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  • Oboist joins percussion duo in free concert
  • Tom Rainey Trio to entertain audiences in free recital at WMU
  • Distinguished alumnus joins free University Symphony Orchestra concert
  • Jazz performance will feature digital processing and live electronics
  • Chicago-based Kontras Quartet returns for free performance
  • 'Fantasies for the Piano' presented by new faculty member
  • Student and faculty join forces to offer varied musical program
  • Critically acclaimed jazz and world music all-star band comes to Dalton Center
  • Horn Day open to anyone who wants to learn more about the horn
  • Alumnus Matt Giraud joins Gold Company's 40th-anniversary show
  • Trombone alumnus returns for solo recital
  • University Jazz Lab Band performs with guest artists
  • Annual concert showcases student talent, benefits scholarships
  • New music ensemble, Birds on a Wire, presents 'A Strange Magic'
  • Grammy winner to perform with jazz and symphony orchestras
  • WMU to host regional College Band Directors National Association conference
  • Annual festival brings 900 high school singers to campus
  • Japanese musician to perform on campus during second U.S. tour
  • WMU ensembles perform for Latvian Association's Centennial Arts Weekend
  • Boundary-breaking percussion ensemble Clocks in Motion comes to campus
  • Area Latvians to celebrate centennial with arts celebration at WMU
  • Spektral Quartet and Mark DeChiazza present new works
  • WMU Concert Band to perform with Portage Central High School Symphonic Band
  • Gold Company qualifies to perform at prestigious fall festival
  • Music therapy students will perform alongside families and caregivers
  • Concerto competition winners perform at Miller Auditorium
  • Wind and percussion musicians featured at 50th annual festival
  • Jazz students continue winning streak in DownBeat competition
  • High school musicians to learn and perform on campus this summer