LGBTQ+ Icons Past & Present at UMS
LGBTQ+ artists — and audiences — have been an integral part of our 143-year history. As we close our 2021 Digital Pride, enjoy a look back at past and present artists whose work and talents UMS has been especially proud to bring to Ann Arbor.
Staff Spotlight: Maddy Wildman and slapslap
Maddy Wildman, UMS’s University Programs Manager, is also a member of the Ann Arbor-based band slapslap. On Friday, July 2 at 7 pm, slapslap will perform at the Riverside Arts Center Parking Lot in Ypsilanti as a part of A2SF (Ann Arbor Summer Festival).
Staff Picks: Must-See Events in the 2021/22 Season
Want to know which 2021/22 season events UMS staff members are most excited about as we return to our venues? Meet some of our team and use their recommendations to help create…
Be Present. Be Proud. Explore UMS’s Digital Pride Events!
Explore our lineup of free digital presentations, lectures, and activities released throughout June!
Joyce DiDonato Sings “Danny Boy” in Memorial Day Tribute
In a special Memorial Day episode of Sing For Today, Joyce performs a heartfelt arrangement of “Danny Boy” and reflects on grief, loss, and love in conversation with Broadway producer Tom Kirdahy
3 May Festival Memories with The Philadelphia Orchestra
We celebrate our rich partnership with The Philadelphia Orchestra with a look through our archives into three milestone moments in May Festival History.
They Still Want to Kill Us: A UMS Digital Co-Commission
UMS is proud to join arts institutions across the nation in the world premiere of They Still Want to Kill Us featuring J’Nai Bridges, mezzo soprano, and Daniel Bernard Roumain, composer, performer, and U-M School of Music, Theatre & Dance alumnus.
5 Reasons to Choose Series:You
Learn five reasons why Series:You is the most popular way to become a UMS Season Ticket Holder.
Introducing the 2021/22 Season
It’s time to start Looking Forward to live performances! Discover our 2021/22 Season Highlights.