Rothman, Lipman will present guest residency at Glenn Korff School of Music
calendar icon10 Jan 2018
Composer/Consultant/Music Preparer Philip Rothman and Actress/Producing Artistic Director Jake Lipman will present a guest residency at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Glenn Korff School of Music on January 17-19, 2018.
The residency by the guest artists Rothman and Lipman will include a presentation about their collaboration on "The Inn at Lake Devine" and the process leading up to it, including Rothman’s work scoring music to film, and their previous collaboration on "Our Town". The presentation will take place on Thursday, January 18 at 3:30 p.m. in the Westbrook Recital Hall as part of a combined Undergraduate Convocation and Graduate Colloquia. The presentation will conclude with a conversation with the artists, moderated by Glenn Korff School of Music Director Dr. Sergio Ruiz.
They will also be working with film and theatre students at UNL as well as spending time with GKSOM composition students.
About Lipman and Rothman:
Philip Rothman is a composer, orchestrator and music preparer. He has degrees from Rice University and Juilliard, and has lived and worked in New York City for the past 20 years. His business, NYC Music Services, is one of the top music preparation firms in the country. His blog, Scoring Notes, is the industry's leading web site about music notation software and technology, receiving more than 50,000 visitors each month. His most recent projects include arranging music for Carnegie Hall's education programs, preparing new editions of Aaron Copland's music, and orchestrating music for the feature film "Wonder", currently in theaters.
Jake Lipman is an actor, director, and producer. She was trained at Smith College and the Actors Studio Drama School and has lived and worked in New York City since 2000. Her web series "Smart Actress" was an LA Web Fest nominee for best comedy series. She founded her theater company, Tongue in Cheek Productions, or "TIC", in 2006. Since then, TIC has produced more than 35 productions, including world premieres of "Buffalo Heights" and "The Inn at Lake Devine" as well as the popular "Plus 1" solo show festival of new work.