When Caroline Shaw ’04 submitted “Partita for Eight Voices” to the Pulitzer Prize committee, she thought it was simply a way to get the high-profile judges to listen to the song and the group she performed with, Roomful of Teeth. Since winning the 2013 Pulitzer Prize in Music, Shaw has emerged as the face of a flourishing scene of young composers who are blurring the lines between classical and indie music.
Caroline Shaw ’04’s ‘Partita’ lands on NYT’s Where Music is Going list
Arun Netravalli '69 awarded Marconi Prize for his work in digital video technologyread story
Ezra “Bud” Brown ’65 named Alumni Distinguished Professor for second timeread story
Andrea Jain '09 appointed editor of the Journal of the American Academy of Religionread story