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Gospel Choir
The School of Music presents a wide range of performances by students and faculty as Fall Quarter draws to a close.  Read more in UW Today.
The Littlefield Organ
The University of Washington School of Music continues its celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Littlefield Organ series with The Littlefield Organ Festival, a weekend of faculty recitals by organ faculty Carole Terry and Douglas Cleveland. The festival gets underway on Friday, November 18 with a recital by Douglas Cleveland, joined by saxophonist Michael Brockman; and concludes on Monday, November 21 with a recital by Carole Terry, joined by flutist Donna Shin. Director of Music and... Read more
Laila Lamrini
Noted singer Laila Lamrini presents a lecture-recital on malhūn, the sung poetry of Morocco, at the School of Music Brechemin Auditorium on Monday, November 14, 2012. A member of the faculty at the Moulay Rachid conservatory in Rabat, she has performed throughout the Arab world, Europe and the United States and is considered one of the most prominent singers of malhūn poetry in Morocco. Growing up in the city of Meknes, Lamrini learned from great teachers: The late Hadj Houssein Toulali, the... Read more
Cello close-up
Winners of the School of Music's annual Concerto Competition were announced Nov. 14 following performances at Meany Theater. The judges selected three winning performance teams and no alternates. Winners will perform with the University Symphony on February 23, 7:30 p.m., at Meany Theater.  Winners of the competition are: Maria-Alise Agrawal, flute, and Megan Bledsoe, harp, who performed movements from the Mozart Concerto for Flute and Harp; Britanee Hwee, piano, who performed the first... Read more
Cello close-up
Finalists have been selected for the School of Music Concerto Competition. Students performing in the Concerto Competition on Monday, November 14, 7 p.m., Meany Theater are: Maria-Alise Agrawal, flute; Megan Bledsoe, harp; MeeAe Hong, violin; Ting-Yao "Grace" Huang, piano; Britanee Hwee, piano; Colleen McElroy, flute; Elizabeth Yao, piano; and Monica Yoon, piano. Read on for program details.