Tag: Music

  1. UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra Spring Concert: A Cadence of Peace
    The UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra performs Beethoven's Egmont Overture, Still's Afro-American Symphony, and Márquez's Danzón No. 2.
  2. Anthony Yee wins Music Juries
    Senior slide trombone player takes honors
  3. Ryan Award Winner Combines Love of Music with Psychology
    UMass Boston junior Ray Veggar, the winner of this year’s John W. Ryan Award, has been playing guitar since age 5. And now he has dedicated his college studies to combining music with his other great passion—psychology.
  4. Grooves and Vibes: A Samba Riot
    Brazilian Music, Culture, and Dance with the UMass Boston Sambassadors and Grooversity
  5. Soli Deo Gloria: The UMass Boston University Chorus and Chamber Singers
    UMass Choruses explore reverential works by Bach and others
  6. International Education Week: Gateway to the World Luncheon
    Celebrate International Education Week with international music performances from UMass Boston Performing Arts and a presentation on "Ritual, Belief, and Conflict: Music-Making in Palestine."
  7. PopRocks
    Bands born at UMass Boston -- Pop Rock Ensembles perform
  8. Rock God Gary Hoey Coaches UMass Boston Student Musicians
    2017 RockGodz Hall of Fame Inductee Gary Hoey coached UMass Boston’s Pop/Rock Ensemble on Tuesday, playing along and jumping in throughout the hour-long workshop. Hoey has worked with Queen, The Who, Aerosmith, and KISS.
  9. Jazz Night!
    Coolest night on campus
  10. Jazz Night!
    Coolest night on campus
  11. Gift from Retired Professor’s Sons Makes Immediate Impact on UMass Boston Music Students
    A donation from brothers Christopher Tawa ’76 and Dr. Nicholas E. Tawa, Jr. ’77 has funded a dedicated music classroom that now bears the name of their late father, a retired professor.
  12. Guitar God Gary Hoey, Pop Rock Workshop
    At this workshop, Gary Hoey will coach student musicians from the Pop/Rock Ensemble and speak about his illustrious 30-year career.
  13. Performing Arts Breaks Boundaries with Audacious Performances
    So begins a calendar with a nod to the groundbreakers of the past in music and theatre, decidedly fresh takes and new beginnings.
  14. Music Orientation
    Welcome back to our music majors, minors, and welcome to new transfers
  15. AUDITION: The Holiday Musical Theatre Spectacular
    Open Auditions: Roles open to ALL UMass Boston students
  16. AUDITIONS: UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra
    Join the UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra! Auditions are open to all students.
  17. Music Collaboratory iPad Jam Celebrates Star Wars Day
    May the Fourth be with you, as iPad music performs on the plaza
  18. Community Invited to UJazz Trio’s Live Album Recording Session in University Hall April 30
    In celebration of International Jazz Day, three UMass Boston music students will take the stage in UMass Boston’s University Hall on Sunday at 7 p.m. for a free live performance and album recording.
  19. Freedom is Coming! The UMass Boston Choruses
    UMass Boston Chamber Singers and University Chorus present songs of freedom and opression from around the world
  20. Coolest Night on Campus Doubles Down—Jazz Night! May 5 & 6
    UMass Boston Jazz Ensembles take the stage, add a second performance
  21. The UJazz Boston Trio Celebrates International Jazz Day with Free Concert, Recording Project
    With a fusion of jazz, R & B, and soul, a world class trio born at UMass Boston lays down album
