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02/27/2020
Fishers continue to make music at Miami
Lee '68 and Rosemary Holoviak Fisher '69 recently committed $100,000 to establish the Fisher-Holoviak Music Professorship. (Miami University Alumni Association)
02/10/2020
Symphony Orchestra, Averbach named semifinalists in national competition
Miami University Symphony Orchestra and their conductor, Ricardo Averbach, have been named semifinalists for the 2019-2020 American Prize National Nonprofit Competitions in the Performing Arts.
02/07/2020
Release of 'Through Time and Place' reunites former and current Miami musicians
A prestigious recording with music by former CCA Dean James Lentini will be released on March 13. Faculty member Ricardo Averbach conducts the Sofia Philharmonic.
02/07/2020
Student string quartet makes debut in Italy
Four musicians from Miami participated in the Fiato al Brasile Festival in Faenza, Italy.
02/07/2020
Music and Physics join forces in 'The Planets'
The Department of Physics joins forces with the Department of Music in a program that explores how the mysteries of the universe are connected with music.
02/03/2020
Michael LaMattina profile at Zarro Percussion
Miami University music professor Michael LaMattina reflects on his career and his teaching (ZarroPercussion.com)
11/07/2019
International Collaboration Brings 'Pulse' to Miami Stage
A composer, a violinist, and a choreographer quicken the 'Pulse' of Dance Theatre's Winter 2019 Concert
11/06/2019
'Two Faces' Concert Celebrates Visions of Freedom
On Monday, November 25, the Miami University Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Ricardo Averbach will present 'The Two Faces of Freedom', a concert dedicated to two different visions of the idea of freedom, from two different times, and peoples.
10/29/2019
Students Perform a Play at Cincinnati's National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Students Perform a Play about Freedom Summer at Cincinnati's National Underground Railroad Freedom Center