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Bridging Musical Languages with Tarek Yamani & Spektral Quartet
Sammy Sussman interviews Tarek Yamani and members of the Spektral Quartet in advance of their digital world premiere collaboration.
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...
Introducing the 2021/22 Season
It's time to start Looking Forward to live performances! Discover our 2021/22 Season Highlights.
2021/22 Season Preview: A MoodSwing Reunion
Joshua Redman reunites the original MoodSwing group for an unforgettable performance of brand new material alongside signature work.
UMS Staff Playlist: Music for Spring
UMS staff members contributed tracks for a playlist of their favorite music that reflects the optimism, warmth, and nature of Spring.
Ann Arbor History: Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock in Hill Auditorium
A musical gem in Ann Arbor's history: One winter night in 1978 ultimately resulted in side four of the now-classic album, An Evening with Herbie Hancock & Chick Corea: In Concert.
Donor Spotlight: David Featherman
David Featherman and his wife Jo-Anna have been involved with UMS since the mid-1960s. They have hosted fundraising events, have attended many UMS events over the years, and are generous supporters of School Day Performances.
Fall 2020 Digital Events
UMS has just announced new digital events through December, including Wynton Marsalis' Sounds of Democracy and Messiah Mixtape!
September and October Digital Events
The 2020/21 season kicks off with digital presentations and live streams — all free-of-charge to audiences everywhere.
UMS Favorites at NPR’s Tiny Desk
Enjoy nine performances from past UMS artists playing NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series.
5 Free Digital Performing Arts Resources for the U-M Community
Through the U-M Library, students, faculty, and staff have free access to many incredible online arts resources. Discover five of our favorites.
Sticky Narratives and (Guilty) Pleasures: Exploring the Music of Dvořák
Guest contributor Doyle Armbrust shares the unabashed romance and masterful writing of Dvořák's music.
Reality Winner: Espionage or Whistle-Blowing?
A discussion of Reality Winner’s case with Brian Willen (lawyer and UMS board member), Barbara McQuade (U-M law professor and NBC News legal analyst), and Greg Stejskal (former FBI special agent).
Meet Cayenne Harris, UMS’s new VP for Education & Community Engagement
Harris will oversee UMS’s activities designed for K-12, university, and community audiences.
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