Fridays at 8pm (repeats Tuesdays at 1pm)
- Hosted by Kurt Hauswirth
Highlighting musical talent from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, this program features recorded performances from large music ensembles, chamber groups, soloists and more!
Here you'll find a preview of what to expect on upcoming programs:
(Program listings subject to change - Please refer to previous Preview Guides for past information, or email email@example.com)
Sept: 2018 - NMU Music Ensembles
Friday evenings at 8pm ET (Encore Tuesday afternoons at 1pm ET)
8/31 & 9/4: NMU Percussion
Experience two NMU Percussion Ensemble performances featuring pieces incorporatingthe sounds of claps, sandwich bags, marimbas, and a South American Samba, recorded April 19, 2017; and compositions from Leroy Anderson, Christopher Rouse, Bela Fleck and more, recorded April 14, 2012.
9/7 & 11: NMU Choirs
Experience the sound of two NMU Choir concerts. Hear music from February and April of 2016, performed by the NMU Choral program which includes the University Choir, the Arts Chorale, and the Lake Effect Show Choir. You’ll hear the works of Hans Leo Hassler, Orlando di Lasso, Johannes Brahms, Alan Menken and more.
9/14 & 18: NMU Wind Ensemble & Symphonic Band
Enjoy the sound of the NMU Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band, from concerts in March and April of 2017. Hear music of John Wasson, Girolamo Frescobaldi, Norman Dello Joio, Malcolm Arnold and more.
9/21 & 25: NMU Orchestra
This ensemble performed twice in the span of two months, October and November, in 2015. Some of the composers responsible for the repertoire in these concerts are Georges Bizet, Jacques Offenbach and George Frederick McKay. (10/14/2015 & 11/18/2015).
9/28 & 10/3: Marquette Choral Society
Savor two Marquette Choral Society performances from 2010 and 2017. A concert of Spirituals (recorded in Spring 2010) features Ev’ry Time I Feel the Spirit, I Wanna Be Ready, Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, There is a Balm in Gilead, and more. An April 2017 concert includes Finnish folk song Water Under Snow is Weary, Ukko the Firemaker (Sibelius), and Sure on this Shining Night (Barber).
Stay tuned for more information on upcoming productions!
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