In hundreds of cities across the globe, one can walk down the street and encounter a beautifully painted, bright piano.
On a High Note MU music students to take the stage in Show-Me Opera’s performance of “Our Town”
In 2008, nine-time Grammy Award winner Wynton Marsalis was commissioned to compose a piece of music commemorating the 200th anniversary of Harlem’s Abyssinian Baptist Church. This Thursday evening, April 20, 20
MU School of Music graduate student Júlia Coelho (MM-Vocal Performance and MA-Musicology, ’17) will travel to Italy this summer to present her paper, “Claudio Monteverdi e La Favola d’Orfeo: Character Construction and Depiction of Emotion”, at the
Congratulations to Third Coast Percussion, a Chicago-based percussion quartet, on their first Grammy win for the Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance for their album, Steve Reich. They were invited to perform at the Grammy Premi
Three Columbia music ensembles – all with connections to the MU School of Music – were selected to perform this past week at the 79th Missouri Music Educator’s Association (MMEA) In-Service Conference down in Osage Beach. Every January
In 2010, just one year after the establishment of the University’s first classical guitar program, guitar professor Anthony Glise founded the MU Honors Guitar Quartet.
The MU School of Music’s Show-Me Opera was chosen from a nation-wide pool of applicants to compete in the Opera Scenes Competition held by the National Opera Association (NOA) at the convention held in Santa Barbara, CA on January 5, 2017.
In August 2016, one of the School of Music’s graduate percussion students, Rebecca McDaniel, traveled to Governors Island in New York to participate in the Rite of Summer Music Festival. She had been invited to perform in John Luther Adams’ I