Thursday, April 12? 8 p.m. Kilbourn HallEastman Trombone Choir, directed by John Marcellus and featuring the music of Ewazen, Bach, Hayden and Mahler.

Friday, April 13? 3:30 p.m.Kilbourn HallDoctoral Degree piano recital of Jocelyn Swigger, featuring the music of Albeniz, Schumann, Beethoven, Bolcom and more.

? 7 p.m.Ciminelli Formal LoungeStudent recital of oboist/vocalist Lynda Paul and clarinetist Kelley Dey. Featuring Sladki Doumi, the Bulgarian Women?s Choir.

Saturday, April 14? 6:30 p.m.ESM 120Bachelor?s Degree saxophone recital of Nicholas Kadajski.

? 7 p.m.Kilbourn HallBachelor?s Degree voice recital of Jaime Gamroth.

Sunday, April 15? 3:30 p.m.Kilbourn HallBachelor?s Degree piano recital of Angela Lieh, featuring the music of Bach, Chopin, and Beethoven?s ?Appassionata? Sonata.

? 9 p.m.Kilbourn HallMaster?s Degree clarinet recital of Roman Cisneros.

April 16-20Jury WeekNo classes in session. Come by if you want to hang out with some really stressed music students.

Monday, April 23? 8 p.m.Kilbourn HallEastman Women?s Chorale, conducted by Susan Conkling.

Tuesday, April 24? 8 p.m.Kilbourn HallThe World Music Series presents the Pangaia Steel Drum Band. Tickets are free for students, discounted for other ID-holders and $15 for everybody else.



Spotify Wrapped has shifted the way we talk music

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From the Archives: LOGOS and Campus Times finally bury the hatchet

Dan Kimmel says that, in addition to finding an audience and an identity, LOGOS helped him find his voice.

KSU’s three-day Lunar New Year festival educates us on the holiday

To celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year, the KSU planned out a three-day cultural extravaganza to share their traditions with the greater UR community!