Every three years, the theater and music departments come together to create an opera in Fisher Theater. This weekend, the novella “Candide” by Voltaire will be performed as this year’s event.
Mary Creswell, associate professor of music with specialty in voice at Iowa State, has extensive experience in performing and teaching classical styles of music to students. She attended the University of Michigan, a common education background she shares with William David, professor of music and pianist in their upcoming duo concert on Sunday.
A new painting in Music Hall will be dedicated by a free performance from the Ames Piano Quartet in the Martha-Ellen Tye Recital Hall.
Vocal music student Evan Stenzel overcomes ADHD through his passion for music and theatre, while being an outgoing community servant as well.
In their performance this Tuesday, the ISU Percussion Ensemble will play “ZZZZing!,” a piece that features 13 percussionists playing simultaneously.
The ISU Concert of Soloists gives music students a chance to show their hard-earned skills in a performance with the ISU Symphony Orchestra this Saturday.
Tuba virtuoso Patrick Sheridan will perform with the ISU Wind Ensemble on Friday to kickoff the Midwest District Convention of the National Honorary Band fraternity and sorority.
Christopher Wilson comes to the Martha-Ellen Tye Recital Hall to perform some of his vast repertoire of contemporary marimba pieces.
Andrew Peterson has deep ties to the Iowa State Singers and is excited for this semester’s concert tour.
Kevin Schilling has played in almost every annual Ames Town & Gown musicale for the past 22 years, and he loves how it brings the community together.