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Collegium Musicum performs:

On Saturday evening, Feb. 2, people arrived at Egner Memorial Chapel to watch Night’s Black Bird perform. They sat in the pews,...

Somewhere over the rainbow:

Somewhere beyond the already pressing deadlines, intense politics, and family dramatics, is a man who wrote a tune that enchanted thousands. His...

Commemorating 100 years of The Armistice

On Sunday, Nov. 11, the Muhlenberg College Music Department held a performance titled “In Remembrance: A Concert for the 100th Anniversary of the Armistice”...

A preview of Carmina Burana

Based on a medieval text from the 11th or 12th century, Carmina Burana is a cantata by Carl Orff that was composed in the...

A blast from the past

A spooky treat arrived just ten days before Halloween: Muhlenberg College alum Bryson Kemp, from the class of 2016, provided piano accompaniment to F.W....

Canciones of model musicians

“The beauty of a master class is to have everyone engaged,” said voice teacher Patricia Koch Budlong, who directed the Spanish Art Song Master...

Brass, drums, and all that jazz

“What Is Hip?” Well, according to the not so coincidentally ordered song list from last week’s jazz concert, it’s “Hip To Be Square.”...

Exploring world ‘flutelore’

On Oct. 29, 2017, a rainy Sunday evening around 7 p.m., Muhlenberg’s Flute Ensemble presented a series of pieces within the walls of Egner...

Embodying the music: Guest professor provides a new take on an...

Gaining a global perspective on any topic is difficult to achieve whilst confined to a college campus – though we can read as many...

Entering the world of the oratorio: Muhlenberg presents variations of a...

It is a work among the many with an emphasis on the one: one voice, one thought, one meaning and one essential design. This...

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