Rolim wins Bosendorfer competition Reply

Master of Music candidate Ronaldo Rolim (BM ’10), a student of Benjamin Pasternack, won the Bösendorfer US-ASU International Piano Competition at Arizona State University in January. Rolim also won the The Sarra and Emmanuil Senderov Award for the most outstanding performance of a composition by a Russian composer. As winner, Rolim will perform a solo recital at the Bösendorfer Saal in Vienna, Austria, and concerto performances with The Phoenix Symphony.

Bruno Walter National Conductor Preview Reply

Joseph Young (AD ’09) has been selected by the League of American Orchestras as one of six conductors to be showcased in the 2011 Bruno Walter National Conductor Preview, scheduled for February 17 and hosted by the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. The six winners were chosen from a pool of 150 applicants, and were selected for their experience, talent, and potential to assume a greater leadership role with an American orchestra. Young was the first Peabody-BSO Conducting Fellow.