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.
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.
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…
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.
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.
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.
“The girl spoke of love…”
Mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato approaches Schubert’s Winterreise through a different lens…the eyes of the survivor.
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…
Living that #QuartetLife
Playing in a string quartet is both exhilarating and infuriating. Often simultaneously.