Student-run organization-turned-capstone course Brick City Records has been adapting to a virtual curriculum.
From The Black Keys at The Union to local bands at house shows, here’s where music lives in Athens.
For many musical artists, the COVID-19 pandemic has limited their source of income through live shows. Several have turned to livestreaming their performances.
Stuart’s Opera House hosts the NMF annually.
The teenage heartthrob helped some attendees cross off hearing “Beautiful Soul” live from their bucket list.
Enter Nicholas Onkoba, better known by his stage name SavageRealm, who’s trying to meme his way to the top of charts.
The concert will include five pieces which will consist of the modern dance style.
The dinner and cabaret night will feature several solo and group performances.
The new band is excited to play their first show this weekend.
The event will feature several workshops led by local artists.
Guest artist Jose Milton Vieira will perform at 1 p.m. and the OU trombone choir and participant choir will perform at 5 p.m. in Glidden Recital Hall.
One of Athens’ local bands takes the music scene by storm.
The concert will take place at the Templeton-Blackburn Auditorium at 8:00 p.m.
The performance will include many notable faculty and former students, as well as some who are now faculty and a former student.
The first installment of the Athens Noise Show 2020 is this Sunday at The Union.
The Athens Rock Camp for Girls+ encourages girls and gender non-conforming youths to find confidence through music.
Their next performance will support PRISM, a program for LGBT youth.
The show featured two opening acts.
Cardboard Sailors is a recently-formed local band that plans to hold a release party for its first EP Thursday at The Union.
The Ohio University Marching 110 will perform its annual varsity show on Saturday at Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium.