for a voice master class. George Irving Shirley (born April 18,...

Guitars and Veenas: Tracing My Indian Roots Through Music

Guitars and Veenas: Tracing My Indian Roots... 4/1 4pm

Each year, Oberlin Shansi provides grants to Oberlin College and Conservatory of Music students for the purpose of promoting individual and creative...

Mindful Self Compassion with Martin Thomson-Jones

Mindful Self Compassion with Martin Thomson-Jones 4/5 12pm

Associate Professor of Philosophy Martin Thomson-Jones will lead the second two workshops on the practice of Mindful Self-Compassion. Participants will...

Guest Master Class: Eric Kutz, cello

Guest Master Class: Eric Kutz, cello 4/6 7pm

A guest master class by Eric Kutz, cello. -- Cellist Eric Kutz has captivated audiences across both North America and Europe. He comes to the University of...

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