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Miami University Symphony Orchestra concert dedicated to Daniel Pearl World Music Days Oct. 7
The Miami University Symphony Orchestra, directed by Ricardo Averbach, celebrates its centennial season with a concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, in Hall Auditorium. 
Miami's theatre season opens with "Stupid F--ing Bird" Oct. 5
The Miami University department of theatre will present "Stupid F--king Bird" by Aaron Posner at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 5-8, and at 2 p.m. Oct. 9, in Studio 88 Theater, Center for Performing Arts.
Performing Arts Series continues with Wayne Brady, Live and more
Miami University’s 2016-2017 Performing Arts Series continues with a performance by Wayne Brady as part of Family Weekend.
"Musical Crossroads": Tammy Kernodle's behind-the-scenes experience with the newest Smithsonian museum
When a museum chronicling the experiences of Africans in America was first conceptualized in 1915, few could have dreamed that an African-American man would be elected as president. For me, the opening of this museum is very personal as it represents my life coming full circle.
Miami University named as one of "57 Best Video Game Colleges"
Miami University's Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies (AIMS) was ranked among the "57 Best Video Game Colleges" by
Film Viewing and Meet the Filmmaker
Four Women. Different Cultures. New York City
Architectural Record features Miami Architect grads
The September edition of Architectural Record recently featured an article that highlighted forecasts in architecture for the decades ahead. Interviewed were a group of eighteen prominent architects including two Miami grads that spoke about their visions of the future in the field of architecture.
Miami's Schola Cantorum: Opportunity of a lifetime to perform and record with Sweden's Ars Veritas on music medieval to modern
jj-moment-varnhems-close.jpg"The international and cross-cultural collaboration in the art of music-making with these new friends reminds me once again of the importance of including the arts in the total liberal arts educational experience," Jeremy D. Jones, conductor, said.
Moments of awe: Students in Schola Cantorum reflect on opportunity of a lifetime
Miami's Schola Cantorum (Singing School), an ensemble of male student vocalists led by Jeremy Jones, had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity this summer to perform and record historical music with a professional ensemble in Sewden.