Handel’s Alcina, an 18th-century baroque opera, will be set in a traveling carnival when it is presented March 2-5 by Lawrence University’s award-winning Opera Theatre program.
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis featuring Naseer Shamma on oud will be in concert at 8 p.m. Feb. 3, part of Lawrence’s 2022-23 Performing Arts Series.
Photo gallery: See images of John Holiday and students from his voice studio performing music inspired by the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Holiday concerts from Cory Chisel, with John Holiday and other guest artists, and the NEWVoices choir to be held at Memorial Chapel.
Catherine Kautsky is featured in a new 24-part recording in The Great Courses video series titled, Great Piano Works Explained. She shares her talents and insights.
The Lawrence University New Music Ensemble has won the 2022 American Prize in Virtual Performance for a recording created while working, studying, and living remotely during the pandemic.
The Nov. 16 performance of Lawrence University's Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble will feature a hip-hop collaboration on Lincolnshire Posy, reframing a piece that is based on folk songs dealing with issues of justice, love, and loss.
Dane Richeson, leader of the Lawrence University Percussion Ensemble (LUPÉ) and professor of music, is the recipient of the Percussive Arts Society's 2022 Lifetime Achievement Award in Education.
The annual Fred Sturm Jazz Celebration Weekend returns Nov. 4-5, bringing more than 400 high school and middle school students to campus for immersive jazz instruction.
Kaleidoscope returns to the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center on Oct. 8, featuring nearly 400 students from the Lawrence Conservatory of Music. It'll be part of the Blue & White Homecoming Weekend Celebration.
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis will headline the 2022-23 Performing Arts Series at Lawrence.
With expanded performance spaces on campus, interactive Music Education sessions, and musical performances by Lawrentians, Lawrence will again play a big part in the annual Mile of Music festival.
Mary Van De Loo ’89 has been named the new director of the Lawrence Community Music School, taking over for the departing Karen Bruno '92.
The Decoda Chamber Music Festival will be held at Lawrence from July 24 to Aug. 5. It will include instruction for 30 students as well as a series of public performances by faculty and students.
The Lawrence Graduate Bayreuth Tuben Quintet, an unconventional ensemble led by Lawrence Conservatory professor Ann Ellsworth, released its debut album, which features mostly music from LGBTQ composers.
When more than 200 students take the stage of Memorial Chapel on June 3 for the much-anticipated oratorio, the Brahms’ Ein deutsches Requiem, it will be the first staging of a Major Works concert since the pandemic began.
When a music store in Racine shuttered, dozens of musical instruments were donated. Brian Pertl, dean of the Lawrence Conservatory, stepped in to help place those instruments where they'd be put to good use.
Lawrence University voice professor Estelí Gomez is featured as a soloist on an album nominated for a 2022 Grammy Award. She'll be at the Grammys in Las Vegas on April 3.
This collection of photos is a look at the making of Molière Inspired, a Winter Term production from Lawrence University’s Department of Theatre Arts in celebration of the French playwright’s 400th birthday.
The Lawrence University Concert Choir and Cantala have been selected to perform at the American Choral Directors Association’s Midwest conference. Only 16 choirs from a 10-state region are accepted after a thorough auditioning process.
The Lawrence Conservatory of Music drew high praise in the recently released 2021 The American Prize Awards, with two faculty—and the students they direct—and three alumni being honored.
Horacio Contreras, an associate professor of music in the Lawrence Conservatory of Music, and his wife, Natali Herrera-Pacheco launched SOLA (Strings of Latin America) three years ago to raise the profile of Latin American composers.
The annual Fred Sturm Jazz Celebration Weekend, a staple of the jazz program in the Lawrence Conservatory of Music for four decades, will be held Nov. 5 and 6 with a bit of a twist.
Mile of Music is back, and with it comes a return of the Music Education Team, led by Lawrence Conservatory of Music faculty, students, and alumni.