MUsic Mondays returns to Cellar Door Jan. 22

The Marshall University School of Music will kick off the spring semester of its MUsic Mondays series at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 22, at the Cellar Door, 903 Third Ave. Music History Professor Dr. Vicki Stroeher will explore music from Finland with a lecture titled “Finlandia: Jean Sibelius and the Search for a Finnish National Identity.” Continue reading…


Violauta Duo to perform ‘Rossiniana 2’ Jan. 18

The Violauta Duo of Wendell Dobbs on the flute and Júlio Ribeiro Alves on the guitar will perform a joint faculty recital, “Rossiniana 2,” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 18, in Studio 143 of the Smith Music Building at Marshall University. Continue reading…


Local singers sought for Choral Union

The Marshall University Choral Union, a community-collaborative choral ensemble, begins a new semester of music Monday, Jan 8.

The ensemble is open to singers of all ages from within the university and the surrounding communities. Auditions are not required, but prior choral experience is expected. Continue reading…


Choral Union to perform holiday concert

Marshall University’s Choral Union will present a holiday concert at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 5, in the sanctuary of First United Methodist Church at 1124 Fifth Avenue in Huntington. Continue reading…


School of Music to welcome 400 middle school band members to campus

Hundreds of teenagers from 35 area schools will work with top clinicians from around the country and faculty from Marshall University’s School of Music during the annual Honor Band Festival. It will take place on Marshall’s Huntington campus Friday, Dec. 1. Continue reading…


Next MUsic Mondays lecture to take place Nov. 27

The Marshall University School of Music’s MUsic Mondays series will continue with the third lecture of the fall series at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 27, 905 3rd Ave., Huntington. This offering from the fall series, titled “Prelude to What?” explores the prelude as a piece of music and the various stylistic ideas it has taken on throughout the course of 400 years. Continue reading…