From ‘Native Son’ to ‘Native Song’
Tony Award-winning playwright and composer Stew speaks about the relevancy of his work today as it comments on Notes of a Native Son by legendary writer James Baldwin.
#UMSplaylists: Big Band Holidays Takeover
Deck the halls on Apple Music and Spotify with Wynton Marsalis and his Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.
Meet the Stars of Handel’s Messiah
UMS’s 2019 presentation of Handel’s beloved oratorio includes four exciting debuts on the Hill Auditorium stage.
3 Ways to Celebrate the Holidays with UMS
From the Christmas decor fanatic to the ultimate shopping skeptic, UMS offers something for everyone this Holiday season.
What’s the Most Interesting Course at U-M?
Eight live performances. Three humanities credits. Experience the performing arts up close and behind the scenes.
#UMSplaylists: Chamber Arts (yMusic Takeover)
Hear the virtuosity and variety of sounds, ensembles, and works by composers featured in UMS’s Chamber Arts Series.
#UMSplaylists | Max Richter: From Stage to Screen
Discover selections from some of our favorite Max Richter works — including innovative chamber music and original scores for television and film.
Five Composers You Need to Hear Right Now
Meet 5 of America’s luminary young composers, and hear their work performed live by yMusic this November.
A brief history of the Japanese dance-theater art form, and preview of Sankai Juku’s upcoming performance.
Daniel Hope on ‘The Four Seasons’ and Max Richter’s ‘Vivaldi Recomposed’
Violinist Daniel Hope shares thoughts on Vivaldi’s masterpiece and its modern new take.