This summer, Michael Payne will head to New York, where he’ll perform in The Magic Flute and sing at the legendary Carnegie Hall.
Category Archives: Student Accomplishments
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).
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 …
Missouri State’s a cappella groups the Beartones and Hibernotes will be competing in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Midwest Semifinals at Washington University in St. Louis on April 2. MSU groups take first, second place in quarterfinals The …
On March 31, Ozarks Public Television will air their documentary on the Missouri State Pride Marching Band, “The Beat Goes On — MSU’s Pride Marching Band.” More about the band The Missouri State University band began in 1908 with 16 members. It
Missouri State’s five-year-old jazz studies program is sending successful graduates into the music world, bringing living legends to MSU and putting on events for audiences beyond the campus. Building a jazz degree option Music Professor Randy Hamm has been at
Missouri State University’s Grand Chorus and Symphony Orchestra will perform the University’s President’s Concert on two dates and in two locations this year, including for the first time at the renowned Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in Kansas City,
Missouri State’s touring choir Chorale will be traveling to northern Missouri and Kansas for a three-day tour in January. Each performance is free and open to the public. Schedule Liberty, Missouri Liberty United Methodist Church Jan. 5, 7-9:30 p.m. Prairie
Missouri State opera students will get the chance compete at the National Opera Association’s 61st annual convention this year in the graduate division opera scenes competition. The convention will take place Jan. 6-10 in Indianapolis and focuses on “Heritage and
Dr. Carol Chapman is coordinating a two-day festival on Oct. 23 and 25 at Ellis Recital Hall to pay tribute to 19th century German poet Heinrich Heine. The event, called “Heinrich Heine: German Poetry in Music,” is part of the