We chat with the artist Jillian Walker, UMS Research Residency Artist, about her writing process, decolonizing history, and returning to Ann Arbor.
Mark Clague, editor-in-chief of the George and Ira Gershwin Critical Edition, explains his take of Porgy and Bess in American opera.
Your Southeast Michigan arts & culture adventures, curated by UMS Blogging Fellow Amanda Krugliak.
Your Southeast Michigan arts & culture adventures, curated by UMS Blogging Fellow Hailey Dukes.
In conjunction with No Safety Net Series: Underground Railroad Game, Emily Bernard explains her experience with the N-word — its use, its history, and its meaning for African-American culture.
On Sunday, January 20, 2018, the St. Lawrence String Quartet performs all six of Haydn’s Op. 20 string quartets in a special immersive concert. We set down with members of the quartet to chat about what makes these quartets special and what concertgoers can look forward to at this performance.
As part of the UMS residency with New York Philharmonic, Jamie and Jessica, students from the U-M School of Music, Theatre & Dance, performed on stage with the orchestra at Hill Auditorium.
As part of the 2017-18 UMS season, the New York Philharmonic visited Ann Arbor for three concerts and many educational residency activities in November 2017. Here are some of our favorite photos captured during the residency.
UMS is pleased to announce the fourth installment of our Artists in Residence program. As part of the program, we’re asking area artists to take “residence” at our performances. The goal of…