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Senior Johnathon Lyons and junior Nole Jones won at the Southeastern Regional National Association of Teachers of Singing auditions and will compete in nationals in June.


“Avenue Q” is hilarious, irreverent and definitely not for children. “Muppet”-style puppets, alongside human actors, star in this sweetly satiric coming-of-age parable.
The Thelema Trio, a Belgium new music ensemble, will appear in concert at UAB’s Hulsey Recital Hall at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 16.
New lead vocalists make their debut during the choir’s spring concert, which will raise money for the group’s upcoming 20th anniversary concert and fall 2016 tour.
Coming up for the Marching Blazers in 2015 are performances on the USS Missouri at Pearl Harbor and elsewhere in Honolulu from March 21-28.
Enjoy the sweet sounds of free musical performances with the UAB Department of Music’s full schedule for winter and spring.
The Concert Choir will perform at high schools and churches in Shelby County, Birmingham, Florence, Madison and Decatur and in Smyrna and Nashville, Tennessee.
Nersessian performed Jan. 25, and Lugansky will perform March 21. Both are sought-after artists of the highest caliber, says UAB’s Yakov Kasman.
The salute is part of a commemoration of the 50th anniversary of “Bloody Sunday,” the Selma-to-Montgomery march, and the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Kasman’s prize includes a prestigious opportunity to perform with the symphony in March and a $1,500 cash prize.
The Gospel Choir will perform and Womack will lecture with her paintings and poetry for this special event, set for Feb. 23 in the Hulsey Recital Hall.
Clarinetists of all ages and abilities are invited to gather for the International Clarinet Association's Southeastern Festival in conjunction with the 13th annual UAB Clarinet Symposium.
Featuring UAB Concert and Chamber choirs and Brass Ensembles with area high school choirs, the performance will include traditional holiday favorites.
This contemporary take on Donizetti’s tale of romance and reversal of fortune features award-winning student performers from an array of majors.
Come early to grab a seat for this free concert, which will feature 13 all-new, original student compositions with video and video games.
Kasman will face eight other competitors in the MTNA Southern Division auditions in Tennessee in January, and the winner will go to nationals.
Choir favorites old and new will be performed at the show, along with two new scholarship announcements, one in memory of G. Labron Smith.
The student group will perform a work commemorating D-Day as well as contemporary selections and a ragtime encore.
Price’s work “Triptych: Three Studies in Gesture and Noise” will be presented at the Atlanta conference Nov. 13-14.
Mash will speak at the department’s Music Convocation on Oct. 8. The midday lecture is open to the public.
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