UMS Announces 10/11 Family Series
UMS announces its 10/11 Family Series, featuring two one-hour performances especially for families. In addition, families may purchase advanced tickets to a special daytime performance by Kodo, scheduled during the Ann Arbor Public Schools winter break.
20th Annual Dance Series Announced
The University Musical Society is pleased to announce its 20th Annual Dance Series, with five companies performing in the Power Center and the Detroit Opera House.
10/11 Divine Voices Series Announced
The Divine Voices Series celebrates the choral music tradition with three concerts at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church and one in Hill Auditorium.
UMS Announces 10/11 Choral Union Series & Piano Series
The University Musical Society is pleased to announce its 132nd Annual Choral Union Series, with 10 concerts in Hill Auditorium.
10/11 Chamber Arts Series & Schubertiade Announced
The 48th Annual UMS Chamber Arts Series presents some of today’s leading chamber musicians performing both traditional and contemporary repertoire: Schubert Cycle Concert 1 Takács Quartet Jeffrey Kahane, piano Thursday, October 14…
A Chat with Deb Clancy, UMS’s DTE Energy Foundation Educator of the Year
Deb Clancy, liaison between the Washtenaw Intermediate School District and the UMS Youth Education Program, was recently recognized as the UMS’s 2010 DTE Energy Foundation Educator of the Year. Omari Rush, Youth Education Manager, caught up with her to talk about the role of arts in education.
UMS Announces 10/11 International Theater Series
UMS announces the five productions in its 10/11 International Theater Series, with four productions in the Power Center and one at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens.
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If you travel by air enough, eventually you’ll show up at your destination but your bags won’t. When this has happened to me, my missing luggage has eventually shown up, but it’s…
This Day in UMS History: Mahler’s Symphony No. 8 (March 23, 1997)
Leafing through the 1997 program book for a March event, this concert struck me because of two things: a letter written by Gerald R. Ford and a picture of Gustav Mahler.