Wind Symphony Concert

The Marshall University Wind Symphony will present the first concert of the season with “An Evening with Women Composers”

We have also teamed up with the Marshall Women’s Studies Department to offer additional resources. The event is free and open to the public but a donation will be collected to benefit a local women’s charity.

Music will include
Tocata and La Tumba de Alejandro Garcia Cautela- Shelley Hanson
An Introduction to the Moon- Libby Larsen
Lichtweg- Jennifer Jolley
Early Light- Carolyn Bremmer
In My Father’s Eyes- Julie Giroux
Tight Squeeze- Alex Shapiro


Top jazz pianists chosen for Ellis Marsalis International Piano Competition

Seven of the world’s best jazz piano players have been selected as finalists in the Ellis Marsalis International Piano Competition and will compete for top prize Friday and Saturday, June 22-23, in downtown Huntington. The competition will take place at Missio Dei Church on the upper level of Pullman Square and is free and open to the public. Continue reading…

Guitar ensemble to perform in Brazil

The Marshall University Guitar Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Júlio Ribeiro Alves, will visit Brazil June 4-15 and perform three concerts in the capital city of Brasília. Continue reading…

Prize awarded to music professor’s book on British composer

A book written by Dr. Vicki Stroeher, a professor of music history at Marshall University, was awarded the 2018 C. B. Oldman Prize. Stroeher’s book, My Beloved Man, earned the recognition as “an outstanding work of music bibliography, music reference or music librarianship.” The prize was awarded by the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres  of the United Kingdom and Ireland, and it was announced April 7, during the IAML’s annual study weekend in Edinburgh, Scotland. Continue reading…