School of Music and Dance

The combined UO Symphony Orchestra and Eugene Symphony will the largest ever a the Hult Center
October 27

Special deal for big symphony concert is music to Ducks' ears

Students can attend for $10 by showing a valid UO ID card when buying tickets, and UO faculty and staff can get a 10 percent discount.
Vox Resonat
October 16

Vox Resonat marks Day of the Dead at Hope Abbey Mausoleum

The small ensemble of vocal soloists will sing Monteverdi’s “Lagrime d’Amante,” a lament on the death of a  singer who died at age 18.
September 24

Montrose Trio to launch this year's Beall Hall chamber music series

A partnership between the Oregon Bach Festival and the School of Music and Dance, the series kicks off Sunday, Oct. 4.
UO grad Sean Jacob Turner (left, with his father, John) sumitted Kilimanjaro, where he played 'Mighty Oregon' on a tuba
September 3

Mountain-climbing UO grad takes the tuba to new heights

Sean Jacob Turner, with both bachelor's and master's degrees from the UO, packed a tuba to the top of Kilimanjaro and played 'Mighty Oregon.'
UO professor of piano Alexandre Dossin
August 14

Bernstein piano works performed by UO's Dossin continue to earn praise

Alexandre Dossin's 'Thirteen Anniversaries' highlights short works Leonard Bernstein wrote to celebrate friends, family and colleagues.
Oregon Bach Festival
June 25

Oregon Bach Festival branches out but doesn't forget its roots

The festival's 46th season kicks off June 25 with a performance of Haydn's 'The Creation' at Eugene's Hult Center.
Burt Bacharach visits UO
June 5

Burt Bacharach talks songwriting with UO music students, faculty

The famed composer, who's son is a UO journalism student, spent a day talking songwriting with students and faculty.
Andrew and Phyllis Berwick
June 3

Oregon Bach Festival will get a new campus home thanks to Berwick gift

Phyllis and Andrew Berwick add to their philanthropy with the lead gift for a new festival headquarters and rehearsal space.
UO doctoral student Nattapol Tantikarn
May 27

UO graduate student chosen for Leeds International Piano Competition

Nattapol Tantikarn will compete in one of the world's most prestigious piano competitions, with a $20,000 prize.
Trotter Visiting Professor Susan McClary
May 18

Visiting professor Susan McClary to speak about biblical story of Salome

Author and music professor Susan McClary will visit the UO May 22 to deliver a talk about the different portrayals of the biblical story of Salome.