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Kuleshov Competition 2024 - Guest Artist Nadejda Vlaeva

The School of Music hosts the 2024 International Kuleshov Piano Competition. Guest adjudicator Nadejda Vlaeva performs a recital at Radke Fine Arts Theatre, on April 12th.

From  Bryan Mitschell 19 plays

Bailey Poslick - Graduate Lecture Recital

School of Music Student Bailey Poslick presents a Graduate Lecture Voice Recital at Radke Fine Arts Theatre, April 22nd, 2023

From  Bryan Mitschell 15 plays

FACS - Brisch Center for Historical Performance - "Sounds of Antiquity"

Sounds of Antiquity | 4:15PM January 29, 2023 | Radke Fine Arts Theatre | Program | Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf (1739-1799) Concerto No. 2 for Violone and Orchestra in Eb Major, Kr. 172 | 1.…

From  Bryan Mitschell 27 plays

Symphony Orchestra - 12/6/22

UCO Symphony Orchestra Winter Concert UCO Symphony Orchestra Dr. Ralph Morris, Director Dr. Emily Butterfield, Associate Director Soloists Dr. Hong Zhu, Violin Dr. Dawn Lindblade-Evans,…

From  Bryan Mitschell 121 plays

Symphony and Chamber Orchestras - A Contrast In Cultures

The School of Music presents the UCO Chamber Orchestra and UCO Symphony Orchestra in Mitchell Hall Theatre performing a program entitled "A Contrast In Cultures", 10/4/22.

From  Bryan Mitschell 51 plays

FACS - Piano Potpourri: La Belle Époque

The School of Music presents the Faculty Artist Concert Series featuring Piano Faculty and friends in a program titled Piano Potpourri: La Belle Époque PROGRAM Carmen Overture Georges Bizet…

From  Bryan Mitschell 49 plays

New Faculty Lecture Series: Dr. Karen Manna

The French Revolution, Triangulation, and the Politics of Toxic Masculinity In eighteenth-century France, authors envisioned the French man of fashion as an “effeminate” and ridiculous,…

From  William Andrews 20 plays

New Faculty Lecture Series: Dr. Sophia Clark

Midnight Rides, Death, and Specters: Bürger’s Lenore and the International Gothic Gottfried August Bürger’s ballade Lenore (1773), the story of a young woman who joins her dead…

From  William Andrews 13 plays