  22. Jazz Night!
    UMass Boston Jazz Ensembles take the stage for the coolest night on campus
  23. Jazz Night!
    UMass Boston Jazz Ensembles take the stage for the coolest night on campus
  24. The Sonic Liberation Players
    2017 Faculty Concert Series continues with the Sonic Liberation Players
  25. University Choir Welcomes Georgetown High School Choir
    Free Concert at Noon
  26. Baroque Favorites for Voice and Flute
    The final night of the Faculty Concert Series, with Mary Oleskiewicz and Jessica Cooper
  27. The UMass Chamber Orchestra: The Sounds of Silence
    The UMass Chamber Orchestra celebrates the legacy of JFK, with premiere of David Patterson's "On the Legacy of 100 Days"
  28. The UJazz Boston Trio
    Three of UMass Boston's best Jazz students celebrate International Jazz Day with a special concert
  29. The Carlos Odria Trio, World Jazz Explorations
    The Music Faculty Concerts Series continues with Carlos Odria and his Trio
  30. Duo Sonidos: Muse of Fire
    The 2017 Faculty Concert Series with UMass Faculty Adam Levin with William Knuth
  31. World of Guitar: Virtuoso Guitar Music from Six Continents
    UMass Boston faculty Peter Janson & Aaron Larget-Caplan take the Recital Hall stage
  32. Developing Critical Consciousness of Diversity and Equity in Music Education
    Dr. Nicole Robinson of University of Utah explores issues of access, privilege and marginalization in music education
  33. Announcing the 2016 Juries Award Winners
    Aaron Bautista, percussion, wins the fall juries
  34. Jazz Night! The Coolest Night on Campus is This Saturday
    UMass Boston Jazz Ensembles take the new Recital Hall stage Saturday night
  35. Bat Boy Cast Members Nominated to Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival
    Bat Boy cast members to represent UMass Boston at KCATCF, nominations in acting, musical theater and stage management
  36. Shout Out To Boston!
    The Performing Arts Department invites you to the UMass Boston Chamber Singers and University Chorus Fall Concert.
  37. Jazz Night! Fall 2016
    Seriously cool vibes with the UMass Boston Jazz Ensembles
  38. Dedication & Decree: UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra
    UMass Chamber Orchestra performs their first full concert in the beautiful new Recital Hall in University Hall
  39. UMass Boston to Celebrate Ribbon Cutting of New University Hall
    University Hall is the newest completed project in the university’s master plan.
  40. With #FERGUSON, Composer David Patterson Goes Home Through Music, Hope, and Prayer
    Patterson composed #FERGUSON in part to make sense of watching his hometown become the focal point of a national and difficult conversation about race.
  41. WUMB Hosts Musical Trailblazer Mavis Staples in Concert November 19 at UMass Boston
    Mavis Staples will perform on Saturday, November 19 in the Campus Center Ballroom at 8 p.m.
  42. #FERGUSON, and Other Works by David Patterson
    A UMass Boston Professor and Ferguson, MO, native unveils his new composition, a portrait of an American city changed forever.
  43. Theatre Arts Auditions—Bat Boy: The Musical and New Voices
    Audition opportunity for all students for the fall theatre arts productions
  44. WUMB, Berklee College of Music Summer Concert Series Starts August 6
    Four concerts will take place on Castle Island in South Boston.
  45. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  46. Audition: UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra
    Auditions for the inaugural concert in the newly completed University Hall Recital Hall
  47. Music Orientation & Auditions
    The Performing Arts Department welcomes new and returning music majors and minors
  48. Music of the Middle East
    A free concert of music from throughout the Middle East
  49. Spring Dance Concert a “show of shows,” May 6 & 7
    The Spring Dance Concert features includes a number of remarkable dancers appearing at UMass Boston as students for the last time
  50. The Birds and the Bees: Songs of Love and Nature
    The UMass Boston University Chorus and Chamber Singers
  51. UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra Spring Concert: Preludes & Promises
    The UMass Boston Performing Arts Department Presents Preludes & Promise, the spring concert of the UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra, featuring the 2016 Concerto Competition winners.
  52. UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra Auditions
    UMass Boston community members -- faculty, staff, students -- invited to audition
  53. Saturday Night Jazz
    UMass Jazz Bands present a free evening of Jazz
  54. Social History of Popular Music Connects Students With Local Community, Scene
    UMass Boston students need look no further than their own backyard to learn about the social history of popular music.
  55. Winter Escape: Studio Piano Recital
    Students of Chaerin Kim, PhD, representing UMass Boston, Boston University and Eastern Nazarene College
  56. New Conductor for UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra Gears up for Fall Concert
    Sommer Forrester takes the baton with the UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra for "Truth, Lies, and The Human Condition"
  57. Alumna’s Composition to be Performed at Harvard with Cambridge Philharmonic
    Liz Anaya's "The Aura," composed at UMass Boston, now arranged for traditional orchestra and part of a celebration of female composers
  58. Open Auditions for Concerto Competition, Dec. 2 & 9
    Four winners will perform with the UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra at their Spring Concert.
