Music News

Coming together: Basses, bases, strings and skates
The Miami University Symphony Orchestra and Miami’s championship athletic teams are getting to know each other better this spring.
Two College of Creative Arts Students Receive President’s Distinguished Service Award
Two College of Creative Arts Students Receive President’s Distinguished Service Award
Miami University Music Alumni Return to Perform Concert at the Oxford Community Arts Center
Miami University Music Department Alumni Return to Perform at the Oxford Community Arts Center with the Oxford String Quartet.
Music Department Partners to Present Music Series for Community
The Music Department Partners with Miami University Institute for Learning in Retirement and the Oxford Community Arts Center to Present Music Series to the Community.
Miami University Musicology Professor to Speak at UNC Greensboro Symposium
Tammy Kernodle will give the keynote address with a speech titled “My Name is Peaches!!!! Black Women’s Anger and its Dissemination through 60’s Black Popular Music.”
Take Three: Pianist Nathan Rayens Engineered Just the Right Major
Major Triads or a Trio of Majors? Pianist and engineering student Nathan Rayens chose both.
McCutcheon Wins First Place for Guitar Concerto
Guitar faculty James McCutcheon was awarded first place in the 2019 Adult Composers Competition, sponsored by the Ohio Federation of Music Clubs Foundation for the Advancement of Music.
Student Spotlight: Abigail Karr
abigail-karr.pngJunior Abigail Karr aims to break down the structural barriers that separate art from the people, making the arts accessible to a wide audience and building platforms to elevate marginalized voices.
Faculty Spotlight: Ricardo Averbach
Find out how Ricardo Averbach teaches with technology to enhance his course.