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Department of Music – UMBC

Greg Kalember, Mix Engineer for UN Chamber Music Society

Professor of the Practice, Greg Kalember was the mix engineer for a virtual concert that will premiere on March 3rd. The UN Chamber Music Society of the United Nations Staff Recreation Council…

Posted: March 1, 2021 3:35 PM

UMBC Students Release EP and Single

Department of Music students and alumni Zach Powell, Ricky Jefferson, Miles Malone, Pat Clark, and Noah Maruyama recently released an EP as Sunstrider, a newly started jazz ensemble. The EP was…

Posted: February 17, 2021 2:32 PM

Paula Maust Creates Open-Source Theory Platform

Discussions of gender in the Western classical music canon have brought forth a tremendous amount of feminist scholarship during the past thirty years, and Philip Ewell’s monumental address at the…

Posted: January 29, 2021 2:47 PM

Music Students featured in Grit & Gratitude

Department of Music students Egan O’Brien, Jordan Washington, and the UMBC Jazz Ensemble will be featured in UMBC’s upcoming Grit & Gratitude Virtual Celebration on December 16 at 3pm via…

Posted: December 4, 2020 9:46 AM

Katie Blake Raises Awareness for Diabetes Through New Work

UMBC Music’s Katie Blake (Composition ’21) wrote a piece titled Low Glucose Vibes for T1International’s 2020 theme for National Diabetes Awareness Month and World Diabetes Day 2020. Congrats to…

Posted: November 25, 2020 9:30 AM

Joseph Siu to Present at Society for Music Theory

Dr. Joseph Siu will be presenting his research at the upcoming Society for Music Theory national conference (Nov 7–8 and 14–15). The title of his presentation is “Phrase-Rhythmic Norms in…

Posted: November 4, 2020 10:24 AM

Performance by Audrey Andrist to be Streamed on WETA

Affiliate Artist Audrey Andrist, pianist, will be featured on Classical WETA (90.9) on Monday, November 23rd at 9:00 pm, on the program Front Row Washington.  Included in the broadcast will be her…

Posted: November 3, 2020 9:47 AM


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