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The string section at the University Orchestra's "All You Need is Love!” Valentine's Day concert.

Performance Calendar

Three musicians in the brass section at the University Orchestra's Photo by Tory Germann

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.

Performance Calendar

  • SEP
    14
    Robert Flax Performance
    8:00 PM

    Rob Flax is an award-winning multi-instrumentalist, composer,  and educator from Evanston, Ill., with a playful heart and an open mind. Flax uses a looper pedal and other effects to transform his violin into an entire symphony of sounds in this "One Man Band" concert. 

  • OCT
    27
    University Orchestra Concert
    8:00 PM

    UML Orchestra presents their annual Halloween Concert. Mark Latham conducts.

  • NOV
    16
    Wind Ensemble Concert
    8:00 PM

    Dan Lutz conducts the Wind Ensemble in their Fall concert.

  • NOV
    29
    Mixed Chamber Ensemble Concert
    8:00 PM

    Blair Bettencourt leads the ensemble featuring winds and brass in combinations performing a classical repertoire.

  • NOV
    30
    String Project Winter Showcase
    7:00 PM

    Experience the magic of the Winter Holidays at the String Project's annual Winter Showcase, featuring students from ages 6yrs to 18yrs.  Performers include the Lowell Youth Orchestra along with with UML students, faculty and special guests.

  • DEC
    02
    Contemporary Electronic Ensemble Concert
    4:00 PM

    The Contemporary Electronic Ensemble, led by Ramon Castillo, features electronic instruments created by students in the ensemble.