Unless otherwise noted, all performances are at the Reynolds Recital Hall and are open to the public without charge. Events are generally rescheduled when the university is closed because of inclement weather, and this schedule is updated throughout the semester. Please contact the department (906) 227-2563 for the latest information. More detailed information about individual performances can often be found on the NMU Master Calendar.
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MUSIC EDUCATION SEMINARS: Normally three music education seminars are held each semester. They include presentations by visiting teachers, explorations of music pedagogy, or exposure to new technology. Music education majors should plan to attend all these seminars to develop a consciousness of the profession and prepare for an effective career. Attendance at a certain number is required; in the graduating music education portfolio review, students must certify required attendance and active participation.
Upper Peninsula Youth Orchestra
Spring 2016 concert "Classical and Contemporary Titans". Led by conductor Matthew Mitchell, the orchestra consists of middle and high school aged musicians from across the Upper Peninsula who are mentored by professional musicians from the area. The program includes arrangements from Mahler's Symphony #1 and an orchestral arrangement of selections from the film score Lord of the Rings: Return of the King. Donations will be accepted at the door to help provide scholarships and educational resources, such as music rentals, for the orchestra.
Sunday, May 8
Reynolds Recital Hall