  59. Bach’s Sonatas Performance with Mary Oleskiewicz, PhD, Andrus Madsen and Doug Kelley
    A free performance of Johann Sebastian Bach's flute sonatas and Well-Tempered Clavier
  60. UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra Presents: “Truth, Lies and the Human Condition”
    Performing works by Mozart, E. Grieg, and Schubert
  61. Emily Chapman, Senior Honors Recital - Voice
    Emily Chapman, vocalist, performing works by Handel, Schubert, Schumann, and Schönberg
  62. Performing Arts Department Announces Fall 2015 Choral/Voice Events
    The fall 2015 semester includes a voice master class, a choral concert, and voice recital. There's also information here about what students need to do if they need piano accompaniment for their juries.
  63. Fall 2015 Voice Recital
    Students from all three voice studios will perform at this Performing Arts Department event.
  64. Fall 2015 Choral Concert
    The University Chorus and Chamber Singers will present music for Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa, including medieval chant, Renaissance polyphony, and contemporary gospel music.
  65. Voice Master Class
    Voice students will sing for each other and get feedback from one of the Performing Arts Department's voice teachers (not their own teacher).
  66. WUMB and Berklee College of Music Summer Concert Series Begins August 1
    This August, WUMB and the Berklee College of Music are teaming up for a series of Saturday afternoon concerts on Carson Beach in South Boston.
  67. Final Night: Performing Arts Department’s Production of Museum
    Last chance to see Tina Howe's Museum , directed by Michael Fennimore.
  68. Auditions for the UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra (for Students Seeking Credit)
    Students registering for credit for MUSIC 106 need to audition.
  69. Performing Arts Department Seeking Musicians for Chamber Orchestra
    UMass Boston's Performing Arts Department is actively recruiting members for the Chamber Orchestra (MUSIC 106), under the new direction of Sommer Forrester. Auditions for students registering for credit will take place on Wednesday, September 9 at 6 p.m.
  70. Newton Teacher’s Pop Culture Collection Comes to UMass Boston
    Allan MacDougall Popular Culture Archive includes rare music artifacts, recordings, and documents.
  71. University Chorus and Chamber Singers Present Songs of Struggle, Justice, and Peace
    The University Chorus will present "How Lovely Are the Messengers" by Felix Mendelssohn, and several civil rights songs. The Chamber Singers will will present music on the theme of peace.
  72. A Fond Farewell: UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra Conductor’s Jon Ceander Mitchell’s Last Concert
    Jon Ceander Mitchell, leading the UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra for the last time, will be joined by Elaine Baker D’Angelo, The Pinewoods Morris Men, and the UMass Boston Chamber Singers.
  73. Saturday Night Jazz in Snowden
    Join UMass Boston's Performing Arts Department for an evening of great jazz, performed by UMass Boston student jazz ensembles.
  74. Seven UMass Boston Students Recognized at Theater Festival; Two Moving to National Competition
    Two UMass Boston performing arts students will be competing in the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival in Washington, D.C. in April.
  75. Singer-Songwriter Sierra Hull’s First Night Boston Concert to Air Live on WUMB 91.9FM
    Sierra Hull will be performing in this year’s First Night Boston festival, at a concert sponsored by the University of Massachusetts Boston’s WUMB 91.9FM and the Berklee College of Music.
  76. UMass Boston Archivist’s Arrangement Strikes a Chord with BBC
    A simple moment with his children led Dale Freeman to write his children's song “Music Box Ballerina,” which will be used on a BBC program.
  77. UMass Boston Spring 2012 Choral Concert
    Join the University of Massachusetts Boston's Performing Arts Department for its annual Spring Choral Concert, featuring The University Chorus and Chamber Singers.
  78. Talented U: December 8
    Please join members of Talented U, a Staff Creative Arts Initiative, for an art exhibit and musical performance.
  79. Talented U: December 7
    Please join members of Talented U, a Staff Creative Arts Initiative, for an art exhibit and musical performance.
  80. Talented U: Opening Reception
    Please join members of Talented U, a Staff Creative Arts Initiative, for live performances and refreshments.
  81. The UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra Presents: “A Cinderella Concert”
    Music by Rossini, Vivaldi, Mozart, and Beethoven, featuring Yoko Hagino on piano