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 of Richard Stöhr
Stefan Koch, cellist, and Robert Conway, pianist
Koch and Conway will perform works of Richard Stöhr (1874-1967), a renowned Austrian composer and teacher whose work is nevertheless little-known in this country. Koch and Conway are giving the first United States performances of Stöhr’s work. In addition to the music, commentary and a multi-media presentation will provide a fascinating window into the most turbulent decades of the 20 century.
Tuesday, May 17
Reynolds Recital Hall