Meet the Newest UMS Staff Members
Since the pandemic began just over a year ago, UMS staff has been extremely grateful for the countless Zoom contributions made by our added work-from-home colleagues.
Our Statement on Anti-Asian Violence and Racism
As the University of Michigan begins its community-wide celebration of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month, UMS stands in solidarity with the AAPI community. For all grieving the racist, misogynistic murders…
UMS Staff Playlist: Music for Spring
UMS staff members contributed tracks for a playlist of their favorite music that reflects the optimism, warmth, and nature of Spring.
Swing University: Jazz in Detroit is coming this April!
Following the incredible response to our Swing University collaboration with Jazz at Lincoln Center, UMS is delighted to offer an all-new series focused on Jazz in Detroit.
Donor Spotlight: Alec Gallimore, Michigan Engineering
We spoke with Dean Alec Gallimore about his background with the arts, favorite UMS memories, and our special partnership with Michigan Engineering.
Planning for a Safe Return: What our Audience is Telling Us
UMS is joining two dozen arts organizations across Southeast Michigan in surveying audiences for updated insights into what they expect when returning to venues for live performances.
March & April Digital Events
All of our digital presentations are free-of-charge to audiences everywhere, and we hope that you will share them with friends and family near and far.
Six Black Voices that Transformed Opera
As Black History Month comes to a close, we honor six legendary singers who graced our stages over the past century.
Ann Arbor History: Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock in Hill Auditorium
A musical gem in Ann Arbor’s history: One winter night in 1978 ultimately resulted in side four of the now-classic album, An Evening with Herbie Hancock & Chick Corea: In Concert.