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Students of Thomas Harper, Kari Ragan, and Cyndia Sieden perform art songs and arias from France, Germany, Italy, and beyond.

Carole Terry and Tekla Cunningham direct UW music students in a program of music of the Baroque era.

Piano Professor Robin McCabe produces this quarterly series highlighting music inspired by great works of literature, performed by top UW music students and special guests. Each performance includes a pre-concert lecture.

UW music students perform works for piano.

Professor of Viola at the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, violist Atar Arad leads a master class with students of his former student, Melia Watras.

Paul Roberts is internationally renowned for piano performance, scholarship, and pedagogy. His April 2 lecture-recital, “In the Mind's Eye: The Piano Music of Claude Debussy,” honors the 100th anniversary of the composer’s passing. He also leads a master class with UW piano...

Pianist Paul Roberts of the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London leads a master class with UW piano students.

Michael Unger of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music performs a recital on the UW’s famed Litttlefield Organ...

UW faculty guitarist Michael Partington joins with duo partner Marc Teicholz of the San Francisco Conservatory for an evening of music composed or arranged for two guitars, including music by Joseph Haydn, Mauro Giuliani, Francis Poulenc, Dusan Bogdanovic, and others.

David Alexander Rahbee conducts members of the UW Symphony in a program of works by Britten, Wagner, and Wolf. With UW Strings Professor Melia Watras, viola. Britten: Lachrymae (Melia Watras, viola) Wagner: Siegfried Idyll Wolf: Italian Serenade

Hailed by The Philadelphia Inquirer for her “...big, gorgeous tone and a mesmerizing touch” and by the Concours Clara Haskil for her “sensitivity, finesse of touch and musical intelligence,” pianist Zhenni Li of the McGill School of Music has performed in the world’s...

Faculty organist Carole Terry performs works of Buxtehude, J.S. Bach, Mendelssohn, and Brahms on the world-class Fritts/Richards organ at St. Alphonsus Parish in Ballard. Terry’s concert marks a return engagement; she also performed the 1984 inaugural concert of the instrument, whose design...

Coached by UW Strings Chair Melia Watras, the Discovery Trio—UW graduate music students Gemma Goday, flute, Wyatt Smith, harpsichord, and Chris Young, cello—explores music from throughout the past four centuries, ranging from music of the early Baroque to contemporary compositions,...

Spring Quarter Ethnomusicology Visiting Artist Ricardo Garcia, a Spanish guitarist and leader of the group Flamenco Flow, performs with UW students in this special performance of interpretations of Flamenco blended with other musical forms.

Coached by faculty cellist Sæunn Thorsteinsdóttir, Daisha—undergraduates Halie Borror, violin, Daniel Richardson, piano, and Isabella Kodama, cello—perform challenging works from the piano and strings repertoire...

Piano Professor Robin McCabe produces this quarterly series highlighting inspired intersections in the arts, performed by top UW music students and special guests. Each performance includes a pre-concert lecture by a UW faculty member. Rzewski: “Fortune,” for Four Talking Violists,...

UW music students perform works for piano.

Students of Thomas Harper, Kari Ragan, and Cyndia Sieden perform art songs and arias from France, Germany, Italy, and beyond.

Student jazz ensembles pay homage to the icons of jazz and break new ground with original progressive jazz compositions.

Student jazz ensembles pay homage to the icons of jazz and break new ground with original progressive jazz compositions.

Students of Michael Partington perform music of Italy, including Antonio Salieri's Sinfonia Veneziana, Sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti, and music by Mauro Giuliani and Ferdinando Carulli.

The Cascades Meet the Rockies Faculty artist-in-residence Barry Lieberman and violinist Maria Larionoff perform in the Seattle debut of the Missoula, Montana-based String Orchestra of the Rockies, a 15-member conductor-less ensemble of musicians and string teachers presenting regional and acclaimed...

Carole Terry and Tekla Cunningham direct UW music students in a program of music of the Baroque era.

UW music students perform works for piano.

New Music for Singing/Speaking Percussionists Percussion Studies Chair Bonnie Whiting joins percussionist Jennifer Torrence (Norway) in an evening of world premieres of music for speaking and singing percussionists. The program includes a work for crash cymbals, resonant feedback, and singing by...

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