Oberlin Conservatory of Music announces resident Jacob Street will receive the $10,000 Rubin Prize for Music Criticism.
Thursday, January 26, 2012
The following was submitted by the Oberlin Conservatory of Music: At the culminating ceremony held on campus, Oberlin Conservatory of Music announced the recipients of the two Prizes of its new biennial Stephen and Cynthia Rubin Institute for Music Criticism, the first- ever program of its kind focusing on performance and performance review. Oberlin Conservatory of Music Dean David H. Stull ’89, and Stephen Rubin, President and Publisher of Henry Holt & Co. and benefactor of The Rubin Institute, awarded Rubin Institute Fellow Jacob Street of North Reading, Massachusetts, the $10,000 Rubin Prize in Music Criticism. Mr. Street will use the Prize to support further study or internships in the field of music criticism over the next two years. …
Jacob Street will participate in the week-long series of public and private events comprising The Rubin Institute for Music Criticism and be considered for the $10,000 Rubin Prize in Music Criticism.
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Sunday, December 18, 2011
The following was submitted by Oberlin Conservatory of Music: Earlier this fall, Oberlin Conservatory of Music announced a creative new program with a focus on music criticism, The Stephen and Cynthia Rubin Institute for Music Criticism. A biennial week- long event, the Institute aims to be a positive force in the art of writing and talking about music, as well as a catalyst in sparking dialogue on the topic. Today, David H. Stull, ’89 Dean of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, announced the names of the students, including resident Jacob Street, who have been selected to participate in the inaugural Rubin Institute this January 18 – 22, 2012. The students, known as Rubin Institute Fellows, will: -attend all of the Institute’s events; -…