Five collegiate saxophone quartets will blow into their reeds not only to showcase their musical skills but also to learn from their professional counterparts at a master class and rehearsal Tuesday night.
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When students take to the streets for this weekend’s fests, a simple crumpled red Solo cup discarded on the sidewalk can mean the end to a party.
With Fest Season kicking off this weekend, fest-goers are already gearing up for 11Fest, with 5,000 tickets already sold for the event.
Two variations of the trombone, along with piano can be seen performing a repertoire of music spanning the baroque era to modern compositions Thursday night in the Glidden Recital Hall.
Stage lights and the audience’s eyes will be focused on Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium’s platform as student dancers perform Friday and Saturday night.
One man’s garage project turned full-blown band will come to Athens this week as part of its national tour.
On Friday night, Jackie O’s Pub and Brewery will play host to The Cliftones, a Cincinnati band intent on rocking whoever attends their show.
Two friends, songwriters and band mates, will join each other on stage Friday night, where their relationship will link their own two sets together.
Nationally known rhymes and beats will be the centerpiece of the 11th edition of Number Fest.
Three bands with three distinctive sounds, one progressive rock, the other rock with hints of funk, and the last leaning toward experimental Americana, will converge at the Smiling Skull Saloon, 108 W Union St., this Saturday.
In The Ridges Auditorium on Friday, the clanging of a cowbell kept time as students in a circle of steel drums practiced new rhythms, their heads bobbing with the music.
Partiers at Ohio University can pencil in their weekend plans now that the full spring fest schedule, including the much-maligned Palmer Fest and Number Fest, has been released.
An accomplished flutist who has competed internationally and has been highly decorated by several organizations in the music world will perform at a free recital Friday evening.
Ohio University's party animals have a new reason to cheer.
Musicians will now have more time to soak up the spotlight on the Front Room stage.
The sounds of the holidays will be emanating out of Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium on Saturday night.
A pianist and a violinist will take the stage Wednesday night, bringing their interpretations of chamber music staples with a strong sense of trust and respect for one another.
Ohio University’s Symphonic Band, Wind Symphony and Marching 110 are coming together Thursday night for the first-ever Band-O-Rama.
In a book-rimmed office, several percussionists accompany Joseph Van Hassel, a visiting professor of percussion who is using his semester-long tenure at Ohio University to share his knowledge of different percussion techniques and compositions.