Recent News

Juan Pampin of DXARTS
The UW's Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media blurs the edges between art and science while pushing boundaries in multiple disciplines.  Read more in the Seattle Times.
Music Librarian Judy Tsou
A recent gift to the University of Washington Music Library of 720 rare classical music scores–mostly first editions or first printings–includes work by some of the greatest names in classical music, including Beethoven, Brahms, Handel, Tchaikovsky, Wagner, Haydn, Britten, Rossini, Verdi, Debussy, and many others.  Read more at... Read more
JACK Quartet
Two concerts by New York's JACK Quartet on March 15 at the Meany Studio Theater brings together an eclectic group of musicians and composers. Read more in City Arts online.
The UW Chamber Singers
Choral director Geoffrey Boers’s attention is focused on several different priorities at once, but then again, that is nothing new. Director of the UW’s top auditioned choir, the Chamber Singers, Boers also serves as director of choral activities at the UW and in collaboration with colleague Giselle Wyers, oversees the UW’s highly regarded choral conducting program. At present, he is preparing his singers for an ambitious program at Meany Theater on March 12, which will serve as a preview of... Read more
A collaboration between Seattle Symphony and early music specialist (and School of Music faculty member) Stephen Stubbs is bringing Bach's Passions to Benaroya Hall. Stubbs' production company Pacific MusicWorks presents St. John Passion at Nordstrom Recital Hall March 1 and 2, following SSO's February performances of St. Matthew Passion.  Read more about the project in... Read more