Adrienne WileyPrelude: Music for Piano, One Hand
Currently Professor of Music at Central Michigan University where she teaches and administers the piano pedagogy program at the bachelors and masters degree levels, and teaches applied and class piano.
Alexandra Mascolo-DavidFantasia Brasileiras
Portuguese pianist has performed and led workshops and master classes in Europe, Asia, and the Americas. She has given solo recitals in Brazil, China, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Poland, Spain, and in the United States more...mascolodavid.com
Alyson Cambridge / Lydia Brown
Alyson Cambridge/Lydia BrownFrom the Diary of Sally Hemings
American soprano has been hailed by critics as "radant, vocally assured, dramatically subtle and compelling, and artistically imaginative" (Washington Post) more...
The Capitol Quartet is widely considered among the most exciting chamber ensembles performing today. Comprised of saxophonists who are teaching faculty at outstanding music schools more...
Christin-Marie Hill & Andrew Altenbach
Christin-Marie HillSongs of William Grant Still
Praised as a “powerful, warm-hued mezzo-soprano” by the New York Times and “majestic in voice and appearance” by the Boston Globe, the young American mezzo-soprano Christin-Marie Hill is captivating audiences and critics alike with her thrilling performances. more...
Andrew AltenbachSongs of William Grant Still
Andrew Altenbach continues to garner attention as a musical leader of his generation. In addition to his work at The Boston Conservatory, Altenbach is Artistic Director of the Minnesota Bach Ensemble, a professional chamber orchestra comprised of players from the Minnesota Orchestra. Altenbach recently returned from guest conducting with the Lakes Area Music Festival (Brainerd, MN) for opera and symphonic programs.
CMU Faculty Jazz Ensemble
CMU Faculty Jazz EnsembleCaught in the Act & Conspiracy Theory
Consisting of Edward Fedewa, Jeffrey Kressler, Robert Lindahl, John Nichol, Rob Smith, and Andrew Spencer more...
Crescent DuoWoodwind Echoes
Founded in 1985, can be heard on White Pine Music and Centaur Records. Members include Joanna White, flute; Kennen White, clarinet more...
Established in 2005, the Creviston-Fader Duo is committed to expanding the repertoire for saxophone and electric guitar. more...
Elena UriosteElena Urioste
recently selected as a BBC New Generation Artist and featured on the cover of Symphony magazine, has been hailed by critics and audiences alike for her lush tone more...
Eric Hoy Tucker
Eric Hoy TuckerSouthern Salute: Southern Songs & Spirituals
Basso-cantante, received his musical education from The Florida State University, The University of Illinois, and The Ohio State University. more...
Gabriel Cabezas / Juan-Miguel Hernandez
Gabriel CabezasMoyugba Orisha
“An intense player who connects to music naturally, without artifice, and brings a singing line to the cello” (The Oregonian) more...
Juan-Miguel HernandezMoyugba Orisha
Defined by the critics as "…tender, lyrical, loaded with personality" (Atlanta Journal Constitution, Pierre Ruhe) more...
Great Lakes Art Music Ensemble
Great Lakes Art Music EnsembleLatin Dance Project
Scott Harding teaches in the core theory/aural skills area, coordinating the ear-training curriculum and working privately with composition majors. He also teaches jazz history more...
Harlem QuartetTake the 'A' Train
Advances diversity in classical music while engaging new audiences with varied repertoire that includes works by minority composers. more...
Joan Morris & William Bolcom
Joan Morris & William Bolcom
Traversing Broadway, vaudeville and music hall, performing music from the ragtime era to the end of the 20th century, the duo of William Bolcom and Joan Morris have delighted audiences across the United States and around the world since 1973.
At the piano, composer and raconteur William Bolcom charms the audience with his engaging patter. One of the driving forces behind the ragtime revival that began in the 1970s, he is also the composer of the poignant “Graceful Ghost Rag.” As an accompanist, his lively and harmonically rich touch is impeccably tuned to every nuance of Joan Morris’s voice.
Chanteuse Joan Morris brings out a veritable cast of characters to sing each of her songs — from a curious little kid (“Love in the Thirties”) to a world-weary lover (“Toothbrush Time”) to an unforgettable dowager waging battle at the Ladies Club with her recipe for “Lime Jello Marshmallow Cottage Cheese Surprise.” According to the Chicago Tribune, “She projects not just a song, but the character singing it, and gives that character her own irresistibly funny and winning personality.” more...
Neil MuellerCall & Response
Assistant Professor of Trumpet at Central Michigan University, has enjoyed a varied career as a performing musician and music educator. more...
Powers QuintetGems For Woodwind Quintet
CMU music faculty members Joanna Cowan White, Flute; Lindabeth Bikley, Oboe; Kennen White, Clarinet; MaryBeth Minnis, Bassoon; Bruce Bonnell, Horn; perform more...
Sphinx VirtuosiLive in Concert
Led by the Catalyst Quartet, is one of the nation's most dynamic professional chamber orchestras. more...
Steven EglerThe Organ Music of Gerald Near
Professor of Organ, holds the Bachelor of Music, Master of Music, and Doctor of Musical Arts Degrees in Organ Performance from The University of Michigan, where he
The Arcos Trio
The Arcos Trio
Big Sky: Chamber Music of American Women Composers
Members of the Arcos Trio have pursued a mission to present an expanded canon of standard piano trio repertoire.
Wheatland Music Festival
Wheatland Music FestivalAt This Stage…Wheatland Music Festival
The mission of the Wheatland Music Organization is to serve as a regional resource center for the preservation and presentation of traditional music and arts. more...