A trio of “innovative performers” will join MTSU School of Music jazz faculty to teach local student musicians in clinics over three days, culminating in..
The vast diversity of artists and experiences that make up Nashville’s love affair with music was the topic on a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio..
MTSU will wrap up its 2019 Black History Month celebration with a visit from a Grammy Award-nominated keynote speaker Thursday, Feb. 28. David Banner will..
If you’ve ever wondered what the future looks and sounds like, come to an event like MTSU’s 27th annual Invention Convention. A ponytailed future CEO..
MTSU will ring once again with the rhythms of Tejano music in Tennessee Monday, Feb. 25, when conjunto masters Felipe Pérez y Sus Polkeros bring..
The experiences of men whom courts have ordered to try to learn why they use violence against their partners is the focus of MTSU’s next..
“That James Meredith was a bad dude, wasn’t he?” That was the immediate reaction of James Meredith himself to an introductory video encapsulating the events..
A visiting lecturer at MTSU will use a philosophical lens to focus on an explanation for football fans’ attitudes toward players who protest racism and..
The 2019 MTSU Flute Festival, conducted by the MTSU School of Music and featuring prize-winning international guest artist Érik Gratton of the Nashville Symphony, is..
A producer of hit records, a civil rights trailblazer, panel discussions and social gatherings are all part of MTSU’s 2019 celebration of Black History Month...
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