Several Voice Students

Singers Advance in National Competition

Seven U of I vocalists advanced in NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) Regional Semifinals; 2 will continue to the National Finals.

Silvers Book Cover

Prof. Silvers Publishes New Book

The University of Illinois Press has published Assistant Professor Michael Silvers’s Voices of Drought, a timely

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Wang-Chen Duo Residency Offers Full Week of Activity

The Wang-Chen Duo from Suzhou, China, will be in residence in the School of Music for a full week of engaging performances and activities, from October 29 though November 2.

RESEARCH LIVE! Finalists include Music Student

The results are in!

After last week's preliminary round, our judging panels have selected thirteen Research Live! finalists. Watch them compete in the final round and vote for the People's Choice Award.

Dai An Liu

Harpist Dai-An Liu wins International Music Talents Top Project Award in Taiwan

Dai-An Liu is a 2018-2019 winner of the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra International Music Talents Top Project Program. The competitive scholarship program supports creative activities for recipients.

Illinois Commitment

The Illinois Commitment will help students from middle-income families attend Illinois.

Matthew Knight

Musicology Doctoral Candidate Matthew Knight Awarded the JaFran Jones Prize

Congratulations to Matthew Knight, winner of the 2018 JaFran Jones Award at the Midwest Chapter Meeting of the Society for Ethnomusicology for his paper, “Song as Intangible Cultural Commodity: Neoliberal Governmentality meets Ancient Hospitality in the Georgian Highlands.”

Player Piano

MPAL to Host Unveiling of Restored Player Piano with Performance and Presentation

The Music and Performing Arts Library (MPAL) will be hosting a special Player Piano Reveal event on Saturday, September 22 from 1-3pm.

Jazz Faculty Featured in New Video

Learn about the faculty behind one of the leading jazz programs in the country.

Hilary Morris in Boudhanath neighborhood

Hilary Brady Morris on Fulbright to Nepal

Hilary Brady Morris has been awarded a Fulbright grant to conduct ten months of dissertation research in Nepal on the Himalayan lute.

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