The Department of Music at UMass Lowell offers a number of performances each semester. Most are free and open to the public, with free general and handicapped-accessible parking nearby. Fisher and Durgin Concert Halls are both located in Durgin Hall on UMass Lowell's South Campus. Durgin Concert Hall is on the first floor, Fisher Recital Hall is on the lower level. Occasionally it is necessary to change the date or time of a scheduled concert, so if you are traveling a distance, feel free to call the Music Office at 978-934-3850 to confirm the event day and time.
Hit songs made famous by women musicians including Taylor Swift, Beyonce and Jessie J will be among those performed by UMass Lowell students and members of the community at the “Mothers of Rock” concert to benefit the after-school programs at Girls Inc. of Lowell. The annual event is presented by the UMass Lowell chapter of the Music and Entertainment Industry Student Association (MEISA), which provides members with real-world experience and networking opportunities in the business. The concert is free and open to the public, but donations will be accepted at the door. Free parking will be available in the nearby Wilder Lot.
Guitarist Joe Folan presents his Senior Recital. Joe is a guitarist and composer with a passion for hard bop, blues, classic rock, and R&B. In his senior recital program, he hopes to reflect on his influences and the lessons he has learned in the past few years regarding interpretation, composition, improvisation, and arranging. This will include original rock and jazz compositions, Blue Note classics and contemporary R&B. Many special guests will join in! Free and open to the public.
Featuring pianist Anthony Alexander, enjoy an evening of solo piano repertoire from the Baroque Era to the 20th Century for his senior recital. Free and open to the public.
The venerable Lowell-based Angkor Dance Troupe presents an evening of classical and folk dances from Cambodia, with accompaniment from the Wong Pleng Khmer, the UMass Lowell Cambodian music ensemble.
Studio Orchestra Concert. Free and open to the public. Directed by Walter Platt.
Jon Wheatley directs the Electric Guitar Ensemble in their Spring concert. Free and open to the public in Durgin Recital Hall.