Thalea String Quartet Awarded Graduate Fellowship
Graduate string quartet plans to ‘explore the role of chamber music in the new and shifting landscape of the performing arts.’
Find the latest news and information about the School of Music including student experiences, faculty research and alumni updates.
Miller plans to create ‘new opportunities for inclusion, diversity, equity and access.’
School of Music opera singers virtually perform Leonard Bernstein’s “Make Our Garden Grow” from "Candide."
An online celebration featuring remarks from our director and a personal message to each graduate.
The UMD Symphony Orchestra performs a selection of "Jupiter" from Holst's "The Planets."
Professor Emeritus leaves a lasting legacy after 25 years at UMD.
Back at home, singer performs weekly for passerby.
William Robin, assistant professor of musicology, has his article published in The New York Times.
The School of Music in the Washington Post.
Join Glenda Goodman on September 14 at 4PM in Leah M. Smith Hall for a lecture titled, "Promiscuous Protest Songs: Radicalism and Repression in the Revolutionary Age."
The College of Arts and Humanities welcomes the new faculty cohort to UMD.
Seven out of the twelve UMD students awarded 2018 Critical Language Scholarships are ARHU students.
From traditional to contemporary, explore the performing arts at Maryland.
Shared from the Fearless Ideas Campaign Newsletter, written by Chris Carroll.
A new report on intergenerational programs calls for shared spaces to help combat isolation among the elderly.
Stay tuned for continuous updates on the ARHU Fulbright awardees.
The gift will support the newly-established Scholarships for Inclusive Excellence Fund.
Meet the new director of the Mighty Sound of Maryland.
The Omer Quartet raised more than $400 for the pantry by bringing Music for Food to UMD.