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Nikolas Francis drumming

Sound Decisions

Researcher Beats His Own Drum in Considering How Brains Process and Understand Sound

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Collage of Barbara Haggh-Huglo and sheet music

Discovering Something New in the Medieval

UMD Musicologist Digs Up Old Secrets of Song

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Johnnie Cruise Mercer dances on stage

Shining a ‘Light’ on Dance

Three-Day Summit Grappling With Race, Gender, Sexuality and the Pandemic Starts Today

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Jauvon Gilliam poses with musical instruments

Drum Roll for Latest Discovery District Arrival

School of Music Lecturer Opens Studio Space, Percussion Instrument Rental

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Students playing instruments

Surveying the Artistic Landscape

NEA-Funded Research Lab Studies Arts Education in K-12 Schools

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Collage of Glenn Tipton and Tim Ripper Owens of the band Judas Priest, Duke Ellington, and Gary "Dr. Know" Miller of Bad Brains

Local Music History on Shuffle

UMD Doctoral Candidate’s Playlist Amplifies County’s Artistic Legacy

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Stephen Sondheim

How Sondheim Wrote the Book on Modern Musical Theater

With 5 Favorite Songs, UMD Theatre Scholar Details Genius of Late Composer, Lyricist

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Titilayo Ayangade poses with her cello

A First (Master)Class Opportunity

Doctoral Student Cellist Chosen for Yo-Yo Ma Instructional Video

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D.C. punk collage

Hard Look at Hardcore’s Heyday

Alum’s New Book Examines How a Youth Uprising Created an Enduring Sound Born in D.C.

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digitized violin player

A New Vision for Violin Instruction

AI-Powered App to Eyeball Posture, Form for Solo Practice

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NOI Philharmonic

‘It’s a Very Liberating Feeling’

National Orchestral Institute + Festival Returns to In-Person Performance

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Screengrab from Faux Paz performance video

An Aca-Accomplishment

Terp Group’s Virtual Performance Earns First Place in International A Cappella Competition

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