Matthew E. Campbell fall '08 EIC

Class of 2009

Articles

  • Don’t blame just CEOs

    CEOs and investment bankers have come under fire for their hefty multi-million-dollar compensation packages. Amid the confusion of their companies’ collapses, they have apparently been trying to swindle employees and shareholders out of the spoils.

    Forum | November 17, 2008
  • Stumbling over Shostakovich

    The Emerson Quartet launched the Pittsburgh Chamber Music Society’s 46th season with their customary perfection last Monday at Carnegie Music Hall, with quartets by Haydn (in “F major, Opus 74, No. 2”), Dvorák (“No. 14 in A-flat major, Opus 105”), and Shostakovich (“No. 14 in F-sharp major, Opus 142”).

    Pillbox | November 3, 2008
  • Philharmonic tries out new conductor

    The Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic auditioned its second music director “candidate” of the season Friday night at Carnegie Music Hall in a program that included Mozart’s overture to The Magic Flute, Sibelius’ “Violin Concerto in D minor, Opus 47,” and Shostakovich’s “Symphony No. 5 in D minor, Opus 47.” After his lukewarm and messy performance, though, David Loebel might as well move on — it’...

    Pillbox | November 3, 2008
  • School of Music announces guest conductor

    After much hype, the School of Music has revealed the identity of the celebrity conductor who will conduct the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic’s Jan. 30 concert at Carnegie Hall in New York. Keith Lockhart, Carnegie Mellon alumnus and conductor of the Boston Pops and Utah Symphony, will conduct the performance.

    Pillbox | October 27, 2008
  • Emerson Quartet plays at Carnegie Music Hall

    The Emerson Quartet returns to Pittsburgh tonight when it opens the Pittsburgh Chamber Music Society’s 2008–09 season. At 8 p.m. at Carnegie Music Hall, the eight-time Grammy Award-winning Emerson Quartet will play quartets by Haydn (in F major, Opus 74, No. 1), Shostakovich (No. 14), and Dvorak (No. 14).

    Pillbox | October 27, 2008