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07/07/2017
Gaming at the symphony scores sound win for student
arcade-5-themes.jpgThe centennial season of the Miami University Symphony Orchestra was crowned by the world premiere of "Arcade Variations," a new composition by Per Bloland, assistant professor of music.
07/05/2017
CCA welcomes new leadership to the division
cpa-16.jpgThe College of Creative Arts welcomes new leadership in the Departments of Architecture + Interior Design, Art, Music, and Interactive Media Studies.
06/22/2017
Miami University hosts the Schmidt Vocal Institute
schmidt-17.jpgMiami University will host the second annual Schmidt Vocal Institute (SVI), an intensive summer program for talented high school singers, June 20-July 2, 2017.
06/22/2017
Men's Glee Club European tour with Miami Alumni
mgc-group.jpgMembers of the Miami University Men's Glee Club traveled on a European concert tour May 15-31, 2017. The group of 48 traveled to Germany, Czech Republic, Austria, France, and Luxembourg.
06/21/2017
Mostly Beethoven and chamber works at the OCAC
murray-steinway.jpgThe Oxford Community Arts Center presents "Mostly Beethoven," a series of free concerts devoted, mostly, to piano music of Ludwig van Beethoven.
06/21/2017
Gary A. Speck receives 2017 Curry Award
curry-speck.jpgGary A. Speck, professor of music at Miami University, is the recipient of the 2017 Crossan Hays Curry award. The annual award was presented during the College of Creative Arts recognition ceremony, held May 14, 2017 at Goggin Arena.
06/15/2017
Musicians listen to their bodies to play without pain
You won't find pulling a hamstring on the list of common injuries facing violin and viola players. But the refined movements of playing these instruments can lead to long-term and potentially career-ending injury.
06/15/2017
Musicians listen to their bodies to play without pain
alexander-thumb.jpgYou won't find pulling a hamstring on the list of common injuries facing violin and viola players. But the refined movements of playing these instruments can lead to long-term and potentially career-ending injury.