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    - The Alamire Consort - Music of Tudor England at the Time of Shakespeare
    The Alamire Consort will present a program entitled Music of Tudor England at the Time of Shakespeare in the courtyard reading room of Dimond Library on April 14, 2016 at 5:30 pm... Read More
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    - UNH Concert Choir Touring Ensemble Competing in Wroclaw, Poland
    In early June, 18 members of the UNH Concert Choir, under the direction of William Kempster, along with accompanist Paul Merrill, will travel to Wroclaw, Poland for the 6th... Read More
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    - Upcoming Events: Keith Polk Music Lecture Series
    Assistant Professor of Music History (New England Conservatory) Dr. Burney's Complaint and the Case of Mendelssohn's Great Passion Thursday, March 31, 2016 5 pm Verrette Recital... Read More
  • Arlene P. Kies
    - Passing: Arlene P. Kies
    Arlene Pepe Kies died peacefully at home on February 11, 2016, following a two-year battle with cancer. She confronted her illness with dignity, strength and grace, and continued... Read More
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    - Alumni Music Newsletter
    The new Alumni Music Newsletter is ready to read online. Read More
  • UNH opera program
    - Singing for Their Supper
    The sounds of several operas and musicals drifted from the Paul Creative Arts Center on two enchanted evenings this past weekend. Read More
  • Jared Cassedy - UNH alum
    - Music Man
    Jared Cassedy ’04 is a music teacher in Windham, N.H., but he doesn’t see the 87 high-schoolers in his band as students. He sees them as fellow musicians. “With the right... Read More
  • UNH Professor David Seiler
    - Amplifying the Individual
    Professor of music Dave Seiler plans to continue mentoring young music students. Though recently retired, no one believes he'll bow out of the UNH or Seacoast music scenes any... Read More
  • Drummer at UNH Undergraduate Research Conference event
    - Creativity Exposed
    Dominic Ryder '15 has been analyzing the work of Iannis Xenakis, the late Greek-French composer. He presented his research findings on Thursday at Naked Arts: Creativity Exposed,... Read More
  • Students in New Orleans
    - Big Lessons of the Big Easy
    When a group of UNH students finally heard the music on the street corners of New Orleans; when they took a ride with a friendly carriage driver who rode around with his pet snake... Read More