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This summer, Michael Payne will head to New York, where he’ll perform in The Magic Flute and sing at the legendary Carnegie Hall.
Vikki Chen, Caleb Marshall and Karolina Fraczak make up the Missouri State Piano Trio, which was recently recognized by the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA).
Poet Michael Dennis Browne and composer John Wykoff are counting on the music and lyrics to lift “Now We Belong.”
When the 45th president of the United States is sworn in on Jan. 20, 2017, the MSU Chorale will be front and center – performing during the nationally televised ceremony.
They are the storytellers. The creators. The visualizers. The students who make up Missouri State’s College of Arts and Letters take pride in standing out amongst the crowd and making their Missouri Statement a distinct one. How? Here are five …
Many changes are on the horizon for students as Missouri State continues its push to overhaul the facilities and accommodations the music department offers. The Steinway Initiative is key to that plan. What does it mean to be an All-Steinway
Jane A. Meyer Carillon Series returns to Missouri State July 10 The Jane A. Meyer Carillon Series, an outdoor concert on the lawn of Duane G. Meyer Library, will resume July 10 with the second concert of the 2016 season. More about the
The album serves as an example of the restoration of diplomatic connections between the U.S. and Cuba.