Music News

11/01/2016
Rock out with Miami University Steel Band Nov. 3: "Pan Rocks!" with guest Tracy Thornton
The Miami University Steel Band, directed by Chris Tanner, will perform a "Pan Rocks!" concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 3, in Hall Auditorium. 
10/25/2016
New music chamber group coming to Miami
loadbang.jpgloadbang, a New York City-based music chamber group, will be visiting Miami University for a multi-­day residency.
10/13/2016
Ricardo Averbach invited to perform with AR Rahman at award ceremony in Japan
Ricardo Averbach, director of orchestra studies and professor of music at Miami University, conducted the concert at the renowned Fukuoka Prize award ceremony in Japan.
10/10/2016
Wind Ensemble concert Oct. 12
The Miami University Wind Ensemble, conducted by Gary A. Speck, will perform a free concert at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12, in Hall Auditorium.
10/10/2016
Professor Michele Gingras authors 2nd edition of book
clarinet-secrets.jpgMiami University Distinguished Professor of Music, Michele Gingras, will be launching the second edition of her book Clarinet Secrets: 100 Performance Strategies for the Advanced Clarinetist.
10/07/2016
Music Alum named Executive Director for Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra
lindsey_bird_reynolds.jpgMiami University alum Lindsey Bird Reynolds'02 has been named as the new Executive Director for the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra.
10/03/2016
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. 
09/23/2016
"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.
09/01/2016
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.