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Camille A. Brown’s Inspirational Moves and Message

Camille A. Brown & Dancers mesmerized audiences, including workshops in K-12 schools, community dance events, a sold-out School Day Performance, and the UMS debut of ink.

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The Way We Remember War

Britten’s War Requiem is not the 1812 Overture, with its make-believe bravado. This is not about imagined valor — it’s about real people.

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21st Century Intern Travelogue: Kandis Terry

“My summer experience as one of four UMS interns is one that I cannot put into words. This opportunity not only gave me the chance to grow as a student, but also…

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Unlocking the Mind and Emotion of the Audience

Dimitris Papaioannou’s The Great Tamer combines physical theater, visual art-making, and circus arts — unlocking the mind and emotion of the audience in unexpected and fully engaging ways.

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Our Sweet Hereafter

Guest contributor Doyle Armbrust explores Renaissance master Orlando di Lasso’s Lagrime di San Pietro in advance of Los Angeles Master Chorale’s performance.

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Wynton Marsalis’s Musical Gifts

From an inspiring School Day Performance to a full house at Hill Auditorium, Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra spread joy and good cheer with the debut of their “Big Band Holidays” national tour.

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“The girl spoke of love…”

Mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato approaches Schubert’s Winterreise through a different lens…the eyes of the survivor.

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Faculty Spotlight: Music for Midwives

When Ruth Zielinski applied for a UMS Course Development Grant, she envisioned a musical experience for her upper-level midwifery students…

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Living that #QuartetLife

Playing in a string quartet is both exhilarating and infuriating. Often simultaneously.

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