March 2014 Events

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Master Class: Denise Root Pierce, Horn
Monday, Mar. 10, 6 pm
Dalton Center Lecture Hall, Free

Dalton Wed@7:30pm: Birds on a Wire with James Mobberley, Composer
Wednesday, Mar. 12, 7:30 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Charge
part of the 2014 New Sounds Festival
Program

Master Class: Gilad Rabinovitch and Jonandrew Slominski, Piano
Thursday, Mar. 13 3 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Free

76th Annual Southwestern Michigan Vocal Festival
Thursday, Mar. 13, 7 pm
Miller Auditorium, Free
Andrew Clark, Guest Conductor
Program

Guest Artist Recital: Billy Drewes, Jazz Saxophone
Friday, Mar. 14, 8 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Charge
with the Western Jazz Quartet
Program

34th Annual Western Invitational Jazz Festival
Saturday, Mar. 15, 7:30 pm  
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Charge
feat. the University Jazz Orchestra
Program

Faculty and Guest Artist Recital: Peter Eldridge, Jazz Vocals; Jeremy Siskind, Piano
Monday, Mar. 17, 6 pm
Dalton Center Lecture Hall, Free
Program

Master Class: Jeremy Wilson, Trombone
Tuesday, Mar. 18, 7 pm
Dalton Center Lecture Hall, Free

Guest Artist Recital: Dal Niente
Tuesday, Mar. 18, 7:30 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Free
part of the 2014 New Sounds Festival
Program

WMU Drum Choir
Wednesday, Mar. 19, 6:30 pm
Dalton Center Room 1120, Free
Keith Hall, Director
Program

Dalton Wed@7:30pm: Western Wind Quintet
Wednesday, Mar. 19, 7:30 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Charge
Program

Entrepreneurial Arts Workshop Final Concert
Thursday, Mar. 20, 7:30 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Free
Program

Master Class: Sara Gazarek, Vocals Cancelled
Friday, Mar. 21, 2 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Free

Guest Artist Recital: Sara Gazarek, Jazz Vocals and Josh Nelson Piano
Friday, Mar. 21, 8 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Charge
Program

34th Annual Gold Company Invitational Vocal Jazz Festival Final Concert
Saturday, Mar. 22, 8 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Charge
feat. Gold Company

Campus Band
Sunday, Mar. 23, 3 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Free
Brad Pulverenti, Conductor
Program

University Percussion Ensemble
Monday, Mar. 24, 7:30 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Free
Judy Moonert, Director
Program

Distinguished Alumni Series: Evan Conroy, Bass Trombone
Tuesday, Mar. 25, 7:30 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Free
Program

University Symphony Orchestra
Tuesday, Mar. 25, 7:30 pm
Orchestra Hall, Detroit, Michigan, Free
Bruce Uchimura, Conductor
Program

Dalton Wed@7:30pm: Dither Quartet
Wednesday, Mar. 26, 7:30 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Charge
Part of the New Sounds Festival
Program

Collegium Musicum
Thursday, Mar. 27, 7:30 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Free
Matthew Steel, Director
Program

Society for Composers, Inc. Region 5 Conference
Thursday, Mar. 27, 7:30 pm
Dalton Center Lecture Hall, Free
Concert I
Program

Society for Composers, Inc. Region 5 Conference
Friday, Mar. 28, 9:30 am
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Free
Concert II
Program

Society for Composers, Inc. Region 5 Conference
Friday, Mar. 28, 2:30 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Free
Concert III
Program

Society for Composers, Inc. Region 5 Conference
Friday, Mar. 28, 8 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Free
Concert IV
Program

Society for Composers, Inc. Region 5 Conference
Saturday, Mar. 29, 9:30 am
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Free
Concert V
Program

Society for Composers, Inc. Region 5 Conference
Saturday, Mar. 29, 2:30 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Free
Concert VI
Program

Society for Composers, Inc. Region 5 Conference
Saturday, Mar. 29, 8 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Free
Concert VII
Program

University Jazz Lab Band
Monday, Mar. 31, 7:30 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Free
Scott Cowan, Director
Program

A note about parking: On weekday evenings (Monday through Thursday) guest parking is limited to metered spaces in the parking structure adjacent to Miller Auditorium. If you are attending a School of Music event, you only have to feed the meter until 8 p.m. On weekends (beginning at 4 p.m. Friday) parking is free in the Miller Auditorium parking structure as well as in the surface lots near Miller Auditorium. Thank you for your patience.