New Panel Discussion! Improvisation and Ives

The second installment of the Society's popular series of panels about Charles Ives, All the Way Around and Back, has just been posted! Titled "Improvisation and Ives", this very entertaining conversation features an in-depth look at the fascinating and even surprising convergences between the music and influence of Charles Ives and the history and current practice of jazz, big band, blues, rock, film music, and pop. Moderated by Judith Tick, the panel includes Jack Cooper, Bill Frisell, Eric Hofbauer, Ethan Iverson, Phil Lesh and David Sanford. Don't miss it!

Improvisation and Ives Panel Members on Zoom

From the Ives Studio, Available Now!

Announcing a new series of videos from the Charles Ives Society! From the Ives Studio features myriad experts, who share their perspectives and wisdom on the works and life of Ives. Check back for a new video every month of 2024!

Suzanne Lovejoy, Music Librarian for Access and Research Services at the Irving S. Gilmore Music Library at Yale University, talks about the Charles Ives Papers collection at Yale and her work in the library over the last 28 years.

Suzanne Lovejoy, Music Librarian at Yale University

Listening to Charles Ives

Peter Burkholder’s Listening to Charles Ives has won an award from the Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC) for Best Historical Research in Recorded Classical Music!

Charles Ives


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The Charles Ives Society is a not-for-profit organization that was formed to stimulate public interest in the music of Charles Ives (1874-1954) and to include and encourage the performance, recording, and study of his work, and the publication of definitive editions. The Society’s revenues come from contributions, grants, and investment income.

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