The Stones River Chamber Players, MTSU’s faculty ensemble-in-residence, will continue their 2018-19 performances with their third free concert of the season, “Here and There,” set..
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..
MTSU music faculty member, trumpeter and composer Jamey Simmons will perform and lead the professional jazz ensemble known as the Tennessee Jazz Collective at 7:30 p.m...
The MTSU School of Music’s “Keyboard Artist Series” will keep a steady rhythm Friday, Feb. 15, when piano professor Adam Clark presents the masterworks of..
A world-class trombonist who has played for symphonies, operas and stages around the world will join an internationally recognized pianist for a free public concert..
There’s little better than sharing joy with friends and family, and MTSU’s Tucker Theatre will become holiday headquarters for “Joys of the Season” once again..
The MTSU Schola Cantorum, Middle Tennessee Choral Society, MTSU Meistersingers and the First Methodist Adult Choir will blend their voices Tuesday, Nov. 27, in a..
Internationally acclaimed pianist Kirill Gliadkovsky will help the MTSU School of Music open the fourth season of its popular “Keyboard Artist Series” with a public..
The Stones River Chamber Players, MTSU’s faculty ensemble-in-residence, will put the focus on “The American Composer” in its 2018-19 season, which opens Monday, Oct. 8,..
MTSU will present a combination of classical guitar music and compositions inspired by Chinese music Monday, Oct. 1, in a free concert open to the..
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