Interested in majoring in Music? Come check out UMass Lowell! Spend the day going to classes, meeting faculty and students, and attending a special concert featuring music majors. See for yourself what Music at UMass Lowell can offer you!
Mark your calendars and stay tuned for more details and a link to register for this event.
Community BSO 101: Listening Up Close
BSO comes to Lowell! As part of their free Adult Education Series, "Classics Revisited, Beethoven," Boston Symphony Orchestra lecturer/annotator Marc Mandel and BSO Cellist, Owen Young discuss the music of Beethoven.
Sunday, February 7 in Durgin Hall's Fisher Recital Hall.
Howard Levy, October 26-27, 2013
The UMass Lowell Music Department was proud to host multiple Grammy award winning pianist/composer/harmonica player Howard Levy for three days of workshops and a special concert.
Mr. Levy is a founding member of the Flecktones and has played on over 250 albums and numerous movie soundtracks. The workshops entitled, "A World of Possibilities: Patterns in Music and Improvisation," were open to the public and free of charge.
Jordan Rudess, February 21, 2013
Durgin Concert Hall
Renowned keyboardist for Dream Theater and experimental musician Jordan Rudess came to UMass Lowell to present a concert to benefit the Music Department’s Scholarship Fund.
Howard Levy & Chris Siebold
Harmonica, keyboard, guitar & percussion - November 2012
Howard Levy won the Grammy for Best Instrumental Composition in 2012 with Bela Fleck for their co-written Life in Eleven. Chris Seibold is a multifaceted musician and educator who plays in many styles and with many different ensembles in the Chicago area. He has been playing guitar, mandolin and percussion with Howard for many years.
Billy Joel graced the UMass Lowell campus with a concert and Q&A. See full story.