{"notes":[{"name":"David S. Wiley","year":"1996","degree":"MM, DM, Conducting Instrumental","note":"David S. Wiley, MM\u201991, DM\u201996, celebrated his 20th season as music director and conductor of Virginia\u2019s Roanoke Symphony Orchestra in 2015\u201316. He also serves as music director of New York\u2019s Long Island Philharmonic. Wiley and the RSO received a Distinguished Educators Award for educational collaboration from Yale University in June 2015. He led the RSO and chorus at the Virginia state capitol on Memorial Day, 2015, and the RSO performed its first live TV educational broadcast concerts in 2015 on the Roanoke CBS affiliate, conducted by Wiley. He is active as a guest conductor, composer, and pianist. "},{"name":"C. M. Balensuela","year":"1993","degree":"PhD, Musicology","note":"DePauw University Professor of Music C. Matthew Balensuela, PhD\u201993, presented a paper, \u201cNew Paths for Music History Pedagogy: Challenges for the Next Decade,\u201d to the International Musicological Society Study Group on Transmission of Knowledge as a Primary Aim in Music Education meeting at The Juilliard School on June 21, 2015. His work as the initial editor of the Journal of Music History Pedagogy was recognized in a brief article by Scott Dirkse, \u201cMatthew Balensuela, Founding Editor of JMHP,\u201d in the Newsletter of the American Musicological Society, 45, No. 2 (August 2015): 30. His work on pedagogy in musicology is discussed more fully in Scott Dirkse\u2019s dissertation, \u201cMusic History Pedagogy in the Twenty-First Century: The Pedagogy Movement in American Musicology\u201d (PhD dissertation, University of California Santa Barbara, 2015). "},{"name":"Lisa M. Scrivani-Tidd","year":"1996","degree":"DM, Organ","note":"Lisa M. Scrivani-Tidd, DM\u201996, professor of music at the State University of New York\u2013Jefferson Community College, performed seven organ recitals of Felix Mendelssohn\u2019s works while on sabbatical leave in 2015. She also delivered presentations at several national and regional conferences. Scrivani-Tidd serves as director of music and organist at the Church of St. Lawrence in Alexandria Bay, N.Y., where she resides with her husband and two sons. "},{"name":"Angela Brown","year":"1997","degree":"Post-Grad, Performance\/Voice","note":"Angela Brown,'97, earned a Grammy Award this February for her vocal contribution on Ask Your Mama, which won the Grammy for Best Engineered Album\u2013Classical and Producer of the Year\u2013Classical. Last year, Brown was back on the IU Bloomington campus to receive IU\u2019s Distinguished Alumni Service Award."},{"name":"Matthew Balensuela","year":"1992","degree":"PhD, Musicology","note":"Matthew Balensuela (PhD \u201992, Musicology) presented a paper\r\nentitled \u201cThe Music Theory Booklet Balliol\r\n173A ff. 74r\u201381v: Copying and Content of an\r\nEarly Medieval Theory Miscellany\u201d at the Midwest\r\nChapter meeting of AMS in October 2016.\r\nHe also presented \u201cSocial Dancing and Jazz Debates\r\nin the 1920s-1930s: Race, Class, and Gender\r\nat the Indiana Roof Ballroom\u201d as part of the\r\nMilton Steinhardt Musicology Lecture Series at\r\nthe University of Kansas in October 2015. "},{"name":"Brian Hart","year":"1994","degree":"PhD, Musicology","note":"Brian Hart (PhD \u201994) published an article on\r\nVincent d\u2019Indy for Oxford Bibliographies Online.\r\nHe has also written the articles on C\u00e9sar Franck\r\nand Arthur Honegger and has been invited to\r\nwrite the articles on Albert Roussel and Ernest\r\nChausson. Brian currently serves as general editor\r\nfor the fifth volume of A. Peter Brown\u2019s The Symphonic\r\nRepertoire, to be published by Indiana\r\nUniversity Press: The Symphony in the Americas.\r\nThe volume will cover the history of the symphony\r\nin the United States and Latin America from\r\nthe early nineteenth century to the present day,\r\nincluding works written as recently as 2014. At\r\nthe 2015 AMS meeting he moderated a panel with\r\nfive of the authors concerning issues about American\r\nmusic and the symphony raised by their research.\r\n"},{"name":"Scott Weiss","year":"1990","degree":"BSOF, Trumpet","note":"Scott Weiss (BSOF 1990) has been appointed to the Director of Orchestras position at the University of South Carolina where he has served as the Sarah Bolick Smith Professor of Music since 2010. Scott travels to China regularly where he has conducted many of that country\u2019s leading symphony orchestras, including the Shenzhen Symphony, the Hunan Symphony, the Shandong Symphony, the Inner-Mongolia Symphony, and the Nanchang Philharmonic. Recent teaching residencies include those at the University of Western Australia, the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, and the Shanghai Conservatory of Music. A passionate advocate of new music, Scott has commissioned dozens of new works by many of today\u2019s leading composers, and he has a series of critically-acclaimed recordings on the Naxos and Summit Records labels."}]}