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Giving Florence Price Her Flowers

Much of the composer’s work was forgotten or lost. Now she’s starting to receive the recognition she deserves.

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Meet the Debuting Soloists in Brahms’s German Requiem

Our 23/24 season finale with The Philadelphia Orchestra and UMS Choral Union also features the UMS debuts of two phenomenal singers — soprano Ying Fang and baritone Will Liverman.

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New Tiny Brochures!

Today, on April 1, 2024, UMS is delighted to announce our latest innovation. Tiny Series Brochures are arriving just in time for our new season announcement!

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When Genius Collides: Pops Meets Fatha

In Hines, Armstrong found an artist whose instrumental technique rivaled his own, and together on stage and on record they cajoled each other to even loftier musical heights.

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Why you should avoid ticket resellers in the unauthorized secondary market

Learn how unauthorized ticket resellers like TheHillAuditorium.com negatively impact audiences, artists, and presenters like UMS.

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UMS Staff Playlist: Leap Day

To celebrate this bonus day, UMS staff members contributed songs for a playlist of their favorite bonus tracks (and other leap day songs!)

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UMS & Santa Ono Remember Maestro Seiji Ozawa

Late conductor Seiji Ozawa left a profound impact on the University of Michigan community through three decades of UMS performances in Hill Auditorium, as well as another meaningful connection. U-M President Santa Ono shares his fond memories of Ozawa on our blog.

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Inside ‘When the Caged Bird Sings’

Read more about Nkeiru Okoye’s world premiere composition and collaboration with UMS and the U-M School of Music, Theatre & Dance.

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Hear a Beethoven Symphony Like Never Before, Courtesy of Liszt

Beethoven’s nine symphonies were all painstakingly transcribed for solo piano in the 1800s by the famous composer and pianist, Franz Liszt. Explore what inspired Liszt to take on such a daunting task, and what makes Liszt’s transcriptions a special treat for listeners.

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